The Food Bank Sure Gets Help From Weird Places … 

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Last week there was Hamaganza; this week there's the Cashmere Jungle Lords Festival of Lights at the Canal Club. This time St. Nick's incarnated as Jungle Santa, with Pygmy Elves. The music, far from carols, is somewhere near surf rock, around the corner from pop, spitting distance from the lascivious tunes of a burlesque show. All in all, three shots of holiday spirit Saturday, Dec. 23, at 9 p.m. Admission is $10, or $8 with a canned good for the Richmond Food Bank. 643-2582. S

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