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Tonight: Rock Out for the North Texas Food Bank

Instead of watching 30 Rock in your pajamas tonight, go rock out for a good cause. Rock 'n' Taco is hosting Rock'n Out Hunger, a night of food, fashion, and music that benefits the North Texas Food Bank. There will be drink and food specials all night, plus music from Hair Ballad All-Stars and a fashion show featuring clothes from Epic Apparel. Since it's the season of giving, bring canned food items and your old winter coats to donate to the North Texas Food Bank. The party kicks off at 9:00 p.m. and continues through last call at 2:00 a.m. Now that's our kind of party.

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