Good food for a good cause: At 6:30 p.m. tonight, Restaurant 4580, the neighborhood place that Martin and Susan Hammer opened three years ago at 4580 Broadway in Boulder, will host a benefit for the Lost Girls of Sudan. CSAW supports eighteen of these refugees in Boulder, and will collect 10 percent of the cost of the Sudanese feast served tonight. The $45, three-course dinner features traditionalSudanese cuisine; to find out more, go to www.restaurant4580.com or call 303-448-1500.
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