One time only! My Brother's opens on a Sunday

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Never on Sunday. That's the unofficial motto of My Brother's Bar, the classic, signless joint at 2376 15th Street, which has always been closed on Sundays.

Until now. For one Sunday, and one Sunday only, My Brother's will be open from 2-6 p.m. on September 7. But it will only be open to those who donate $50, because this special event is a fundraiser for the Ron Sigg ALS Fund. Your $50 donation gets you a Brother's Bar cheeseburger, a pint of beer or glass of wine (you can purchase additional liquor), and a chance to bid on "awesome silent auction items."

And, of course, the chance to see the interior of My Brother's on a Sunday.

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