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Wednesday, Jan. 14: Guzzling for Gorillas

Doyle's Public House

Drink beer and help gorillas at Doyle's Public House Jan. 14.

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In the late '80s, only 248 mountain gorillas remained in the wild, no thanks to civil wars, dangerous diseases, poaching and the devastating consequences of increased habitat loss. And although the number of gorillas living in the wild has now risen to more than double thanks to the efforts of such groups as the Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund, the situation is still tenuous. Disease remains rampant, and logging and land development continue at an alarming rate. Clearly, there's only one thing to do: drink beer. Tacoma's Drinking for Conversation folks present "Guzzling for Gorillas," where 50 cents of every draft beer sold at Doyle's Public House will be donated to the MGCF. If you enjoyed Drinking for Lynx last month at the ParkWay, you'll certainly enjoy guzzling beers. Who's wearing a gorilla suit that night?

GUZZLING FOR GORILLAS, 5 p.m. to close, Doyle's Public House, 208 St. Helens Ave., Tacoma, no cover but donations encouraged,

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