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Benefit for Clint Ewing


Santa Barbara motorcyclist Clint Ewing continues to recover from injuries sustained while attempting to break the world record for riding through a tunnel of fire during the annual biker rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, earlier this month. After making it about halfway through the tunnel, Ewing crashed through the side, suffering extreme third-degree burns to his hands, which have required surgery at a burn clinic in Los Angeles. There is a $10 benefit for Ewing tonight, August 22, 8 p.m., at O’Malley’s Bar on State Street, featuring music from Preachers & Pornstars, Sister Ook, Rocket 68, and more.

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