A few weeks back, our Janet took some heat for the $200 jeans she blogged about. Somebody called Woof said this: "Use the money you save to buy a homeless person a sandwich every day for 2 months straight." Well, we tended to agree and have found the perfect thing to buy with those dollars. On May 5, Miriam's Kitchen, the organization that provides breakfast and other services to D.C.'s homeless people, will host its annual benefit. "100 Bowls of Compassion" will take place in the World Bank Atrium from 6-9:30 p.m. Included in the $225 per person ticket: Delicious food, live music, live and silent auctions and an open bar. For tickets, call 202-452-8926. Woof. -- Alexa
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