A Fish Called Charity

You’re well acquainted with the selfish reasons to drop slivers of raw fish down your maw. The high-protein, Omega-3 fatty acid rich diet not only allows you to slip into skinny jeans without injury, it also gives your tresses a killer, luxurious sheen.

But this week (May 25-31st) at RA Sushi (11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens), it’s time to ditch the egocentric reasons in favor of altruistic ones with the annual “Nicky’s Week” for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The seven day affair honors the memory of Nicholas Joseph Mailliard, who was 13 years old when he lost his battle with brain cancer. Starting today, anytime you fill up on tootsy maki, edamame, pork gyoza, Fiji water, Red Bull, and select drinks — all proceeds from these items will go to cancer research. Call 561-340-2112, or visit www.rasushi.com.
May 25-31, 2008

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