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Harrison Snow Benefit at Coco Palm Beach Tonight

New Times has diligently followed the progress of our little "baby metalhead" Harrison Daum Snow. Readers might remember our prenatal celebrity who struck the most rocking pose known to ultrasound? Well since his premature birth in November 1, 2010, the little son of local musician Jeff Snow and his wife Susan Snow has been battling for his life -- experiencing breathing difficulty as a result of a Diaphragmatic Hernia.

The medical costs for the Snows are surmounting. A ChipIn account has been created so people can help out online and a benefit show was held in his honor at Orlando's Redlight on April 2. Tonight is an event that gives Palm Beachers a chance to contribute.

"Sushi and Sake Happy Hour for Harrison" occurs this evening at Coco on Palm Beach Island. The elegant Japanese and Chinese restaurant hosts the charitable event where a $20 donation will grant attendees savory appetizers, succulent sushi and sake -- Passover appropriate apps will be going around as well. There will also be an additional 50 percent discount off all cocktails at the bar. There is even a Golden Egg hunt with tons of giveaways for those already in the Easter spirit. Further updates on Harrison Snow can be found here.

Sushi and Sake Happy Hour for Harrison. 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 20 at Coco Palm Beach, 290 Sunset Ave., Palm Beach. Tickets cost $20. Click here.

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Alex Rendon

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