Amoeba Charity Auction with Kurt Braunohler benefitting LACBC

Amoeba welcomes back comedian, raconteur and jet-ski marathoner KURT BRAUNOHLER as he hosts the April Auction! All proceeds from the auction will go to fund LACBC’s Kids Ride and Activities at the L.A. River Ride – happening Sunday, June 28th at the Autry Center in Griffith Park. Get ready to bid on concert tickets to see Interpol, Belle & Sebastian, Panda Bear + more; gift certificates to The Arclight, Trader Joe’s, Umami, Urban Outfitters + more; passes to the 13th Annual Indian Film Festival; custom “Amoeba” Converse high tops; plus autographed items, collectables and more! To get ready for this auction, let’s all watch this clip of how Kurt bikes a river. More info.

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