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Mustachicuffs

For a while it seemed the mustache was out of fashion—either a throwback to antiquated peacocking or ‘70s-era porn stars. Thankfully, the art of the ‘stache is back and enjoying a resurgence thanks to organizations like the Alamo Beard Club. On Saturday, the bearded brethren celebrate the upper lip strip with their third annual mustache competition. Categories include Natural, Styled, Sprint, Ugliest, and Ladies Creative. Yoshimoto provides the soundtrack and comedian Bryan Powell hosts, with all proceeds benefiting the San Antonio Food Bank.

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  • The Hangar

    8203 Broadway St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 818-7699; (210) (FAX)

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