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A Walsh Brothers benefit for Richard family

JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE

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The Walsh Brothers ­ ­­— ­­Dave (left) and Chris Walsh ­— who are much-loved, Boston-bred sibling comedians who moved to Los Angeles a few years ago, performed a benefit at Great Scott on Friday night for the family of Martin Richard , the 8-year-old who was killed during the Boston Marathon bombings. The guys said on their Facebook page that they raised $1,600, all of which will go to the local family. The Walsh Brothers are now making videos for Comedy Central.

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