Tonight: Come Celebrate Streetfilms and Meet Veronica Moss

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Just a quick reminder: Tonight’s your chance to chat up Clarence, Elizabeth, and Robin at the first Streetfilms Spectacular. We’ll have snacks, drinks, and a Q&A with everybody’s favorite lobbyist, Veronica Moss. There’s also a rumor going around that the traffic-calming Sasquatch might make an appearance, but I make no guarantees.

Here’s where to RSVP, and here’s where to go:

148 Lafayette Street

Take the L N, Q, R, W, 6, J or M trains to Canal Street

M6 stops nearby at Broadway and Howard
Bike Valet Parking provided by Transportation Alternatives

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