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Tonight at Harvard: Aaron Naparstek Presents the Films of Clarence Eckerson

We've got a late addition to the calendar for our Boston-area readers. Streetsblog founding editor Aaron Naparstek, currently a Loeb Fellow at Harvard's Graduate School of Design, will re-unite with Clarence Eckerson tonight for an evening of Streetfilms screenings and discussion. An hour of Streetfilms will be followed by a Q&A with Clarence and Aaron led by GSD Professor of Urban Planning Michael Hooper.

I'm not sure exactly what's on Clarence's set list, but hopefully he'll follow through on the promo and screen some classics from the traffic-calming Sasquatch era.

The details, in case the graphic is giving you trouble:

Streetfilms Movie Night:Documenting the Livable Street Movement. Moving Beyond the Automobile.

Monday, September 19, 6:30 to 8:00pm.

Piper AuditoriumHarvard University Graduate School of Design48 Quincy Street, Cambridge

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