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Two Weeks Until The Streets Ball — Get Your Tickets Today

If you haven't bought your tickets to the annual benefit for Streetsblog and Streetfilms on October 23, there's no time like the present. Come join us at The Streets Ball and support media that makes a difference. Tickets start at just $50 ($25 for students).

We'll be honoring the work of former DOT policy director Jon Orcutt and Families for Safe Streets -- heroes of the movement to reshape city streets to prioritize people, not cars. All proceeds go directly to the production of Streetsblog reporting and Streetfilms videos -- high-impact media that captures the imagination, commands the attention of public officials, galvanizes grassroots activism for livable streets, and catalyzes real policy change.

Our events team has put together a wonderful evening at the Invisible Dog, an arts space on Bergen Street right off the F/G train. We'll have food from Kickshaw Cookery, beer and wine, live music, and a silent auction with a little bit of everything.

What really makes The Streets Ball special is the crowd and the community that comes together to take stock of the year behind us and get ready for the year ahead. Join us on the 23rd and help keep Streetsblog and Streetfilms going strong.

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