Society for the Advancement of Social Studies

Larissa Hayden and Anna Rasche introduce SASS at The Bedford’s back bar.

By Andrew Andrews

It’s been said that no matter what “your thing” is, you can find “your people” in New York. For every interest from the obvious (professional sports, gourmet restaurants, art museums, comedy clubs, live theater and live music) to the more obscure (urban exploration, filthy songs, cardboard robot battles and storytelling shows), you can find folks that share you passion somewhere in the five boroughs, if you look hard enough.

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Andrew Andrews attended Society for the Advancement of Social Studies at The Bedford in Brooklyn on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 @ 7:30pm to write this review.

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