Bodega cat we love you
This fine Monday, we want to remind you of the glory that was the weekend. We now present to you a new series: Field Notes, where we round up the
drunk late night tips we received during the weekend. Be sure to send in what you’re seeing this upcoming weekend to firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our anonymous tip form.
Last week’s Senior Night was once again held at the Village Pourhouse instead of its regular Havana Central. Revelers unanimously agreed that it was a “really weird scene.” Something about moving a few blocks and an avenue changed something. According to tipster, 1:43 am–”Just as awkward as at Havana, but somehow..;worse.”
Of course night life doesn’t just include bars. Thursday, at 12:03 am, a tipster reported that a “guy across from me in Butler just pulled out a PBR…”
Then there’s the more abstract. At 12:15 am on Friday, an anonymous tipster requested we start a new series where we “go to Greek life parties thrown to support a charity, and then ask the brothers at the party what charity they’re supporting. See how many of them actually know what it is.” It should also be noted that on Thursday night, AEPi was having a “Rave Against Cancer” at Domain.
On Friday night, Bwog editors and Bwog tech discovered that we are not good at pool. However Ding Dong Lounge was still, as always, gloriously uncrowded and filled with randos.
At 1:14 am on Saturday, a cat was found in a bodega on 107th and Amsterdam, pictured right.
More stories, the Wall of Shame, and your anonymous-tip-form story of the weekend