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Bwoglines: In Which Wile E. Sees the Sights

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Our four-legged friends took a field trip to Central Park yesterday, and wound up all over the internet. (Urban Hawks)

The Royal Shakespeare Company will ply the bard’s trade during a month-long residency at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2011. (NYT)

The MTA figured out that the F train was slow, so, naturally, it will be miserably shut down in parts of Brooklyn for seven weekends this year. (Daily Intel)

New York isn’t quite as romantic as all those movies led us to believe, huh? (Gothamist)

It’ll definitely (probably/maybe/perhaps) snow tomorrow night and into Wednesday. Take that, D.C.! (Daily Intel)

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4 Comments

  • Hooah says:

    @Hooah Omg our coyotes made Drudge!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous New York City public schools are closed for tomorrow. Chances of Columbia closing?

  • So the says:

    @So the New School is closing. Are we??

  • Alum says:

    @Alum “The Royal Shakespeare Company will ply the bard’s trade during a month-long residency at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2011.”

    The residency will be sponsored by Lincoln Center, but the performances will take place at the armory on Park Avenue.

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