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Guide to Another Gloriously Unproductive Weekend

If the only outing you’ve had this week is to pit stop at Pink Berry on your way to Riverside, it’s time to get your act in gear.  As always, you can count on Bwog’s compadres at Inside New York for help.

Forget the cute floral mini.  Indulge freely at “Cupcake Camp.”

Free adorably iced cakes and open bar if you just pretend you’re there for the book signing. Register here, and email  cupcakecampnyc@gmail.com for an official baker registration form if you plan on playing potluck and bringing your own delights. 21+

WHEN: Friday, April 9th @ 7pm

WHERE: Happy Ending, 302 Broome St (between Eldridge and Forsyth Sts)

PRICE: FREE

“Letters by J.D. Salinger.” Buzz kill.

The Morgan Library is presenting 10 letters by the recently deceased J.D. Salinger to unveil “a period of Salinger’s life that has remained obscure and …the daily habits and thoughts of this legendary author.”  The perfect guise for productivity.

WHERE: The Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Avenue

WHEN: Thurs, April 7th @ 10:30am–5pm; Fri 10:30am–9pm; Sat 10am–6pm; Sun 11am–6pm

PRICE: $8/students, $12/adults

Moonlight Sonata via your Mountain Bike

Snatch a bike and trek it down to Grand Army Plaza for a romantic “moonlit” ride around Prospect Park.  Visit weather.com before making the commitment to the F train.

WHERE: Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

WHEN: Sat @ 9pm

PRICE: FREE

Dumpster Tequila Musical Improv – Whatever, it’s free.

Improv comedy group, Dumpster Tequila, perverts professional Musical Theatre by improvising the entire piece. Guest groups The Makeouts and Dog Court – strange repositories of Columbia alums and students- will also be there to join in on the festivities and awkwardly reminisce about their time on the quad.

WHERE: The Creek @ 10-93 Jackson Ave. Long Island City  (take the 7 to Vernon-Jackson or the G to 21st)

WHEN: Sat, April 10 @ 10pm

PRICE: FREE

Dinner plans?

COLUMBIA CORNER: Smoke Jazz and Supper Club

CHINATOWN: Nyonya

LOWER EAST SIDE: DBGB

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  • somehow says:

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  • stfu says:

    @stfu fathater

  • this is the kind of shit says:

    @this is the kind of shit that feeds eating disorders:
    ‘Forget the cute floral mini. Indulge freely at “Cupcake Camp.”’

    You can have the cute floral mini and the fucking cupcakes. It’s not “indulging.”

    1. ... says:

      @... dude, chill out. i know its cool to be an angry columbia student, but seriously?

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