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Anna sez: hooray for bike lanes! Photo via Wikimedia Commons

The UWS’s first protected bike lanes are coming to Columbus Avenue between 96th and 77th Streets. Full Metal Jacket star Michael Modine and NYT‘s Ethicist Randy Cohen are pleased.

Infamously unpleasant people doing unpleasant things: Barnard prof Georgette Fleischer is joined by Anna Wintour in a quest to keep New York City quiet.

Former Fruit Paunche prez and B&W Campus Character, Colin Drummond, CC’09, showed up in a Lowe’s commercial.

More coverage of Tuesday’s eminent domain hearing in Albany.

JSchool blog The Brooklyn Ink scoops everybody with an interview with new billionaire Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov.

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4 Comments

  • coooooooop says:

    @coooooooop yeah colin!

  • oh my god! says:

    @oh my god! i saw that commercial for the first time today and thought he was adorable and great. go columbia!

  • lack of memory says:

    @lack of memory matthew modine

  • Colin says:

    @Colin Now I know I made it. I have my own bwog tag!

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