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A little bit of sour news, Columbia. Threatening precipitation has forced the good people at Bacchanal to move their Dark Side of the Oz screening indoors.

Instead of once on the Low Steps, the movie will be screened twice, at 8 pm and 9 pm in the Lerner Cinema. Run time is about 45 minutes. According to a message from the Bacchanal people themselves, you can expect ridiculous amounts of fooood:

There will be munchies available outside of the cinema provided by FeelGood, NOM^3, 4local, CoreFoods, Green Umbrella, and more.

Come by early and enjoy gratuitous consumption before the film.

For the most up-to-date updates, check out the Facebook event.

Thanks and stay green,


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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous sour news?

    more like sour diesel amirite


    @PROVIDER OF FOOD Food is now outside on college walk – stop by on your way to Lerner!

  • NO FREE FOOD!! says:

    @NO FREE FOOD!! No free food in sight. the only thing outside of the cinema is the grilled cheese group SELLING sandwiches. where are you nom and feel good?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Yes, amazing song!

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