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Over the weekend, Book Culture on 114th and Broadway officially opened up, taking the place of the old Morningside Books, which closed down last summer. Besides a shiny new exterior, the bookstore holds mainly fiction and nonfiction bestsellers, an intimidating rack full of Moleskine notebooks, and pretty much anything else you’d expect from a bookstore. […]
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Dear Friends: Please join the staff of The Blue and White and the Bwog at our meeting tonight, happening at 9:30 PM in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel. New writers/artists/editors are especially welcome and encouraged to attend. We’ll be planning our upcoming issue and mapping out content for the magazine and the Bwog for […]
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Hawkmadinejad made a glorious return yesterday, shredding a pigeon in the trees near John Jay while dropping feathers and guts onto the passers-by below.   More gore after the jump!
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We at Bwog wish to express our condolences to the famiy of English professor Karl Kroeber (at right, with sister Ursula Le Guin), who passed away yesterday. Colleague and Bwog favorite prof Jenny Davidson has a remembrance of the American Indian lit scholar over on her blog, with a touching story about his kindness to […]
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Everybody’s favorite little piece of Mexico on Amsterdam is currently closed for renovation, and there is no word on when it will be back up. And that “everyone” includes two 20-something males overheard saying “We’ve been foiled again!” as they looked sadly upon the closed restaurant. Full sign after the jump.
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In this latest edition of Bwog’s profiles of friendly faces around campus, Sagacity Bureau Chief Mahrah Taufique interviews a reluctant-to-be-interviewed Pascale, the wise man of John Jay security Walk into John Jay, and if Pascale Kabore is sitting at the security desk, you will be greeted like a long-lost friend. He cracks a slow smile […]
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Take some time to look at this new Calvin Klein ad in SoHo and think, does it offend you? (Gothamist) Take some time to read today’s New York Post (founded by King’s College’s own Alexander Hamilton!) …That is, while you can, given its current rate of circulation decrease. (NYT) Firefighters took a little too much […]
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Hey, remember that proposed smoking ban? The survey for that ban was originally supposed to be e-mailed to a random sampling of students on Nov. 4, but as you probably have realized by now, nobody’s received it yet. Turns out, it’s a communication thing. CCSC VP for Policy Sarah Weiss tells Bwog the council can’t […]
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Ornithology Apprentice Eliza Shapiro insists that Hawkmadinejad has returned to campus.    We, for one, welcome the return of the talon-wielding overlord.
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Its across-Broadway cousin may get all the attention, but Famiglia’s has its defenders. Local Cheese-and-Tomatoes Correspondent Liz Naiden makes the case. Famous Famiglia’s is in a tough spot – pitiable, really. Across the street, Koronet’s catches the drunk and the indiscriminate, while other nearby restaurants often snag the sober remainders with slices that are a […]
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Deputy Price Comparison Correspondent Anish Bramhandkar found this note on Ferris Booth’s comments board:
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A few Upper East Side restaurants–including one called One Fish Two Fish (really?!)–refuse to make deliveries 15 blocks north in East Harlem. (New York Post) Though they complain when you whip out your debit card, cab drivers are actually growing to love the pay-by-card system. (New York Times) Sweet justice! A man accused of plagiarizing […]
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