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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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Another game, another long list of turnovers: Three fumbles and three interceptions, several at crucial times, doomed the Lions to another Ivy league loss, 34-14 to Harvard.  The Crimson (now 5-0 in Ivy play) sprinted out to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter, but not without help: first, Columbia (1-4 Ivy, 2-6 overall) fumbled […]
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Tired as the “poor college student” cliché may be, it’s based on some unfortunate reality. And, since heavens knows we can’t depend on the meal-plan to keep us happy, healthy, and free of scurvy, Bwog presents the smart shopper’s guide to getting stuff college students really want for cheap. Got suggestions for stores (within walking […]
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Mark Hay may not be a native New Yorker, but he’s taking steps in the right direction. Bloomberg wins New York. Sometimes it is hard to understand the city we live in. But certainly the last week, the introspection brought about by Bloomberg’s hegemony and victory, has given me the time to realize that, torn […]
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Bwog’s very own stand-up comedian theater connoisseur Dane Cook reports from the premier. This weekend’s production of Family and Other Strangers, put on by King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe, defers from the Bard for a moment to showcase the writing of Edward Albee. Pairing two of Albee’s earliest one-act plays, the show is a satirical ride […]
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Columbia students get luxury housing– a borough away. Grad students, that is. (NYT) Miller moves to the SoA, takes the Arts Initiative with it. Some are outraged, some aren’t. (Spec) Cue Lit Hum nostalgia (does that exist?) – Jane Austen would have been the coolest aunt ever. (NYT) New York wants to be like Paris; […]
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Looking for a new window onto our urban culture, Bwog’s Lexicography Bureau Chief Hannah Goldstein found herself yesterday in the Maison Française, where she was promptly encouraged to read the dictionary.  As it turns out, that was a great idea. Christian Topalov is a man of many words – three hundred of them, to be […]
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Football: Ok, so actually football’s somewhat the exception to early November being the end of fall sports; the team’s season does not finish until November 21. And if the team wants to have a chance at finishing that season with a .500 record overall, they’ll need to win big tomorrow against a Harvard team that […]
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If the New York Times had it right, the McBain first floor lounge will resound this afternoon with the threefold cry of “oh, oh, oh,” whereupon its occupiers will become “literally like wild animals, tearing apart everything on the table.” No, this is not a demonstration of what life would be like without the Core […]
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