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This weekend, KCST put on their very first show of the Fall, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, directed by Rachel Chung. Arts guru Madysen Luebke was in the crowd and luckily, this time, she didn’t need sneakers…or a jacket…or a flashlight.  If you came to see KCST’s production of The Complete Works of William […]

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It’s been a year since the Times started making you pay for the news. See how it’s worked out. (Capital) As we move into iced coffee season, the mystery of why it costs more turns out to be fairly elaborate. (NY Mag) Warning: may inspire crippling angst and insecurity in jobless seniors. An in-depth profile […]

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Bwog has hopped and camped in libraries, but we’ve never actually explored their contents. The Columbia libraries are a treasure trove of exciting history, so with the help of our lovely librarian friends, we’re going to highlight some hidden jewels. For our first installment of BiblioBwog, Carolyn Ruvkun talked to Jennifer Lee, Performing Arts Curator […]

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