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116th and Amsterdam may never have seen this many farm animals since, well, there were farms here. Throw in picnic food, facepainting, raffles, toy and clothes sales, and one giant inflatable firetruck, and you might just forget about that 20-page paper due on Monday. Sorry for reminding you. More photos after the jump.

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Overheard near Hamilton: A young girl, and a grown man with a dog. Man with dog: Hey, how are you? Girl: I’m good, how are you? Man: Fine. Girl: What’s your dog’s name? Man: Chloe. Girl: Hey, Chloe! [girl pets dog] Man: Say hi, Chloe. [dog is quiet] Come on Chloe! Say hi! [Dog does […]

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Bwog Correspondent Jim Williams reports: An unfortunate typo (or, rather, what I hope was a typo) in today’s Spec article about the Center for Broken Thought’s inaugural event claims that the movement is “inspired by thinkers like Nietzsche, Bataille, Artaud, and Shamu.” Yes, Shamu. The whale from Free Willy. Had the mistake been caught and […]

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The Falconer!

This weekend the Bwog’s John Shekitka interviewed Peter Capainolo, a curator of ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History and a licensed falconer. That’s right, he’s a licensed falconer! How did you first become interested in falconry? I grew up in eastern Long Island, which at the time had all oak forests and farms. […]

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What with the cockroaches, and mice, and bedbugs, Columbia seems to have a real pest control problem. Luckily, Housing is taking care of those sea critters in Hartley the best way they know how. Oil spill! Picture and tip courtesy Mark Holden

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Overheard in the Carman elevator: “You can’t fight a tiger and win.”

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Free Babies!

Cindy Horowitz, didn’t anyone ever tell you you can’t keep pets in dorms? Still, the Bwog is a big fan of baby animals so we’ll direct our readers to your Craigslist ad. Someone needs to adopt the hamlettes. Full text of ad after the jump.

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Sad Puppies

Last Weekend B&W staffers Lydia Ross and Brendan Ballou talked with Mimi Vang Doren, the pre-eminent pet portraitist of the East Village. Ms. Vang Doren has traveled around the world as a pet portraitist—here she talks about her inspirations, her clientele, and the fall of the New York art scene. What are your influences? Every […]

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We can’t make this stuff up. A number of SIPA groups are collaborating to present “the very first public tasting in the US of Kyrgyzstan’s favorite drink.” Today. 6-9 p.m. 6th floor Student Lounge, IAB. Be there. “Kyrgyz favorite drink kymyz is made from horse milk which is poured into a special leather bag – […]

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Sign on a lamppost at the corner of Broadway and 115th:   Could this be the same Tyrannosaurus Rex that was “found” in our December issue? If so, was he lost…and found again? We have emailed a certain Jason Ruff with questions, and will keep you abreast of any developments.

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Spotted in the Butler 4th Floor Reading Room:  

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Normally the Bwog isn’t one for TV watching, much preferring online trash talking, but we might make an exception tonight. At 8 and 11 the Discovery Channel (channel 28 on campus) is screening Werner Herzog’s 2005 documentary Grizzly Man with repeats at the same times tomorrow. An impressive number of critics agree this is one […]

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Girl to Boy: “Craigslist? What’s that, a monster?” No, but the internet can be a scary place.

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