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DIY: Pumpkin Pipe

Pumpkin carving is so passé. Bwog brings you a better way to not only enjoy your favorite autumnal herb, but also save your lungs the planet. Sate your  urges with a pumpkin pipe for your tobacco and other “herbal products.”  What you will need and where to get it: 1 small pumpkin—Greenmarket 6″ length of […]

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Midterms got you down? Are you hungry?  Or cheap? Do you want to eat something unhealthy and call it healthy because it involves an apple?  You’re in luck! Today from 5-6pm on the Lehman Walk McAC Time-Out is hosting candy apple making!  Apparently there will be multiple toppings, so really let loose over there. Image […]

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The 2nd annual Barnard Fall Festival is happening today on the Quad Lawn, from 11-1. Bwog hears rumor of free food, entertainment, and- if you donate a canned good- a raffle. Prizes include newfangled gadgets like the “iPod nano.” Dare we even hope for pumpkin carving?   Image via

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And here we were, hoping for apple cider and hayrides.   Bwog’s fine-cuisine expert Eliza Schapiro Shapiro reports that the first fried Oreo opportunity is around 112th street. Additionally, there’s an American Apparel “rummage sale” going on in front of Campo. There would be.

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Bwogger Sean Zimmermann has just sent us a picture of this seasonal birthday card, assembled from this year’s somewhat meager crop of fall foliage on the lawn outside John Jay. Happy Birthday!

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Autumn, the year’s most magical season, is finally upon us. To celebrate the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, Bwog will be suggesting different autumnal activities that are designed to increase your appreciation of the season.  About forty minutes north on the Palisades is Dr. Davies Farm, a produce stand and […]

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