Bwogger Andrew Chee is live on the scene in Futter Field, where extreme wind speeds are dismantling the Big Sub. Details of this story may change as it develops.
Bwogger Chloe Gong attended Women in Podcasting, the second of the three-part series, The Podcasting Revolution, happening at Barnard.
Staff Writer Victoria Borlando reports on a speech delivered by the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education.
Intrepid bwoggers and swing enthusiasts Josh Tate and Sam Losee venture out into the wilderness dodging a sea of hyperactive children, shady raccoons, and Columbia students totally not doing anything suspicious in the park with
After attending a panel discussion, Staff Writers Solomia Dzhaman and Victoria Borlando created a guide to the developments of the recent impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
For the first-years who don’t know, Cannon’s was a Columbia bar at 108th and Broadway. While the business hadn’t actually been called Cannon’s since 2004 (it turned into O’Connell’s, and then into Tara Hill), the venerated bar was a well-attended watering hole since the 1930’s. Last June, Cannon’s announced that it would be shutting its […]
If your goal is to actually get into 1020 (sorry, anonymous Bwog staffer, “1,020” is never gonna happen), The Line is pretty indefensible. The only thing worse than freezing one’s ass off on a cold November night is counting the drunk people walking out the door, hoping there’s finally enough room for you and your […]
We hear Campo has been a real shitshow (always the fresh-person word of choice to describe anything) the last few nights. Explore your other options, limited as they may be, with bar trading cards, originally posted in last year’s Orientation Blue & White. Have fun post-gaming your Intrepid party! Illustrations by Stephen Davan. Click to […]
Morningside has food niches vacated and sort-of filled every few years. AmCaf, beloved steak sandwich locale in the early aughts, became a fancy tapas bar that no one you know eats at. The fabled West End became mediocre Havana Central, a shadow of its former Kerouac-hosting, drunk-makeout-and-beer-pong-haven self. You could get full and drunk for […]
Don’t be late–check your appointment time! The Core, topical? Leymah Gbowee champions the positively Lysistrata-esque sex strike and more to fight for justice and women’s rights in the Congo and beyond. (The Daily Beast) New York is now the eighth-most bike-friendly city in the country. Not so, cry the Williamsburg Hasids! (New York Post) Today […]
Ding Dong Lounge, the dive bar on Columbus, appears to have ceased operations sometime during winter break. Worried friends and loved ones had mentioned in passing that the bar seemed to have new, reduced hours, but an endlessly ringing phone and those shuttered doors suggest a far grimmer fate. We salute you, Ding Dong: you […]
Dry your tears, you downtrodden Dionysians: it seems that La Negrita may not be closing, after all. In a message sent to members of La Negrita’s Facebook group, bar manager Jared Cardon says the bar “got it’s [sic] 11th hour reprieve and will stay open.” Details are few, but the a new “Partner/Manager” named Eric […]
A newish bar on the Upper West Side (alas, two blocks short of being in Morningside) has a novel concept, reports The Feedbag. Show a receipt for your cab ride there and they’ll pay for your ride– in the form of a bar tab! Now, finally there’s a reason to take a cab home after […]
Welcome back to the Best of series in which Bwog analyzes the best in a category of chosen food product! There are few things that are as much fun and as thirst-quenching as a margarita. And after a weekend of being nice to your parents or studying for midterms, there are few things as much […]
Remember American hero and proud Business School alum (’97) Roy Den Hollander? The self-described antifeminist who sued Columbia for failing to offer a “men’s studies” course? Whatever, anyway, he’s back! And he’s suing mad, specifically about ladies’ nights at bars because what else? This month, Hollander is arguing that when nightclubs offer all the ladies […]
This past weekend, Inside New York threw a party to celebrate the release of its 2008-2009 edition. The party took place inside the new Village Pourhouse, the uptown counterpart to the popular original location, which caters to the villianous downtown adversaries of New York University. Bwog took along our camera and a notepad. What we’re […]
You know what we haven’t thought about in awhile? Mona. The bar. It closed last year after a crackdown or some such and then everyone headed to 1020 and pretty much forgot the whole thing. Anyway, Spec reported last year that it will be replaced by Pourhouse, a downtown beer and sports bar that caters […]
Gawker is linking to Vanity Fair‘s just released “All Access Summer Guide,” which features the city’s best beaches, bars, restaurants, and pools. Second on VF‘s list of the Best Bars for Drinking Under the Stars? None other than everyone’s favorite backup for when 1020 is just too crowded, the Heights. “Columbia students drink their cares […]
May 5th marks the last day of classes and our favorite Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo. Read on to for Bwog’s suggestion on how to celebrate the day. Don’t let the reference to Steinbeck fool you, Tortilla Flats is more Mexican cliche than Mexican culture. The menu offers a smattering of inventive, if at times […]
If you’re in search of a new Saturday night clubhouse for you and your crew – look no further, the Corner Bistro is just the place. Located at 331 W. 4th St in the West Village. Sometimes you want to go, Where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came. Not happening at […]