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Gone with the Wind

Morningside Heights’ bipolar weather has taken a turn for the blustery today. Tipster Matt Horwitz tells us that today’s pesky wind got the better of one tent at the street fair on Broadway going on right now. Apparently, the wind blew the tent away, cruelly causing it to tear on a street sign and nearly […]

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The Very Blustery Day

Oof! It’s terrible outside today. If you’re late for your 10 a.m., take heed: do not bring an umbrella outside. The wind will eat it and it’ll turn inside out. Wear rainboots. Don’t catch a cold. And eat something, you look skinny. Are they even feeding you up there? Bwog’s Weatherman Pat Blute chimes in […]

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