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Hey look! It’s Bwog in the news, bringing you lovely pictures of Dante De Blasio’s college tour. Bwog might have taken some selfies too but those are personal. (NY Daily News). The man who attacked Columbia Professor Prabhjot Singh has been arrested and charged with a hate crime. The attack occurred in September. (Seattle PI). […]

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Multiple tipsters have confirmed that Mayor Bill de Blasio, his son, Dante de Blasio, and wife Chirlane McCray have been touring around Columbia University—they’ve been spotted walking to campus near Starbucks, strolling through Riverside Park, and taking a personal tour near Butler Library and the freshmen residence halls. One Columbia staff member in Hartley was […]

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A middle school football team had their awards dinner at Hooters. (USA Today) Vacation is all the De Blasio’s ever wanted. (Gothamist) The US is adding more jobs (this one’s for you, seniors). (BBC) Who gon stop Kimye, huh?  (NY Daily News) Bwog wants all of these in our mouths. (Gothamist) The simple pleasures via Shutterstock

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