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Broadway and Hogan want you to sing your heart out at tomorrow’s Open Mic Night. Did your ex-girlfriend tell you that you don’t have a heart? You’re encouraged to come as well. The event will be held in Broadway’s 1st floor lounge from 9-11 pm, and there’s a sign-up form if you’d like to perform. […]

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It’s finals! You’re hungry. Like, prehistoric hungry. Not sure what that means? Find out at the last Live at Lerner of the semester from 12 to 2 pm in Lerner Piano Lounge. They’ve tricked the place out with—we kid you not—a mashed potato bar. You’ll be able to caveman carbo-load to your heart’s content, without facing […]

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Buon Pane and Focaccia dishes out its namesake round breads for $4 apiece every Thursday at the Columbia Greenmarket. Barbara Olson and Joseph Garcia have been supplying the Columbia community every Thursday for over a decade, and their locally sourced toppings include goat cheese, gorgonzola, Portobello mushrooms, spinach, and artichoke hearts. In this edition of […]

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