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Bwog spotted many new and slightly wondrous things this week… New and fruity sandwiches at JJ’s. New and fruity Westside samples! Almond butter with mixed berries and creamy strawberry dip. Rickshaw Dumpling truck at 116th St and Broadway. This mysterious new ‘Fast Food’ truck. Uni café actually open. Vandalism. What IS up with 2014?? Dosa […]

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Today, the Dosa Wars begin again. This afternoon, two Dosa Carts– VegeNation and the original Dosa cart (without a catchy name)– stood about 25 feet apart on 115th and Broadway. VegeNation has been here since July, but before that, there was the other Dosa truck that mysteriously disappeared one day last March. The original Dosa […]

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Bwog was taking its early evening constitutional (not to be confused with our Wednesday afternoon constitutional), enjoying our watermelon parfait weird plastic whatever from Pinkberry (1/2 off watermelon yogurt, 5-7 everyday!) when we noticed something. It was a mini-truck where the dosa cart used to be. Then we discovered: it was the dosa cart, made […]

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Amir’s has adjusted to the times; it got a makeover over the weekend and became Maoz. There’s a new green sign, the mirrors are green, the walls and ceilings are green, and there are also some yellow-and-white striped booths, but nevermind those. The falafel also got a little cheaper (from $4.75 for a sandwich to […]

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The CU Organization of Pakistani Students in collabo with the NYU Pakistani Students Assocation present Hangama, the self-proclaimed “Mock Wedding of the Year,” which will take place today on Low Plaza from 3-5. Alongside the mock wedding and performances from CU Bhangra, CU Raas, Taal, Dhoom and OPS, there will be $7 chicken and rice […]

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As the chicken-and-rice connoisseurs among us are sure to have noticed, the Hooda dudes are expanding in a major way. First came a spiffy new cart, and now they’re holding new real estate–they’ve taken over the northeast corner of 114th and Broadway with a second cart. When asked for comment, the proprietor would only say […]

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Welcome to Cart Chronicles. Bwog can’t keep track of all the dosa/falafel/street meat carts in a five-block radius of the Gates, and we’re guessing you can’t either. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be giving you a comprehensive tour of the world of Morningside carts. First, we bring you a breaking news update on the […]

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