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Bwog Staffer Julia Ross used her 6th and final excused absence for her Barnard Tai Chi class to attend “MeMoSa: Untethered 21 with Nona Hendryx,” and didn’t regret it for a second.

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The filming on College Walk and Broadway between 116th and 117th today is for Still Alice. According to IMDB, it’s based on a novel by the same name about a (Columbia?) professor who discovers she’s suffering from Alzheimer’s, and co-stars Kristen Stewart and Alec Baldwin. Please send your stealth pics of the celebs to tips@bwog.com […]

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Singer/musician/poet/actor/spoken word performer Saul Williams was seen perusing the street fair on Broadway between 116th and 110th earlier today. Don’t worry if the smell of grilled meats and sound of raucous children kept you away from the fair: Bwog missed him too. Williams was seen chatting and taking pictures with fans. He’s supposed to be […]

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