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Chinatown on Parade

Bwog cultural correspondent Mariela Quintana heads to Chinatown for the Chinese New Year Parade. Standing on the corner of Bayard and Mott yesterday afternoon, I could see Chinese and American flags flapped in the air.  Red and gold banners hung overhead.  Knots of people snaked through narrow streets.  Parents perched their kids precariously on their […]

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The Sun Also Sets

What better season than Chinese New Year season to reflect on everything that is totally and completely over? Bwog staff and friends assembled a list of has-beens last night.  Our hearts break for everything below. – Facebook pokes – 1968 – Rasterbation – Anna Nicole Smith and her baby’s daddy – the phrase “I feel […]

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