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WBAR is giving away two passes to the annual CMJ Music Marathon! This year, the line-up totals “a hair under 900 musicians,” and the festival will going down from October 18th to the 22nd. DJs will be giving away one pass tonight between 6 pm and 8 pm during Rian Rooney and Sam Schube’s show, “Pope or No […]

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Deantini is Official

With 600 votes and over 50% of the vote, Deantini is the winning nickname for Columbia College Dean Valentini! So that Deantini can uphold his end of the bargain, we request that winning commenter (this comment!!) contact us at editors@bwog.com. Will the real nicknamer please stand up?   Relief via Examiner

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