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Now that you’ve (hopefully) emerged from the Deathly Hallows, here are our picks of the week to keep you entertained, courtesy of Bwog scheduler Stephanie Quan. IT IS RESTAURANT WEEK!!!! Monday, July 23rd * Boyz II Men – does anybody remember On Bended Knee? and I’ll Make Love to You?  Wingate Field, 7:30pm * Lawn […]

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Bwog scheduler Stephanie Quan is back with your agenda for the week. As usual, * denotes free. Monday, July 16th The Decemberists, Grizzly Bear, Land of Talk – Green screen challenge anyone? This Central Park Summerstage concert is not free. However, it is free to sit outside the concert area and listen while picnicking. Central […]

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Summer is slipping by much too fast. Stephanie Quan continues to give you a list of things to make your time pass even faster. UPDATED 3:55 PM EST Monday, July 9 *MC Hammer, Doug E. Fresh, Slick Rick, MC Lyte- So close, you can touch him. Do dododo da dum da dum. Wingate Field, 7:30pm   *Wait […]

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Stephanie Quan sets your agenda with the best of New York City.  This is Monday stuff, the rest of the week will come sometime today.  NOW UPDATED! Monday, July 2nd * Paper Moon- free movie at Bryant Park. part of the HBO movie fest. this 1973 classic involves acting father daughter pair Ryan and Tatum […]

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