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The Columbia University Players are running their annual One Act Festival this weekend and one thing is for sure: I won’t be forgetting this showcase anytime soon. 

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 Photo via Wikipedia Starting in about fifteen minutes in Roone Auditorium is the Columbia Festival of Winds.  It sounds like a Zelda game, but it’s arguably more fun than that.  Seven ensembles, including the Wycliffe Gordon Quartet, will be performing until 9:30 tonight. Tickets are $15, but that comes out to a mere $1.58 per […]

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New York City is at a disadvantage  when it comes to winter sports, and the Department of Parks and Recreation (with its splendidly-named Commissioner, Adrian Benepe) is seeking to put this inadequacy to rights.  Today is Winter Jam!  Finally everyone can enjoy the 70-foot-long “Snow Flume” of which the City is otherwise deprived.  Cross-country skiing […]

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First-year correspondent Jason Kruta went to the Lower East Side yesterday to check out the 8th Annual International Pickle Day.  The New York Food Museum sponsored the Eight Annual NYC International Pickle Day bonanza in the Lower East Side. Pickles of every shape, size and type abounded, from your run of the mill Kosher Dill […]

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Bwog correspondent Sara Vogel reports that the Southeast Asian League’s Water Festival has been moved due to rain. No further comment is necessary.

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