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Unleash Yr Inner Riot Grrrl, Lions

Do you like music and/or revolution? Sick of Psy Gangnam style? Maybe you should be listening to some riot grrrl. Today at 4:00 the Columbia University Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWAG) is putting on a free outdoor concert featuring a small handful of riot grrrl acts and students from the Willie Mae […]

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WBAR Goth Prom 1986 Tomorrow

Grab your black eyeliner and break out the lace. Tomorrow night WBAR presents Goth Prom 1986, a free concert featuring an intoxicating brew of hardcore, garage-rock, and beats by Balam Acab, Purling Hiss, Leather, and RL Grime in the Diana Event Oval from 7 to 11:30 pm. The event is open to the public, so feel free to […]

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Live at Lerner Presents: The Ambassadors (and Free Lunch)

Live at Lerner returns to the Lerner Piano Lounge at noon today with more live music and food, and, as usual, it’s all free! This week, Live at Lerner welcomes The Ambassadors, a four-piece indie band from Brooklyn that blends “tropical and pop to R&B and hip hop in a smart mix of instrumentals and […]

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Live Music Continues

If Live at Lerner is Lollapalooza, this is Coachella. In a miraculous coincidence of students coming together around genuinely cool, good music, “Ambassador of Boogie Funk” Dam-Funk is playing an in-studio session at WBAR right now. You can tune in via www.wbar.org (or stop by Sulz Basement, if you’re really enterprising) and jam out. “My voice sounds like […]

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Chillin’ with Chili

The fabulous Live at Lerner series continues this afternoon at 12 in the Piano Lounge. This week showcases the musical stylings of The Loom, who say of their sound, “we’re a rock band but it’s kind of folky,” and their latest album, “it is a simple search for joy.”  The band was deemed “The Next Big […]

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Pretty Darn Close to a Free Lunch

The season of free food (when student groups actually have time to plan and realize their events) is in full swing. Live at Lerner presents a luncheon concert, pairing heaps of foods with the croonings of Jake Snider. For the price of one swipe into Lerner, you can access these things from 12:15 – 1:15. […]

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A Very Classy Lunchtime

See a concert, fo’ free! This afternoon the Pacifica Quartet will be performing their first of six installments of the Mendelssohn Quartets. Take in Op. 12 from 12:30-1:30 PM today in the Philosophy Graduate Student Lounge. Then brag about it; Music Hum so got you into this stuff, right? 

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Lernerpalooza

Ever made your way over to Lerner’s iconic ramps for a midday break only to be inundated, upon arrival, by the wafting of piano scales?  Bwog has also encountered those mysterious etudes on a number of occasions, but today we were in for quite the surprise.  While taking time away from surveying the cracks and […]

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Free tickets to Joe’s Pub

Quick! You have exactly 34 minutes to claim one of CUarts’ 20 free tickets to Joe’s Pub to see “various players” that have “quite a bit of punk -and- jazz cred” among them, tonight. Good luck.

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