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Free Food: Whine and Dine at Prezbo’s

Looking for Sunday night dinner plans? PrezBo would be happy to host you at his place for a homemade dinner. “Starts at 8, goes until whenever,” he wrote in an e-mail to Bwog. “Wouldn’t want to miss the Bwog meeting. It’s just going to be comfort food mainly. Warm approachable stuff.” The president is purportedly […]

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Free Food: Winemaking Workshop in LLC

Join the staff and residents of the LLC for a winemaking workshop this evening from 5 to 7 pm in the lobby of Wallach. Grapes from local vineyards will be on hand for your stomping pleasure, and a sommelier will lead a tasting of California reds. An RA tipster promises, “there’ll be plenty left over […]

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Free Food: Cristal on the Ramps

Stop by the Lerner ramps this afternoon from 1 to 3 pm for Occupy CU’s champagne study break. It’s all part of a new strategy, Bwog was told, to broaden membership and boost participation by making Occupy events as similar to I-banking recruitment dinners as possible. “Whatever works, amiright?” theorized an organizer in a tip […]

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