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College walk isn’t the only thing that’s lit (decorations-wise). Campus fixtures and local businesses are getting into the holiday spirit, too. Bwog rounded up some of our faves.

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Shops all over our wonderful neighborhood are already preparing for the spirit of the holidays. We went around and took some pics!

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Bwog wishes you a very happy Hannukah! (Pro-tip: It’s pronounced with a throaty “h” sound, not like “ch” in chat). Right now, Chabad is celebrating with a massive menorah on Low, and Hillel is sponsoring candle-lighting in Shapiro, Carman and the Barnard Quad. Spin gimels, stuff your face with free donuts, and wash it down […]

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As soon as Thankgiving is over, it’s Christmas/Hannukah whatever wintry holiday you choose to celebrate time! With the influx of decorations and festive cheer, there’s the bitter cold, and of course, renovated ice-cream stores. Bwog brings you neighborhood minutiae courtesy of Boringside Heights… Fro-Yo next to M2M is being revamped, apparently into Hershey’s Decorations at […]

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