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It’s baaaacckkkkk.  Well actually, you’re back–the Greenmarket’s been holding down the fort while you were out.  The Columbia Greenmarket is on Broadway between 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday.  Here are this week’s highlights: Lavender By The Bay is back, get something that smells nice! Thanks to the weather and season, there’s tons of delicious […]

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It’s market time again! Go improve your quality of life during the dark days of finals studying with some delicious market goods. The Columbia market is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and as always, accepts credit, debit, and EBT. On Sundays ONLY, the market collects food scraps for compost from 8am to 1pm, and […]

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The Columbia Greenmarket is positively abuzz with activity this week. You’re going to want to drop by the information station to meet new market manager, Kelly Faust. Bwog will definitely be there, trying to make a good impression. As always debit, credit and EBT are accepted, so go check out these new arrivals: A garlic/ […]

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Well, it’s that time of week again — time to stock up your cupboards with delicious locally-farmed food. The Columbia market is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and as always, accepts credit, debit, and EBT. Thanksgiving week schedule change – The market will be open Sunday, November 18 and Tuesday, November 20. The market […]

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Greetings produce enthusiasts. Although the weather has been horrific lately, and it’s understandable if you don’t want to leave your room ever again, you still do need to eat your greens. So, here’s your market news for this week: There will be NO FOOD SCRAPS COLLECTION this Sunday. You can, however, take your scraps to […]

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It appears that most of our favorite farms made it through Sandy unscathed. The Columbia Greenmarket is up and running as usual today. As always, check it out on Broadway between 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday. The market accepts credit, debit, and EBT. The market is open as usual! Sunny skies via Wikimedia […]

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Come support the local farmers and eat delicious food! The Columbia market is open year-round on Sundays and Thursdays and as always, accepts credit, debit, and EBT. Here’s some additional information on this week’s farmer’s market bonanza: On Sunday you can stop by to drop your food scraps (for compost) and textiles (for recycling). Hooray […]

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For Bwog, the arrival of fall means only one thing: time for hot apple cider. This week, the ladies of 2Girls1Snack apply their passion for steaming things in cups to review our local cider options. Joe Some things at Joe are worth the 20-minute line—the coffee, the cupcakes, the inexplicably large number of well-dressed Europeans. […]

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In addition to today’s Columbia Greenmarket, tonight our neighborhood will receive the prestigious honor of playing host to NYC’s first nighttime farmer’s market. Check out the Harlem Pop-Up Greenmarket, 4 – 9 p.m. at W. 117th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. It looks extremely tasty.  Attending Greenmarket Producers: King Ferry Winery – Wine by the glass […]

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Get yer locally grown organics on at the Columbia Greenmarket.  On Broadway between 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday.  As always, here are ze highlights: On Sundays the market collects food scraps for compost from 8 am to 1 pm and textiles for recycling frim 8 am to 3 pm Thursdays, ongoing: volunteers needed!  […]

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Upperclassmen rejoice: it’s your first Columbia Greenmarket of the year!  (No, stumbling past the tents in a hungover daze on Sunday after your first night back doesn’t count.)  The market is here every Thursday and Sunday on Broadway between 114th and 116th.  Bwog has your highlights: On Sundays, the market collects food scraps for compost […]

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Wondering what all those tents on Broadway between 114th and 116th are?  Wonder no more: it’s the Columbia Greenmarket!  Every Thursday and Sunday the market is here with tons of fresh goodies to augment your, ah, nutritious and filling John Jay/Ferris/Koronets diet.  Each Thursday, Bwog has the highlights: It’s nearly September, meaning TONS OF DELICIOUS […]

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Still haven’t stopped by the greenmarket this year?! What are you thinking!??!  Just 3 weeks before you’ve missed your chance, SENIORS.  As always, the highlights: Welcome back Hodgson Farms today by checking out their plants, flowers, and more BIG EXCITING NEWS: Stop by Mark’s stand this Sunday to order an Tundra Brewery KEG in time […]

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Every Thursday and Sunday from 114th to 116th on Broadway, the Columbia greenmarket comes ’round to provide a bit of stability to your hectic city life.  Likewise, every Thursday we’re here to give you the highlights: Today Lani’s Farm will have bunches of asparagus.  Get to the market early for this first spring treat! This […]

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Every Thursday and Sunday the Columbia Greenmarket serves as a staple of stability, holding camp on Broadway between 114th and 116th.  As always, we bring you the highlights: Ah, spring, when cute baby animals are born and eggs are created.  And how good would that egg taste for your breakfast!  Hens have begun laying, so […]

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