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Bwoglines: International Intrigue Edition

Has PrezOb taken a page out of Shonda Rhimes’s playbook and murdered a United States justice, a la Scandal’s Fitz? Well, at least one person thinks so. (Black Bag) A presumably wide-eyed Arkansas tourist had his skull fractured by a mysterious ex-con; the tourist had refused to buy tickets to the Statue of Liberty from his […]

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Bwoglines: What Celebs Have Been Up To Edition

Hillary finally hit the campaign trail on Monday! Like any normal human being she got hungry and obviously wanted Chipotle (a woman after our own heart). It is reported that not a single person in the Ohio Chipotle recognized her. Bwog could probably spot Hillary from a mile away… (CNN) Paula Deen, after a run in with racism and diabetes, […]

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Suspect Arrested for 122nd Street Execution

Update, 6/25 12:00 pm: Nunez has admitted to police that he is the guy on the surveillance video, according to the Daily News. The NYPD arrested Roberto Nunez at 8 this morning on suspicion of June 7th’s triple homicide. Nunez, 30, is a convicted felon. He can be seen walking away from the blood-spattered BMW in […]

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Subway Woes Today

In case you were planning on taking the subway, keep in mind the MTA has scheduled service changes for a police investigation. Gothamist reports that the police caught 23-year-old triple murder suspect Maksim Gelman this morning at Times Square station after he stabbed a man on the 3 train’s 96th Street stop. Read on for the […]

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CUAssassins: Murder, They Wrote

When we last checked in with Columbia’s favorite hose, point, ’n’ laugh competition, the kill reports sounded like the best creative writing assignment you never turned in. This week, the killers lay on the literary as we hit notes of tragedy, romance, and Tupac. The following noir nugget wins Most Evocative for bringing together Tracer […]

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Stephen King Killed John Lennon!

Morningside is no stranger to crazy people.  Every once in a while, however, one pops up who can’t just be ignored. It’s generally accepted (or rather, Wikipedia states firmly) that crazy person Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon in 1980, leading to his death.  Stories like that are never complete without their conspiracy theorists, however. […]

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Magical Mystery Tour

(Spoiler warning: It is almost certain the comments will be full of spoilers) An “100% anonymous” tipster reported what is likely the first of several puzzles which may will appear over the next few weeks.  People who enjoyed Myst back in the day might be reminded of the game and realize this is nowhere near […]

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