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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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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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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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Make a feast for the Chinese New Year, Superbowl, and Valentine’s Day (sorry to bring it up…) at the Greenmarket, set up every Thursday and Sunday from 114th-116-th on Broadway.  Look out for these highlights.  Xin Nián Kuài Lè! Check out the info table from 12-1 for an interactive and delivious Chinese hot pot cooking demo […]

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Relearn how to properly feed yourself by checking out the Greenmarket’s fresh fruit and produce Thursdays and Sundays on Broadway between 114th and 116th. As always, Bwog brings you the highlights. Stop by the info station and flash your CUID for a free, reusable shopping bag Turnips, rutabaga, and carrots fit for hummus-dipping can be […]

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Crawl out of your study grotto and grab some grub at the Greenmarket, slinging fresh produce on Broadway beteween 114th and 116th every Thursday and Sunday. As per tradition, Bwog brings you the weekly highlights. King Ferry Winery will now attend both Thursdays and Sundays each week. This Thursday, Lani’s will be selling no-spray greens […]

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Broadway between 114th and 116th (in front of Lerner) is the place to be today if you have yet to stock up on fridge fodder. If you want to stave off the freshman (or sophomore… or junior) 15, and you kinda dig supporting local farmers, then Columbia Greenmarket is your best bet every Thursday and […]

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Now that it’s finally warm outside, we’re going to skip the intro that we usually include to coerce you into leaving the haven that is your Furnald single and heading over to the Greenmarket. Today’s lineup: Cut flowers and fragrant lavender, available both Sunday and Thursday for the next three weeks (filed under: a nice […]

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Weather.com, the sometimes scrooge of the internet, has lied to us before (read: yesterday). But since it’s only early-afternoon, we’re willing to invest some hope in its mostly sunny, high 50s prediction. In which case, you should grab your throwback Chewbacchanal sunglasses and stop by the Greenmarket, which promises a “nice full market.” The market will […]

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Rise and… shine? Nah, that would be too much to ask. Just rise and shuffle over to class. But afterward, when you’ve been awake for an appropriate amount of time to “shine,” consider doing so at the Greenmarket. The lineup: The return of Lani’s Farm, complete with “greens of all types” (but probably not the […]

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April showers might bring May flowers, but first they’re bringing you a super spring-y Greenmarket selection. Alongside the usual fare, there will be: Beth’s Farm Kitchen making a cameo appearance Freshly sprung spring lavender No Hodgsons Farm for the day A selection of Borghese Vineyards’ award-winning Long Island wines Note: the ostrich and pork stand […]

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Mornin’ Morningside! Yes, the weather still sucks, and no, it isn’t a snow day. Good news though! The Greenmarket will still be open and waiting eagerly to fulfill your ostrich egg needs. So put on that jacket you thought you wouldn’t be needing for another eight months, and eat through your seasonally-affected feelings. This week […]

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Yesterday, we had sun. Last night, we had wind chills. Two days before, it was sort of gray. This weather is confusing, but with any luck, spring will… spring (for real) very soon! In the meantime, you can act like it has already sprung by stocking up on delicious organic foods at the Greenmarket that […]

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Sad about that false spring we had last week? Looking for something to put in your stomach before you obliterate it with Thirsty Thursday festivities? Planning to simulate Lady Gaga’s meat dress with pork? Then head over to the Greenmarket and fulfill your wildest fantasies. This week, you can expect: Ronnybrook Farm with dairy essentials: […]

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Apparently, it’s supposed to be 50 degrees or warmer today! This is weird, but we’re not going to question it. Instead, we’re probably going to stop by the Greenmarket, and you should too. Today’s offerings include: A new product—Berkshire pork. Greenmarket-ers inform us that “It’s a heritage breed of pork,” and has been “genetically unmodified […]

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