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Apparently Columbia students aren’t the only ones getting grades in Morningside Heights. Our favorite neighborhood restaurants were undergoing some pretty intense midterms of their own, recently, and according to the New York Health Department’s most recent data analysis, they didn’t do so well. DNA Info and amNY report that the Morningside zip code (which it’s […]

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Our friends at the Greenmarket inform us that despite the chilly forecast, they will be open today. Most of the regular farmers will be in, except for Stannards farm. Greenmarket-ers can expect to see a new face, Dan Madura, this Thursday. He usually sells exotic mushrooms (no, not that kind!) on Sundays, but will be […]

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No Flex At Westside!

UPDATE (9:30 AM): A phone call to Westside this morning confirms that they had a problem with their servers last night which are now up and running. Our Flex tragedy is officially over. Go forth and swipe! Tragedy strikes! You either have to pay with “real” money or get your snacks elsewhere. Our tipster reports […]

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Despite the salty/icy/snowy state of campus, Greenmarket will be open and full of fresh fruits, vegetables and more. Please note that Buon Pane and American Seafood will be out this week. Stop by for: The return of Broadway Acres and its goat cheese (perfect for the Superbowl!) Ostrich jerky Apples Cider Eggs Pickles Honey Organic […]

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Oops! Today’s page seems to be missing from the almanac! (We did discover, however, a page of the Facebook variety – they have joined our good friend International in the realms of social networking.) However the farmers market is open, with 5 farms expected. It’s a good day for cider and donuts!

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The first Greenmarket of the semester is up and running! Needless to say, it will become more bountiful as the clime warms, but there are still plenty of delicious looking apples and other tasty treats (apple cider, apple donuts…) and some new vendors! Thursday 1/20: Both bakers, Merediths and Buon Pane, are expected back from […]

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Stock up for Halloween and fall break festivities! Here’s what the Greenmarket has to offer: For Thursday Today’s the last day for grapes from Wager’s Cider Mill. Unfortunately there’s no more lavender. However, there is wine and fresh fish from Eastern Long Island. For the week of Thanksgiving, the Thursday market will be held on […]

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Delights at the Greenmarket this week! Lavender is back and 115th smells like heaven. There’s fresh fish at American Seafood on 116th. Start planning your Thanksgiving shopping early if you’re unlucky enough to be stuck in Morningside for the holiday: the Greenmarket will be open on Tuesday the 23rd instead of Thanksgiving Thursday. There are […]

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Greenmarket rolls on today with its signature Fall freshness. Here’s a smidgen of what’s out there: Get out there early for the beautiful organic multicolored carrots at Monkshood Nursery. Challah bread and danishes made from the farm fresh eggs of Knoll Krest will be available. Milk Thistle has delicious fresh whole chickens. Image from Wikimedia […]

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Autumn has arrived in the Greenmarket! Here’s what to expect. Both Thursday & Sunday: Hot apple cider season is here. Samascotts has chestnuts to roast over an open fire (or in your oven). There are no grapes (Wager Cider Mill) on Thursday and Sunday. Try Beth’s farm kitchen mint jelly. They always have delicious samples! If […]

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What to expect when you venture out to the Greenmarket today: Heron Hill Winery has been practicing sustainable viniculture for over thirty years and is making a guest appearance at today’s market. Orange and purple cauliflowers from Samascott Orchards are here. Wager’s Cider Mill has new grape varieties. Hudson Valley Duck has fresh duck sausage. […]

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In which staffer Mark Krotov gives movie suggestions for those who fear to venture off the 1, 2, and 3 lines.   AMC Loews 84th Street 6 84th and Broadway Hoot A children’s film about endangered owls, corruption and crooked land development, produced by the paragon of political engagement and vitriolic rhetoric, Jimmy Buffett. He […]

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