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Upcoming Production: Playgrounds, a World-Premiere

This weekend, the Columbia University Players will be presenting Playgrounds, a world-premiere play based on the playwright’s own experience as a nanny in Brooklyn. Bwog recently sat in on a rehearsal to investigate.  In CUP’s official blurb, director Lilla Goettler BC ’14 explains that the piece “tells the story of Justine, a young woman who […]

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What Would Chuck-E-Cheese Say About This?

Bwog Vermin Control Czar Jon Hill was making the rounds in Brooklyn this week when he discovered a playground full of happy little children and their parents. All seemed well until he noticed the sign hanging outside the gate.

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Playground Love: Morningside’s Fountain of Youth

Feeling melancholy this Sunday? Be daring and venture out of the confines of Butler into Morningside Park, the area’s oft-dismissed sanctuary of tall trees and fresh breezes. At the bottom of the 436,232 stone steps, Bwog had to flatten itself against a wall as hordes of screaming children raced around in circles, delighted at having […]

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