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Top Smoothies To Try At Diana

You asked, they listened. Smoothies are back at the Diana Center Cafe, available during dinner and late-night. Here are Bwog’s top smoothie creations to help you decide what to blend.

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PSA: Free Food!!! Go To Lerner C555

The Wellness House and Metta House are having an afternoon of free yoga and smoothies!! Come to Lerner C555 between 4:30 and 5:30 to get in shape and stay in shape with yummy smoothies and recipes for easy, quick DIY ones that are probably ten times better and less expensive than the ones at 212. […]

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