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Boringside Heights: Out With The Stationery, In With The Barcodes!

The Milano sandwich artists are using technology and old neighborhood stores are closing. All of a sudden, everything is different! First, Anish Bramhandkar bought a $9 sandwich, and informed us that Milano has new robot-scanners-and-barcodes. Be prepared to shave seconds off your next Milano run! Then we walked down Broadway a little further only to […]

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Bwog goes downloading, surveys the buzz on the quad

In which Bwog music critic Bryan Mochizuki forgives the Shins their trespasses and disses the music blogosphere…oh wait… “Phantom Limb” – The Shins Depending on whom you talk to, the new Shins album is either lethargic and dull or some more euphemistic variation on those words.  Except for this song.  This is THE SHINS.  This […]

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