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Singer/musician/poet/actor/spoken word performer Saul Williams was seen perusing the street fair on Broadway between 116th and 110th earlier today. Don’t worry if the smell of grilled meats and sound of raucous children kept you away from the fair: Bwog missed him too. Williams was seen chatting and taking pictures with fans. He’s supposed to be […]

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Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s ESC meeting. The council voted to yesterday to extend the campaigning period until the end of voting. Previously, students running for student government were not allowed to campaign after the start of voting. However, regulating personal Facebook messages and other social media became burdensome for the council. Some council […]

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Gone with the Wind

Morningside Heights’ bipolar weather has taken a turn for the blustery today. Tipster Matt Horwitz tells us that today’s pesky wind got the better of one tent at the street fair on Broadway going on right now. Apparently, the wind blew the tent away, cruelly causing it to tear on a street sign and nearly […]

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Waldo was sad when he heard about Columbia’s ranking as the most stressful school and wanted to cheer us up, so he took a break from visiting museums, cruise ships, and other places where large numbers of people congregate. He visited the Low Steps in the middle of a small street fair yesterday. Can you […]

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And here we were, hoping for apple cider and hayrides.   Bwog’s fine-cuisine expert Eliza Schapiro Shapiro reports that the first fried Oreo opportunity is around 112th street. Additionally, there’s an American Apparel “rummage sale” going on in front of Campo. There would be.

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The east side of Broadway is barricaded this afternoon for a street fair. The festivities stretch as far as Bwog’s eye can see from its 3rd floor window in Nussbaum, or, at least from 112th to 114th street. Sausage, fruit, Thai food, and (we assume) pashminas abound!   Photo via compaswebworks.com

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It’s the first real street fair of the season! The east side of Broadway is fenced off to make way for crepe-making, halal, carnival games, and the highest concentration of tie-dyed sweatshirts we’ve ever seen. Bwog took to the streets with a camera to capture the springtime loveliness. (And how about this weather!)  

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Happy Saturday

For those of you still in need of your last fill of summer, Broadway is brimming with the capitalist and culinary delights of a street fair. And for those unfortunate enough to be holed up in Butler this early in the semester, here’s Bwog’s best attempt to convince you to go outside for some fresh […]

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