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Free Food and More!

Just because Thanksgiving Break is over and you’ve left the bottomless bounty of free family cooking behind doesn’t mean you can’t be provided with any more sweets gratis. Ambulate to Lerner 555 tonight at 7:30 pm to find red velvet cupcakes and a bunch of free swag (t-shirts, buttons, and stickers, we hear) at the World […]

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Bwog’s coming at ya with an early morning news flash: the new Crumbs location on 109th and Broadway will be giving out 1,000 (yes, as in a thousand) free cupcakes tomorrow (today?). But you best be off to sleep soon if you’re looking to nab one; they open at the inconceivably early hour of 7 […]

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Wear Blue, Get Food

It’s as easy as that! So easy that we feel you’ll even be able to understand if we give you directions in the form of a poorly written poem. Without further ado: Have midterms got you feeling blue? Then perhaps a small cupped cake will do. It may not help you pass, And might add […]

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