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In the latest World Leaders Forum, cohosted by Maison Francaise and the School of the Arts, Antonin Baudry, Cultural Counselor in the French Embassy in the U.S., and recently resigned National Endowment of the Arts Chairman Rocco Landesman, in his final public appearance in the position, discussed their respective country’s relations between the government and […]

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Yesterday, while walking down Broadway, Bwog noticed a big group of people with cameras and Public Safety officers near Book Culture. Turns out a bunch of newspaper and television reporters were staking out an apartment where IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was supposed to be staying. DSK, as he is affectionately known by the French media, […]

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We called it Cooking With Bwog 2.0 last year, but you get the idea now. Delicious weekly recipes from Matt Powell of the Culinary Society, using lots of ingredients you can pick up at the Greenmarket. Look out for much more Bwog foodie stuff in the next few weeks. This week: lamb kabobs and palmiers. […]

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