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Our local Citibank branch was lost to the flames in January this year, and soon replaced with an even less attractive and remarkably stealable ATM van. But much time has passed in Boringside Heights since then, including the return of The Heights to the glory of all *of age* patrons who spent significant time there during the fall semester, […]

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We never heard from Cardomat about those really cool t-shirts, but Village Copier stepped up with its own. What kind of Morningside cat do you think it is?

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Village Copier was broken into within the last hour. Multiple tipsters have confirmed that the glass door has been shattered. There are currently six cops milling about 112th and Broadway who couldn’t confirm what happened when a Bwogger stopped by. Eerily similar to that time a few months ago when a drunk dude smashed the door […]

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Homeland Security, where are you when we need you? Bwog isn’t sure that this poster, sighted in Village Copier, will be enough to deter the enemies of America from taking advantage of our vulnerable paper reproduction apparatus.

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