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…And to All A Good Night’s Sleep

For Christmas, Bwog asked (once again) some of our favorite people–who make life easier at the very least more exciting–what they want for non-denominational end-of-the-year/world gift giving.  See how you can make them so happy they could puke! Deantini is still hoping for that Ferrari 250 GTO (as last year Santa failed to deliver once again), but, […]

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Columbia Ballet Collaborative: The Nutcracker

Last weekend had a performance of Tchaicovsky’s Nutcracker from the Columbia Ballet Collaborative.  Bwog sent ballet buckwheater (yes, it’s a word!) Roberta Barnett to bear witness to some dazzling dance.   Disclaimer: the following review may or may not contain “real ballet knowledge” Branded as “Columbia’s newest tradition,” Columbia Ballet Collaborative’s performance of The Nutcracker, this small production was […]

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