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Bwoglines: Girl (Squirrel) Power Edition

Who you gonna call? The new Ghostbusters movie, set to be released in the summer of 2016, has announced the female dominated cast. Funny gals Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, and Kate MicKinnon are negotiating their contracts as we speak. (Time) Stepping up the traditional Girl Scout cookie selling game, Alyssa Carter, an eight year-old girl […]

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Bwoglines: Respect Your Elders Edition

Worrying about childhood obesity may be all the rage now, but the first clinic to treat it opened at Columbia way back in 1930. (Newsweek) Gac Filipac, a custodian at Columbia, spent 20 years taking night morning classes for a Classics degree from GS. On Sunday, he’ll finally graduate—with honors! Then it’s grad school application […]

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Bwoglines: Manhattan is a Cruel Mistress

Manhattan finally finds a use for the long-abandoned Virgin Megastore storefront in Union Square. (NY Post) Eating the $32 “Viagra Soup” in Brooklyn or Queens is a paltry substitute for living in Manhattan. (NY Daily News) A 6-year-old Coloradan boy desperately tries to fly to Manhattan in a homemade helium balloon… what? (NY Daily News, NY Mag) […]

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