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A Childish Recap

On Tuesday, December 16, members of the Painting Bohemia community hosted an event at Fordham University for students to come experience the works of Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino. After a presentation by Liam Paris and Molly Boyd, students listened to album, read the screenplay, and watched videos associated with Gambino’s project, Because the Internet. For
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RENT: From La Boheme to Bohemian Cliché

RENT. This well-known musical today has become the most famous example of bohemia in the modern world. Countless people have followed this musical for years and people today, of all ages, continue to live in the world of Rent. I, personally, have found myself to be one of these fanatics who have become obsessed with
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Dependence and Influence: A Look into Artists’ Relationships with Intoxicants

ady Gaga, while recording her newest album, ARTPOP (2013), hinted that she had used various kinds of drugs to help boost her creativity. Multiple songs on her album allude to drug use – some subtly, others explicitly (“Mary Jane Holland,” “Dope,” and “Jewels n’ Drugs”). In an interview with Elvis Duran, the host of U.S.
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