Tag Archives: History

What are your bohemian experiences?: Summer contributions wanted!

Summer is here and we are looking for submissions from any and all. Please email us and share with us some of your bohemian experiences past and present. Living “la vie bohème? Experiences in activism? Music festivals? Writing? Travel? Art shows? Millennial gentrifying hipster who knows better but doesn’t know what to do about it? Coffee shop experiences?…CONTINUE
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Howl: A History

llen Ginsberg is a name that many people stumble across in one English class or another. My first encounter with Ginsberg was in my AP English Literature class in twelfth grade. My teacher had us read “Howl” and then discuss it in class. I had only two thoughts in my mind at the time. Naturally,
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COCO CHANEL: The Woman Ahead of Her Time

The history behind the woman who revolutionized simple elegance.

HANEL is a label that has been internationally recognized for decades, known for the famous quilted bag and tweed jacket. What is lesser known about Chanel is the woman behind it, Gabrielle (Coco) Chanel and her passion for empowering women through what they wear. She was able to break the boundaries between men’s and women’s-wear
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Shakespeare & Company

The Spirit of Bohemian Paris

 one-way ticket from New York to Paris leaving November 14 will cost you six hundred thirty-four dollars and sixty-two cents. A subway ride from the airport to the city center will cost you twelve dollars and twenty cents. A walk down Rue de la Bucherie will cost you nothing. A stay at Shakespeare and Company
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