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Field Notes: Artistic Edition

Bwog kept it artsy, goofy, and feely this weekend.

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Qrazy Quilts, Applique-able

In the age before Pinterest, some of the original DIYers were 19th-century soldiers who repurposed fabric from old military uniforms to create some unique, dynamic quilts. New York’s very own American Folk Art Museum, just a short hop on the One train from Columbia itself, currently hosts an exhibit displaying some of these recovered quilts. Bwoggers […]

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Dark And Light Places With Elijah Blake

Music Maven Daren Napier sat down with new Def Jam artist Elijah Blake, who visited Columbia this week.  Read on to get the behind-the-scenes scoop on his new EP, Drift. Elijah Blake is at the door. Having already collaborated with recording artist royalty such as Rick Ross, Usher, and Rihanna to name a few, the new Def […]

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