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  • n. Plural form of boho.


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  • February 12th, 2009 at 6: 20 am yuppies and bohos talking about the best suburbs and how good their schools are enlightening

    Matthew Yglesias » The Future of the Suburbs

  • In Echo Park, southeast of Hollywood, the lit-hip tone set by iconic bohos like Charles Bukowski and John Fante, and later Tom Waits and Elliott Smith, endures.

    A Star Is Reborn

  • It is the exterior into which the bohos have moved and in doing so become an object of repulsion, all those callow hipster-types (i.e. those of a certain age and class and education) dismissed contemtously as "a horde of latte-swilling sensitives".

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • He was surrounded, of course, by intellectuals and activists, and bohos in pony tails, society grande dames, coffee shop conspiracy buffs, political party hacks, many old friends and probably a few enemies.

    Mexico mourns writer Carlos Monsiváis

  • One of the oldest neighborhoods in LA, home to junkies, freaks, and bohos.

    John Belushi Is Dead

  • "That ain't Muzak, baby," one of the bohos cried out in appreciation.

    The Day the Muzak Died: Remembering a Soundtrack to Life

  • We were dilettante bohos, most of us, like our parents.

    Dream State

  • The local Glasgow free listings magazine, The Skinny, aimed at students and bohos mostly, just published this cool little article which treats Scottish SF in a most favourable light.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • The people cover the spectrum from trendy chic Venice bohos in gypsy skirts, lots of embroidery, and lots of beading, to beach bums in cargo shorts and flip flops to Hollywood hipsters in $300 jeans and wedge heeled espadrillles, like me.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • And in the few venues that book the genre, the city's new generation of bluegrass musicians struggle to be appreciated as contemporary artists, as opposed to a novelty act for bleary-eyed bohos coming off a bender, or - as at the Dakota - laid-back parents and their tiny groovy children.

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