How To Make Delicious Fruit-Filled Paletas At Home

By BUST Magazine  In Eat Me  On May 31, 2016

Our favorite way to beat the heat is with a steady stream of popsicles, which means having a freezer full of them throughout the summer. So we tapped La Newyorkina’s Fany Gerson (lanewyorkina.com), the queen of sweet Mexican treats, for her favorite DIY paletas—ice pops that let simple ingredients and fruity flavors shine. Put watermelon on cool-down duty, or get the party started with her boozy orange version below. All you need are all-in-one molds, shot glasses, or disposable cups; and some Popsicle sticks. Paletas… Read more

Amazing DooDads You Didn't Even Know You Wanted! (But you must have)

By melisssa bradley  In DIY  On May 31, 2016

Bust’s Craftaculars came back with a bang, and we are exploding at the seams with some amazing raffle prizes thanks to our rad group of hardworking and talented vendors from our L.A. and N.Y. shows. If you were lucky enough to be able to attend either (or both) shows in Brooklyn (April 23) and L.A. (May 07), then you already know about the whirlwind of gadgets, knick knacks, jewelry, beauty products and delicious noms that captivated the interests and imaginations of our wonderful attendees. But, maybe you did attend… Read more

5 Historically Badass Women We Salute This Memorial Day

By Morgan Gartner  In Feminism  On May 27, 2016

In honor of Memorial Day, we've listed some women who have made enormous contributions to our nation's military while in the service. Here are some of the brave, badass, pioneering, flat-out incredible women that your history books probably "forgot" to mention. 1. Jacqueline Cochran While she is usually remembered as being the first woman pilot to break the sound barrier, she also has a badass military history. When she first tried to become a pilot in the US Airforce, she was denied, despite her incredible flying… Read more
“It’s crazy because it is a total boys' club. On tour, some guy said, ‘Are you a roadie?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, I am a roadie,' and I got up there and played and it felt pretty good. And then I keep getting, 'Well, this is going to sound kind of misogynist.' Well then, don’t say it, dude! And then they’re like, ‘You’re really great for a woman,' or, 'You’re the best female guitarist I’ve ever seen.’” Dani Neff is constantly aware of her gender. As the lead singer and guitarist of Megafauna, an otherwise all-male band,… Read more

I Did A Sex Q & A With My Partner, So You Don’t Have To

By Mo Johnson  In Sex  On May 27, 2016

Short, heavy breaths escape our tight lips. Our chests heave up and down. I swallow hard, trying not to make a sound. Somehow, we have flipped both of our six-foot bodies all the way around, so that our heads are hanging off of the foot of my tiny twin bed. The duvet knots under my back, tangled as if there had been a category five storm. I consider readjusting, but I know the first movements after sex are always precarious. Especially the first time you sleep with a new partner.As our breathing slowed, Lee* turned… Read more

This Instagram Illuminates Life's Hidden Labia

By Morgan Gartner  In Entertainment  On May 27, 2016

Well, we found it. The best Instagram. @look_at_this_pusssy is an Instagram entirely devoted to finding everyday objects that look like labia. Founders Eva Sealove and Chelsea Jones started the account in 2014 and it grew immensely in popularity (for obvious reasons). The account features everything from trees to bed sheets to ravioli, each bearing its own unique similarities to a vagina. Nearly all of their posts are submissions from other users who have found a likeness in an unlikely place. The abundance and variety… Read more
Our own Callie Watts went looking for love on a bunch of new dating apps, and her adventures prove that truth is stranger than (erotic) fiction I’m a very social person. Usually, if I want to meet a stranger, I go to a bar alone, order a whiskey, and wait for someone to come talk to me. If I like his vibe, we’ll chat and see where it goes. And if I don’t, I’ll just rudely stare at my phone until he goes away. This old-school method still works pretty well. But I was curious about all the dating apps that had recently… Read more
Sluts: What are they? Who are they? And how do I know if I'm a slut? The world of sluttitude is nuanced, stigmatized, and complicated, BUT if you seek the answer to the latter question, you can trust that the Internet has the answer. Possibly several answers! Just Google "slut test" and you will find several in-depth quizzes that promise to tell you if you are a slut. Sound simple? Well, no: In most cases, the tests are unclear about what counts as a “sexual partner,” and which acts constitute “cheating.” This means… Read more

Amy Schumer Got Catfished By A Ferret-Loving Jake Gyllenhaal Last Night

By Madelyn Sundquist  In TV  On May 27, 2016

In the latest episode of Inside Amy Schumer, the show’s host and Jake Gyllenhaal team up for a hilarious paradoy of the hit MTV show, Catfish. Under the name “Katfish,” the spoof show’s two-man crew, including Paul Downs of Broad City, join Amy to bust Jake for “catfishing” her on a ferret fanatics chat room. Amy explains to the hosts of “Katfish,” that “Jake” introduced himself as the actor, Jake Gyllenhaal, and immediately told her she is “the most beautiful woman” he has ever seen. Fake-Nev Schulman looks intently… Read more
Jane Campion was the first woman to be awarded the Palme D’Or prize at Cannes Film Festival for The Piano, a film which also earned her a nomination for Best Director from the Academy, the only second woman to do so. Sadly, while she was experiencing career success, her personal life was suffering. The same year she won the Palme, she had just lost her son, Jasper, who died when he was 12 days old. “The full impact of my success never hit me. I was grieving, really, throughout that whole year. It was a very difficult… Read more
I actually wasn’t familiar with The Moth until Hannah Horvath, Lena Dunham’s character on the hit television series Girls, decided to take up writing again. The season 5 finale had Hannah performing at The Moth’s StorySLAM, where real people tell their true stories live without notes. These StorySLAMS are themed shows, and the theme of the evening was jealousy; Hannah chose to speak about her thoughts on Jessa and Adam's relationship. It turns out that The Moth and its StorySLAMS are a real thing, and nothing short of… Read more

What An Abusive Relationship Looks Like: BUST True Story

By Piyali Dasgupta  In Feminism  On May 26, 2016

They are all out there, right now. Women who face it, are facing it, day in and out. I have faced it too. And kept quiet about it, because that is what people tell you to do. Politely sweep it under the carpet, because as a woman, someone else’s crime is still your shame.It all starts very well, as always. Both seem to love each other deeply, truly and madly. Things seem to go great for a while: Steps are lighter, the heart pounds harder, and you want to smile without any reason.Intoxicating, his happiness starts to… Read more

These Photos Show Motherhood Like You've Never Seen It

By Morgan Gartner  In Arts  On May 26, 2016

Anna Ogier-Bloomer’s photography shows us the realities of motherhood and breastfeeding—and it’s intimate, sometimes exhausting and undeniably beautiful. Breastfeeding has become an extremely wide-spread and hotly debated topic. Everyone, men and women (though mostly men), seems to have something to say about whether or not a woman should breastfeed in public. This discussion generally tends to focus more on the breast and less on the woman. Anna Ogier-Bloomer reminds us that attached to that breast is a whole,… Read more

Hey, Film Festivals: Stop Inviting Woody Allen

By Nancy Chang  In Movies  On May 26, 2016

As a woman who has built her career on supporting young people, especially girls, I am ashamed that I hesitated for a moment to speak out against the selection of Woody Allen’s latest film, Café Society, to make its North American premiere as the Opening Night Film of our much beloved Seattle International Film Festival.I guess I didn’t want to offend the people I consider friends and colleagues at our hometown film festival. But then I realized that this very type of rationalizing is what helps fuel rape culture in… Read more

Tampon Tax, Begone!

By Meghan Sara  In Living  On May 26, 2016

Menstruators of New York, it's time to wave your pads in the air like you just don't care! Governor Andrew Cuomo has decreed that he will sign into law a bill abolishing the tampon tax. WGRZ reported that "the Senate approved the bill by a 56-0 vote Wednesday, following the Assembly's 144-0 vote earlier in the month," meaning that the vote against the tampon tax was fucking unanimous. U-goddamn-NANIMOUS. The tax will exempt all menstrual care items (including future products — tampons of the future!) from both the… Read more

Relax, Women! This Man Created A "Safe Space" Just For You!

By Courtney Bissonette  In Feminism  On May 26, 2016

The ever-acerbic Funny or Die does it again, creating quality internet content at the expense of social injustices women have to face. In one of their latest videos, "The Best Safe Space For Women Was Made By This Man," the website parodies "male allies" who have created a "safe space" for women. The video immediately hits on the notion of men profiting from exploiting feminism, as well as women needing men to succeed. The video follows Mark Harrison, the creator of the safe space, who indicates "The Safe Space is a… Read more

Meet The Men Behind Your Favorite Women's Websites

By Kaleigh Wright  In Entertainment  On May 26, 2016

It is no secret that the world of print magazine publishing has long been held in the tight grip of men wearing suits and ties. Dating all the way back to the very first issue of Good Housekeeping in 1885, to current issues of Vogue, men have always been cashing in on the (supposed) interests of women. So while Anna Wintour may hold the Birkin purse, it's Samuel Newhouse who holds the purse strings. But one of the greatest gifts of the Internet era is that, finally, anyone in the world has the chance to make their… Read more
THANK YOU. Finally, someone said out loud what we all say in our heads when we see mean comments about women on the internet. Here's what Amy Schumer had to say on Instagram in response to some ugly internet comments: "I meant to write 'good morning trolls!' I hope you find some joy in your lives today in a human interaction and not just in writing unkind things to a stranger you've never met who triggers something in you that makes you feel powerless and alone. This is how I look. I feel happy. I think I look strong… Read more

My So-Called Chub: BUST True Story

By Jana Schmieding  In Living  On May 25, 2016

I’m the fat, second child of three. To my right is a gorgeously complicated, petite, ethnic brainiac, and to my left is a cheerfully strapping, blonde young father. I’m the squishy middle. I can say all of this because my brand is self-deprecation, and also because it’s a goddamned fact. But be assured that I believe the term “FAT” to be pejorative and compromising, and that independently, I do not identify as FAT. I’d punch someone if I heard it directed at me. I identify as chubby because it’s a kinder term, and… Read more
Born in Munich on December 24, 1837, Her Royal Highness Duchess Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie became Empress of Austria when she married Emperor Franz Joseph at the age of 16. Though now widely acknowledged as one of the most beautiful women of 19th century Europe, Sisi, as she was known to her intimates, was not considered a great beauty in her youth. Some biographers have even referred to her as sturdy and boyish with a “round peasant face.” Highly sensitive to any perceived deficiencies in her appearance, Sisi embarked… Read more
Social expectations regarding love and marriage in China have changed drastically over the past 30 years; however, as Daniel Holmes explores in his short documentary for Aljazeera, societal and parental pressure to find a husband before age 27 still pervades the lives of Chinese women today. Labeled “sheng nu,” which translates to “leftover women,” those unmarried who are 27 or over face stigma that can have major consequences for social, work, and family life due to their perceived transgression.Such relatively sudden… Read more

8 Women We'd Love To See Play Jane Bond

By Robyn Smith  In Movies  On May 25, 2016

Bond. Jane Bond. It's time for a new 007. After Daniel Craig reportedly left the franchise, the world felt a distinctively large, sexy man-shaped hole in the film industry. That hole should be reshaped. A fan created a poster for Gillian Anderson as the new 007, which she later tweeted with this response: It's Bond. Jane Bond. Thanks for all the votes! (And sorry, don't know who made poster but I love it!) #NextBond pic.twitter.com/f8GC4ZuFgL — Gillian Anderson (@GillianA) May 21, 2016 We'd love to see Anderson with a… Read more
Yes, that headline is correct! It is not a typo! A Brooklyn couple is running through New York clad in spectacular, pink vagina costumes to raise awareness for women’s reproductive rights. The couple has a website called Conceived in Brooklyn, where you can see their escapades throughout the city and their adventures “vagactivism,” (a term coined by mic.com writer Nicholas DiDomizio). The site states that the couple is partnering with 50 Cents. Period., whose mission is to “empower women and girls in marginalized and… Read more

5 Hijab Fashion Bloggers Who Are SLAYING On Instagram

By Morgan Gartner  In Style  On May 25, 2016

Oh Instagram! Your glorious existence has brought us hours of semi-entertainment, scrolling through pictures of food, cats and the wonderfully/horrific magic of #throwbackthursday. While Insta has long been the birthplace of trends — memes and makeup alike) — there is a growing number of fashion accounts of a different kind. These are accounts celebrating the magnificence of women who wear hijabs and other Muslim headscarves (and look fierce as hell). When many of these accounts began, they were reported as spam by… Read more

Baddie Winkle On Her 'Funky, Groovy, Fabulous' Style: BUST Interview

By Courtney Bissonette  In Style  On May 25, 2016

Baddie Winkle, Social Media SuperstarKnoxville, TN Tell us about this look.The flame-print jumpsuit is from DEVOWEVO, the green jacket is by Marina Fini, and the rainbow earrings are from Bombshell. The Baddie necklace was handmade by a fan and the boots are from TUK. I love the fiery look and I love putting a splash of green in there.When did you become interested in fashion?I’ve always been interested in fashion. I just started caring less what people thought about me. So I’m wearing the clothes I want to wear now… Read more
I spoke with the wonderful Khylen Steward, an independent filmmaker who recently created Creative Protest Films. Khylen shares about her big dreams in film, her recent experience at Sundance, women of color in film, and how she's gained confidence as a woman filmmaker. I know she will achieve her big dreams and continue to be a powerful force in the entertainment world. You are the creator of Creative Protest Films. I love what it's about. Tell me more about Creative Protest Films and what inspired you to create… Read more

When Online Dating, Beware Of 'Buck Boilers': BUST True Story

By Elcie Burrows  In Sex  On May 24, 2016

After a recent round trip into the murky world of dating, I’ve arrived back with an assortment of souvenirs such as a mildly wounded pride (from the guy who implied I was fatter in real life than my photos online indicated), an empty purse (from all the drinking I had to do to get me through the bad dates) and an acceptance that I'm much better off single.Of course, like on every good trip, I definitely learnt some new things about the world around us. Like any night spent in a hostel dorm room, you’ll meet some pretty… Read more
Rad ladies of Los Angeles, get ready. Lisa Butterworth, West Coast editor here at BUST, will be featured at a Lady Boss event at Segovia Hall in Los Angeles on June 16. Lisa will give an enlightning talk (or as Lady Boss calls it, “blitz wisdoms”) about having more awesome times in professional life. She will partake in their peer-to-peer flash mentoring exercise, a Lady Boss networking activity. The event aims to help professional women feel as incredibly rad as they can! Lisa will be joined by comedian, writer and… Read more
If you haven’t heard of Negin Farsad, you are in for a treat because this woman is brilliant. Just like her inspirations, Farsad is unbound by genre. She’s an Iranian American who blends comedy with social justice. Negin is stand-up comedian, sketch writer, documentarian, filmmaker, former policy advisor and Ted Fellow. Her first book, How to Make White People Laugh, a memoir of essays, was recently published and her fourth film, 3rd Street Blackout (co-created with Jeremy Redleaf), premiered at Tribeca Film Festival… Read more

7 Reasons Why Netflix Needs to Pick Up Agent Carter

By Katherine Barner  In TV  On May 24, 2016

Spoiler Alert! Marvel’s Agent Carter was one of the several shows that got the axe from ABC last week. Thanks to the wonderful, loyal Agent Carter fans, a petition to get the show to return through Netflix was created almost immediately, and already has over 100,000 signatures, and #SaveAgentCarter is trending on Twitter. We are not ready to let go of one of Marvel’s few and most amazing heroines! Here are 7 reasons why Netflix really, absolutely, 100% needs to pick up Agent Carter. 1. There are barely any women in the… Read more
Simone is in her early twenties and looks like any other university student. She's pretty, but in ripped skinny jeans and trainers, you'd never guess what she did for a living. Simone works for a high-class escort agency in Europe, making more money in one night than most students will earn in a month. Five minutes into a conversation with her, you can tell she's incredibly intelligent, talking knowledgeably about current political and economic issues — not what you would expect from the stereotype of a girl in her… Read more

Maria Bamford Is A Comedy Rebel: From The BUST Archives

By BUST Magazine  In TV  On May 24, 2016

Like many female standup comics, Maria Bamford has a joke about wanting to get married. But her take on it is, well, different. “I do wanna get married. It just sounds great,” she begins in her naturally high, girlish voice. “You get to go grocery shopping together, and rent videos, and the kissing and the hugging underneath the cozy covers. Mmmm!” And here her voice gets a little deeper and slower: “But sometimes I worry that I don’t wanna get married as much as I’d like to be dipped in a vat of warm, rising bread… Read more

Garbage's New Single 'Empty' Sounds Like 1993

By Meghan Sara  In Music  On May 24, 2016

Garbage's first single off their upcoming album Strange Little Birds (dropping June 10th) sounds like Garbage. That's a good thing, too, because the band's ability to stay true to their heady, hard-rockin' sound all the way up to this, their sixth studio album may just be the key to maintaining their devoted fan base. Maybe it's intentional: Rolling Stone quoted the band's frontwoman, Shirley Manson, from a statement where she admitted "To me, this record, funnily enough, has the most to do with the first record than… Read more
Here at BUST, the summer music season is in full swing and the heat is on! To celebrate, we’ve got riot grrrl pioneer and timeless badass Kathleen Hanna gracing our cover. And inside, we’ve got an exclusive interview with OITNB’s awesome Uzo Aduba, a surprising photo essay featuring a woman who left the world behind to work with adorable sloths in the jungle, a true story of our staffer’s dating app adventures all over N.Y.C., and a guide to getting birth control for free online. And get ready for even more tasty… Read more

Where Are All The Women In Film?

By Aidan Daley-Hynes  In Movies  On May 23, 2016

Angelenos, story-makers, film buffs, and women who put women first, be sure to catch the last dates of the completely free UCLA Film Fatales series on May 24, 26, and 31. Also worth your time is one of the seventeen Film Fatales’ entries into the LA Film Festival coming up June 1-9. Do not miss your chance to see what these wise ladies are up to. Consider the stark statistics. According to a recent study conducted by USC Annenberg, 77.4% of show creators are men. Only 17.1% of television directors are women. 28.7% of… Read more
Emma Greenwell has something in common with Colin Firth, Jonny Lee Miller and Carey Mulligan: They’ve all starred in multiple adaptations of Jane Austen novels. But Greenwell has a familiarity with Austen mania that none of these other actors can claim: She appeared in two Jane Austen movies in the same year.Currently in theaters, you can see Greenwell play Catherine Vernon, the sweet sister-in-law of the conniving Lady Susan (Kate Beckinsale) in Love and Friendship, which also stars Chloë Sevigny. Just a few months… Read more

My Father Divorced Me: BUST True Story

By Caitlin Madison  In Living  On May 23, 2016

My father left me and I don’t know why. I’ll never know why and I’m okay with that. I’m not a people pleaser. I don’t need him to love me or be there for me or even care if I’m dead or alive. I’d actually prefer that he not.On the day he left, which happened to be two days before Christmas, I got a series of two phone calls.“Your father just left,” was all my mother had said in the first call.20 minutes later my mom called again.“The doorbell just rang and I was served with divorce papers.”The first words that came out… Read more

Guess Who Had An All-Male Panel About 'The Woman Card'?

By GenderAvenger  In Feminism  On May 23, 2016

Donald Trump’s remarks on “the woman card” swept the media and became a hot topic in election coverage, but when it came to providing commentary on this issue, which shows included women experts in on-air segments about “the woman card” in the first 48 hours following Trump’s remarks?Morning Joe, The Kelly File, and Fox & Friends all featured segments about the woman card... with 100% male analysts.We wish something as absurd as all-male experts covering “the woman card” was out of the ordinary, but unfortunately it’s… Read more
Can a pill derived from a little-known plant get an addict off heroin in just a single dose? One woman thinks so, and she’s risking her life trying to make it available to those who need it most“My experience was just so profound and it had such an impact on me that I never could shake it. I was fascinated by ibogaine.”It’s December 9, 2013, and 27-year-old Shea Prueger is speaking to me over Skype from a friend’s house on the Thai island of Koh Samui, a place of beautiful beaches, tropical fruits, and sea breezes.… Read more
Emma Watson is the Belle of the ball (hehe, get it?) in Disney's new trailer for Beauty and the Beast. The film, which is slated for release on March 17 of next year, is the third of Disney's recent live-action retellings of the classic princess tales, following Cinderella's success in 2015 and Maleficent's in 2014. Save for a few shots of the castle, we don't get much from the trailer, and the notorious Beast doesn't make a single appearance—all we get is a scratch across an old family portrait. Hell, we don't even… Read more

Frozen's Queen Elsa May Become The First Gay Disney Princess

By Kaleigh Wright  In Movies  On May 23, 2016

Disney’s smash hit Frozen is en route for a sequel and Queen Elsa is looking for love. But fans of the film have a big request for the second film, #GiveElsaAGirlfriend.After hearing that the sequel was officially in the works and rumors that this time Elsa might find her one true love, Alexis Isabel Moncada, a teen activist, began thinking of her ideal match for the Snow Queen. Moncada, like many teens, identified immediately with the major theme of the first film: learning to love and accept yourself and the… Read more
Summertime is so close you can almost taste it! Juicy and sweet, just like the fresh fruit that will soon tempt us from farmer's market stalls, our CSA hauls, and berry picking day trips with our gal pals! Is there anything better than sinking your teeth into a nice, healthy piece of fruit in the very field it was grown in?? Uh, YES THERE IS: You could drown that fruit in a pitcher of wine and pour some sugar over it. That, my friends, is the best way to eat fruit! Get out them big glass pitchers, it's SANGRIA SEASON!… Read more
"I can only ask you, do you have a child? You think he’s perfect? Sure. There’s not a mother in the world who doesn’t hold that little child and thank God — it’s the most wonderful present in the whole world. But that child grows up and that child does something bad. He makes a mistake. Just one. Never to be forgiven." — Nancy Morais Nancy Morais founded Florida Justice Transitions trailer park 20 years ago after her son, a convicted sex offender, had a hard time finding a place to live. Prison is only the beginning… Read more
Women aint nothin' ta fuck wit. With the TigerLady self-defense claw, you can have the confidence of Catwoman when you claw the life out of someone, TIGA-STYLE. I am all into weird discreet weapons, so when this arrived, I realized its potential and pounced. There have been countless times when I am getting off a subway late at night, and I see someone look at me, or any other girl, like they are prey. I usually end up going through my bag to see what I can use for a makeshift weapon/shank if necessary. I have several… Read more

'Maggie's Plan' Keeps Audiences Guessing: BUST Review

By BUST Magazine  In Movies  On May 20, 2016

Maggie’s PlanWritten and directed by Rebecca MillerOut May 20 Rating Maggie’s Plan keeps audiences guessing from the opening scene. The film begins when Maggie (Greta Gerwig) runs into her ex (Bill Hader) and tells him that she wants to have a baby and is considering artificial insemination. But this isn’t going where you think it is—they don’t fall in love. Maggie decides to procreate with a “pickle entrepreneur” (Travis Fimmel) and Hader’s character stays firmly in the friend role. Maggie’s procreation plan is put in… Read more
In celebration of the day Cher came to this Earth (no need to call it a birthday or mention a number when discussing an immortal legend), we bring you the weirdest and most wonderful moments Cher has shared: Cher performed West Side Story. SHE. PLAYED. EVERY. SINGLE. CHARACTER. Cher has a whole drawer dedicated to false eyelashes. She also has a sparkle drawer, hilariously documented by Kathy Griffin on the tumblr Kathycher. She performed a medley with David Bowie in 1975, where the two danced adorably. There was a… Read more
The 90s are officially BACK! NYC's "punk blues" band Boss Hog has just released their first single in 16 years. "Wichita Grey" is one of four tracks off of Brood Star, their "amuse bouche" preview for their impending new full-length album, Brood X. Boss Hog's roots stretch back to NYC in the early 1990s. Married couple Cristina Martinez and Jon Spencer (of the Blues Explosion) anchor the group, with Jens Jurgensen, Hollis Queens, and Mickey Finn rounding out the deliciously unsavory quintet. Appearing as themselves in… Read more

Remembering Buffy The Vampire Slayer, 13 Years Later

By Lindsay Patton-Carson  In TV  On May 20, 2016

I didn’t miss the significance when Buffy the Vampire Slayer went off the air the same week I graduated high school. My favorite show, the show that ushered me through my adolescence, was ready to move on at the same time I was. After seven years, we had both put in our time and were ready to walk away from our own version of the hellmouth. I no longer relied on Buffy to navigate me through my teen years, but I would never forget the way it helped me. Buffy’s pilot episode began just when I needed it. I was in the… Read more
Money Monster, Jodie Foster’s fourth directorial effort, received a standing ovation at Cannes and earned $15 million during its opening U.S weekend, an 180 degree difference from her last film, The Beaver, which opened amidst a storm of controversy surrounding lead actor Mel Gibson’s bigotry. But no matter the media frenzy, Foster navigates it all honestly.Foster was born in Los Angeles and as a child actor, grew up in Hollywood. She credits her mom, Evelyn—who was also her manager—with the high standards she… Read more
New York BUSTies: what if I told you there was a way for you to donate to breast cancer charities while sippin' on cocktails made by some of the fastest —and best— lady bartenders from all across the country? You'd be like "Aw HELL YEAH," right? Well, lick your lips and prepare to say just that, because Speed Rack Season 5 National Finals is coming to Webster Hall this Sunday evening! WTF is Speed Rack? Well, in this season, almost 200 bartenders from 8 major cocktail metropolises (Chicago, New York, San Antonio,… Read more