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Chloe Baker, who goes by the stage name Bitter’s Kiss, is the latest (and youngest) hot voice in EDM. Even those familiar with her voice may not realize that she is an incredibly talented indie-pop artist first. As a (recent) 16-year-old from Weehawken, NJ, no one is more surprised at her success than, well, herself. She started simply by recording one song in her basement and putting it on Soundcloud, which then grew to being the voice behind the anthem for 2016 Life In Color tour.
  In every issue, BUST's book review section is full of interesting and unique books by and about women — here, we've rounded up the 10 best-reviewed books from our August/September 2016 issue. Most of these books are out RIGHT NOW, so zoom down to your local indie bookstore and pick up these gems from Anuradha Roy, Michelle Tea, Katrine Marçal and more.   Sleeping On Jupiter: A Novel By Anuradha Roy (Graywolf Press)Rating: 5/5   In this stunning novel about suffering and healing, author Anuradha Roy explores the dark layers of life we try to keep hidden.
Kristen Stewart is in love — and we’re so happy for her. In a new interview with Elle UK, KStew opens up about her relationship with her girlfriend, Alicia Cargile, for the first time. “Right now I’m just really in love with my girlfriend,” Kristen says in the interview. “We’ve broken up a couple of times and gotten back together, and this time I was like, ‘Finally, I can feel again.’” Many people are calling this Kristen Stewart’s coming out — and it certainly is the first time she’s publicly spoken about her relationship.
  I probably started watching Gilmore Girls in the 5th grade—long before I understood any of the references (tbh, still don’t understand many of them). I, then, received the official Gilmore Girls complete 7 series box set for Christmas in the 8th grade (I didn’t realize how damn expensive that was until googling it just now, thanks, Mom and Dad). Later, in high school, I would watch reruns after school at 4:00 on ABC Family, quite the staple in my daily routine.
Once upon a time, after working very long days and weekends, I concluded I was more than ready for a business partner. I felt a partner would divide the workload, add new skill sets, contribute to the vision with new ideas and insights, increase capital, and add new contacts, clients, vendors, etc. Seems reasonable, right? Yes. But easy? Not so much. Despite all the available advice sometimes you just have to learn the hard way—and I did. I engaged with multiple potential partners in my quest to find the right fit.
They say imitation is the finest form of flattery, and while this isn't always true (aka when corporations steal from artists), when it's an artist paying homage to another artist, it's definitely sweet. Lane Moore of It Was Romance has been a big fan of '90s sweetheart Fiona Apple since she was a budding musician. "Fiona Apple has been such an influence on me, creatively and personally, since I was a kid," Moore told Gil Kaufman of Billboard.
For the organization Exhibits for Humanity, empowerment is key for an installation to succeed. In "Laughing Matters," which has been displayed in the Los Angeles Nous Tous Gallery for the duration of July, the group takes on stand-up comedy as a place that really really still needs to sort out its misogynist inclinations.
It's summer! What better excuse to try out some fun, vibrant colors than going on a beach vacation? Try out these five temporary hair colors we've listed below. 1. Splat Hair Chalk This hair chalk lasts for a day and is available in seven colors: sugar plum, dusty rose, silver moon, sun-kissed, mint candy, midnight blue, violet sky. It's available at ULTA for $5.99. 2.
Bill O'Reilly, a Fox News anchor who claims to be "independent" despite a viewership that's 66 percent conservative, has, once again, gone too far. A famous moment in Michelle Obama's speech Monday at the DNC is when she speaks of raising her family in a house built by slaves: "I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves," Obama says in her keynote address. "I watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent, black young women, playing with their dogs on the White House lawn.
Pis Saro is a tattoo artist from Crimea who specializes in exquisite, realistic botanical tattoos, inspired by specimens that she sees while strolling through gardens and parks during her travels. Her work is remarkably almost identical to the plants she is replicating, a taste that is far from easy when putting a needle to skin. Her unique work has put her in high demand worldwide, and her work has taken her to Turkey, Lebanon, Germany, Holland, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland. You can find more of her work on her Instagram.
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