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BUST loves America's Next Top Model just as much as the next gal, but if you like your entertainment a little more highbrow, check out Lauren Simkin Berke's new exhibit Excavations and Adaptations at the A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn next month! Excavations and Adaptations features over 60 index card-sized works that mix collages of things like photographs, luggage tags, and dress patterns with Berke's own drawings. Here's more from the A.I.R.
The United States, as well as many other countries, was created under a patriarchal foundation that women are constantly struggling with, and Italy is no exception.   In fact, Italian women have to exist under triple threats of sexism: the government, the church, and the media. The current Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has been particularly open with his sexist behavior through comments to and about women as well as being accused of philandering by his wife.
BUST is already excited about the upcoming soundtrack to Where the Wild Things Are featuring former cover lady Karen O, but if you just can't wait till the album's September 29th release date, you can stream the first single here! 'All Is Love' is full of the same happy, childlike goodness that makes me all warm inside whenever I see the trailer (or watch it ten times in a row on my laptop).
 Ella Es El Matador, the first of three super BUST-y POV docs we featured in our Aug/Sept issue's 'Fall Preview' will finally be premiering on PBS on September 1st, and it's required viewing for anyone fascinated with the notion of female bullfighters in Spain. Here's more from PBS: 'For Spaniards - and for the world - nothing has expressed their country's traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter's masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport.
Like everyone here at BUST, Courtney Love's got a crush on currrent cover gal Diablo Cody, as she revealed  in a couple of recent twitpics she posted: Hey Courtney: how much more could we love you? None. We could love you none more.
Old school and new school feminism meet in editor Lilly J. Goren's collection of essays, You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: Women, Politics, and Popular Culture.
YA author Sara Shepard enters the adult realm in The Visibles: A Novel, a story of a young woman navigating family and fate.
In the 19th century, two high-society sisters take their inheritance on a journey to explore the Holy Land in Janet Soskice's The Sisters of Sinai: How Two Lady Adventurers Discovered the Hidden Gospels.
Journalist Carlene Bauer reminisces upon her stumbling, skeptical attempts at religion and relationships in her book Not That Kind of Girl: A Memoir.
Stephanie Covington Armstrong narrates her life as a young black woman with a stereotypically white disease, bulimia, in Not All Black Girls Know How to Eat.
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