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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael Vick, the former NFL player convicted for his part in a dogfighting ring, is talking to TV producers about a 'proposed docu-series would follow Vick starting July 20, the day of his scheduled release from federal custody, and show him trying to 'make amends for his past.'' And it would also make him about $600,000 richer, according to what his attorneys told the judge presiding over Vick's bankruptcy hearing. THR reports, 'Insiders place bets on AE and Spike TV as likely first stops.

For all you BUSTies across the pond, Charlie Le Mindu is going to be a resident at Tatty Devine Brick Lane in London. Starting April 17th, you can head over to his pop-up salon every Friday afternoon to get your hair done. If you're not familiar with his stylings, you should definitely check them out; 'hairdos' is an understatement, 'work of art' is more like it. He's had success with his recent runway show during London Fashion Week and celebrity clientele like The B52's, Bloc Party, LCD Soundsystem, and Bust IT girl, Peaches.

Rotter and Friends Spring Fun from Rotter and Friends on Vimeo. Being busy with Rotter and Friends Spring '09 collection having just launched and all, I luckily got to squeeze in a Q and A session with friend of BUST and uber-illustrator/collaborator, Jess Rotter. When and how and did Rotter and Friends start? I had been the artist-in-residence for a British clothing label called Birdie, for over 6 years, which was where my foray into creating musically inspired prints had begun.

I couldn't resist sharing this after I saw it posted on Feministing. Who couldn't use a good 7-minute-long giggle over repeated use of the phrase ''tea-bagging?'' The moral of the story: when planning a political protest, always assume your opposition has the sense of humor of a 7th-grader.

  When you're waiting in line at the Post Office all day, don't forget to breathe. Or, at the very least, reward yourself on the way home by picking up a new, ahem, stimulus package.

Get more of Peaches in the upcoming June/July issue of BUST. I got some face time with her and her hair suit!.

Natalie Portman will be speaking at the SoHo Apple Store next week talking about her new web project, MakingOf. It's part of the ''Meet the Filmmakers'' series that Apple (in cahoots with indieWIRE ) is hosting as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. Portman will be speaking with Christine Aylward about the project, which is going to be ''a site that promises to transform the way people view, enjoy, and participate in entertainment.'' Their session will be Friday, April 24 at 3:30 pm at the Apple Store at 103 Prince St.

                                                                        image from biography.com Jewelry designer Tara Levitin of Leviticus Jewelry has created a way to keep the memory of Bonnie and Clyde close to your heart, by wearing them around your neck.

  We just heard that French Elle's April issue is featuring celebrities with zero makeup or Photoshop. Read Jezebel's post here . Discuss.

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