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 Now THAT puts me in the holiday spirit! Don't forget, Jewish New Year is coming up on 9/13, so stock up on apples and honey, dust off your shofar, and prepare to get LOOSE! Big ups to Rosh Hashanah Girl for the semetic song stylings.

 BUST Magazine Co-Presents the 5th Annual Estrojam Music and Culture Festival in Chicago!!! Celebrate today's hottest female artists in the independent scene, including Margaret Cho, ESG, The Noisettes, Yo Majesty, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Kristin Hersh, Bahamadia, Marnie Stern, Psalm One, 8 Inch Betsy and Nicky Click.

A few months ago, a mysterious email was sent out from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs  inviting fans to a free and hush-hush performance at the Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn. There were two performances, each with a capacity of just 100 people and the second show being exclusive to just the ladies-- no vagina, no show. That night, they came, they passed out Zorro masks, and they fucken rocked. Like me, you have no excuse to not have been there. But lucky for us, both shows were filmed and can be seen on the latest YYY EP, Is Is.

 I love food. And I love San Francisco (my former home). So when I saw artist Liz Hickok’s “San Francisco in Jell-O” series I totally fell in love. The series includes photos and videos of San Francisco landscapes that she’s cast in Jell-O. In Jell-O!! First she makes scale models of landscapes like the row of Painted Ladies (aka The Full House houses) or the Transamerica building out of balsa wood and foam. She uses these to make molds which she uses to make the finished Jell-O sculpture. Amazing.

 CALLING ALL CRAFTERS!We are so excited to announce that the 2007 Holiday Craftacular is set to happen on Saturday, December 8!!! As a result of the enormous success of the past two years’ craft fairs, this year’s shopping bonanza will be more than THREE TIMES as large! We'll be handpicking 200 of the most unique and talented crafters from across the country to sell their wares.

I want a pink car, dammit!Last year, Nisssa painted one of their compact model cars pink, then toured it around the UK as part of a breast cancer fundraising event. NOt surprisingly, folks begged Nissan to produce the car in pink for reals -- and they did. The 100 units sold out quickly, so they came back with another 150. STateside we never even had a chance at this pink panther, since this cutie car, the Nissan Micra, isnt' even for sale here. It's not the first time a pink car has been made -for a good number of years, Fiat made their car, the Panda, available in varying shades of pink.

Both The Duke Spirit and Henry Rollins have been in BUST before and our heart for them will go on. I got to hang with these guys last time they were in the states on tour and they were an absolute pleasure. I kind of got myself a little crush on Luke. He is the one in the black peacoat. Pretty hot, huh.  If you haven’t heard their guest song “Mayday” on UNKLE’S debut album War Stories you are totally missing out. Check out the live performance of their song “Lasso” from their sophomore album tonight on Rollins’ show at 11 on IFC.

We know we're getting all creepy trekkie-obsessed with the dudes from Flight of the Conchords, but we can't stop ourselves. In last week's episode, they sang a love song to all the ladies of the world (from Namibian to amphibian; erudite to hermaphrodite). Now it looks like the ladies are singing back!First up, the soulful "Jemaine", from a future Mrs. Clement:  Next, "Bret. will you be my Ukelele lover?" from a Mrs.

I have never really been into The View even though my BFFE can’t get enough of it. I just thought it was a 30 plus club thing for some reason. It looks like my relationship with the view is about to change. I have always loved Whoopi! I mean Jumpin’ Jack Flash, come on. Looks like I may have to start keeping up with the ladies now.

I've lost my marbles for Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears!!! This past weekend, I had the distinct pleasure of getting shot with a beautiful dose of cinematic glam rock when I was introduced to the sound of Brooklyn based band, Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears. Led by Brian Scary, the band's sound is reminiscent of Queen, The Beatles and Bowie, and also super theatrical like the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Each member was dressed like a character from an old horror film, and even the Union Pool stage was decked out with a spooky forest back drop.
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