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  In his new book, titled “The Dirty Side Of Glamour,” the photographer Tyler Shields unveils a subversion of conventional celebrity portraiture. The artist, known for his liberal use of blood and guns in his portraits of Lindsey Lohan, is showcasing new shots of celebrities in erotic and often perverse or unsettling positions.  Interestingly, he addresses the raw, shocking content with the polished, candy-coated palette and high resolution normally associated with fashion photography or editorial portraiture. In other words, they’re ugly images photographed as if they’re beautiful....
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You can all breathe a sigh of relief, because the future of television is looking bright! Crazy funny lady Kristen Schaal and former Daily Show writer (and Schaal’s husband) Rich Blomquist have teamed up with writers/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller of 21 Jump Street fame for a new ABC comedy titled, American Monster. As Deadline reports, the show, co-written by Blomquist, will star Schaal as… WAIT FOR IT… “A small-town misfit who becomes an unlikely celebrity when she goes on trial for the murder of...
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Founder of Lululemon and resident bald dude Chip Wilson has always been a bit...off. In a 2009 blog post, he suggested this sigh-inducing theory: "Breast cancer also came into prominence in the 1990's. I suggest this was due to the number of cigarette-smoking Power Women who were on the pill (initial concentrations of hormones in the pill were very high) and taking on the stress previously left to men in the working world." Who knew giant piles of money also qualified you for a medical degree?  Recently, Wilson...
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Nikki McClure, known for her intricate paper-cut art, will be displaying the original works featured in her 2014 Calendar, "Home," tonight at Land Gallery in Portland.  "Home" juxtaposes McClure's strong signature style with the delicacy of pastoral life, creating a somewhat eerie and nostalgic sensation. The artist creates her works using only a single sheet of black paper and an x-acto knife, making the pieces that much more awe-inspiring to witness in person.  If you live in or around the Portland area, make sure you make it...
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  A few months back, a radio show contacted BUST to ask if one of our staffers would be interested in going on air to discuss misogyny in the James Bond series. A loud cricket noise echoed throughout the office—nobody had watched more than one or two of the flicks. That is, nobody but me. See, I’ve watched nearly every James Bond movie ever made, aside from some of the ones during the Roger Moore years (thumbs-down, no thank you). I’ve also seen every Jason Bourne...
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