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Here at BUST, we love cats and we love pin-up girls, so Cats That Look Like Pin Up Girls is pretty much our favorite thing ever. Cats That Look Like Pin Up Girls is just what it says: photos of cats next to look-alike pictures of pinup girls. Meow! It’s hilarious, and it’s joining Cat Bounce on our list of favorite cat-related time wasters. Here are a few of our favorite cats that look like pin up girls (warning: some are semi-NSFW):  Images via catsthatlooklikepinupgirls.tumblr.comErika W. Smith is...
Want to give the gift of beautifully crafted, eco-friendly lingerie this holiday season? (Admit it, pretty AND eco-responsible underthings sound like a damn good gift to unwrap, any time of year.)   Look no further, because Brooklyn based artist and designer Clare Bare has a range of locally and sustainably designed styles of lingerie, from boy shorts and bralettes to robes and garters. Made from bamboo jersey and vintage fabric, each piece is "structured to flatter your body in a natural way...
Country music fans out there, here’s an event that benefits a great cause and promises to be memorable: the Jalopy Theatre and friends have organized a benefit for Brooklyn’s Red Hook community, which was severely damaged by hurricane Sandy. This show will benefit Restore Red Hook, which aims to raise funds to help the small businesses of Red Hook, Brooklyn reopen their doors as soon as possible after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. The evening kicks off with a square dance, hosted...
Born in Nigeria and raised in England, Noo Saro-Wiwa avoided visiting her native country after her father, a prominent political activist, was killed there for speaking out against government corruption. Years later, Saro-Wiwa, a travel writer, decided to return to Nigeria and explore her love-hate relationship with her homeland. Her journey both reinforces and calls into question her ethnic identity: a visit to her home village means that she is in the one place in the world where people can pronounce her name correctly; yet...
The H.S. Chocolate Co. brings you the finest, most delicious artisan chocolates and confections available — and they’re pretty, too. Owned and operated by MaryAnne Hoekstra-Shekar, H.S. Chocolate Co. uses fresh ingredients and local purveyors, and blends modern and exotic flavor profiles with a classic sweet shoppe sensibility.  H.S. Chocolate sells candy bars, filled chocolates, and chocomels (flavored carmels dipped in chocolate) in flavors like Pumpkin Spice, Raspberry Ragtime, Fluffernutter, Bourbon Brown Sugar Pecan, and Maple Bacon. Whether you’re a chocophile or a chocoholic, H.S. Chocolate...