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Rachael Sage performs at her album release party at Joe's Pub Songstress Rachael Sage had a release show for her latest album, Haunted by You, this past weekend, and it was pretty great. In addition to the kazoo and chair dancing, feather boas and tap dancing were also present. Sage probably throws one hell of a house party. Sage performed several songs off Haunted, hopping between piano and guitar throughout the show (her latest album is filled with her signature piano and guitar-driven pop songs). Album opener "Invisible Light" is...
Fashionistas: Today is your last day to submit photos of yourself in your cutest fall gear! The best submissions will be included in our Aug/Sept issue, and we KNOW you don't want to be left out. So send in your photos, stat! Click here for more information and the submission form. Go ahead, make our day. ...
Throughout history, fans have been used for a whole slew of reasons: for dance, for fighting, for modesty...and of course, for cooling down! These convenient little tools can fold away to easily fit into a purse or clutch, and are a great way to beat the heat at weddings, or just when you're on the go. Take a look at some of these sassy and zany hand fans! Enjoy!   "Call Me," $8.70, ASOS   "Zebra Chic," $20, Etsy   "Panda Sandalwood," $6.90, Asian Import Store   "Spyro Blue," $29, Etsy   "Mango Orange Gilded...
The term "feminist peep show" may sound like an oxymoron, but the Lusty Lady of San Francisco is one such joint. The club gained national attention in 1996 when its dancers, fed up with unfair pay cuts, random firings, and policy shifts, mobilized to form a union. The management obviously was not happy with this development, and tried to stop union elections. But in the spring of 1997, the employees successfully voted to unionize. They formed the Exotic Dancers Union, which remains to this day...
If you listen to Rufus Wainwright for long enough (say 2 or 3 minutes), his lyrics will spoil you. They’re so witty and inventive that you’ll likely be ruined for listening to any other current pop out there. Rather than blabbing on about clichéd emotions, Wainwright tells stories with his music—odd, hilarious, and totally true ones. (The song “Rashida,” off his latest album, Out of the Game, is about a real-deal spat he had with a very famous former BUST cover girl.) Now factor in...
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