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Did you know that every full moon represents something different based on the time of year is appears (e.g. September’s Harvest Moon)? The Moonbox—a curated subscription service from gaiacollective.com offering full-moon specific items and guidance for meditations and rituals—is perfect for those wanting to craft a spiritual practice around this celestial event. For $29.50 per moon (a Mini Moonbox is also available for $12.50), three crystals, a tea blend, an essential oil blend, featured items (like the rose hip body scrub and vetiver and lavender...
Put on your camo cargo shorts and boobie-hole white tanks — Mean Girls is coming to Broadway next March.   Mean Girls will set up shop in Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre. Previews begin on March 12, 2018, and the show officially opens on April 8th, according to the official Mean Girls on Broadway page. If you can’t wait until then, the musical hits D.C.’s National Theatre next month where it will run from October 31st to December 3rd.  Props if you show up to the D.C. premiere looking like this: Tina...
In case you were depraved of fairy tales as a child, Excalibur’s legend is an exciting story of a sword thrown into a lake, caught by the Lady of the Lake for safekeeping, and can only be wielded by the rightful sovereign of Great Britain, AKA 7-year-old Matilda Jones of Norton, Doncaster. The noble Matilda had only recently heard the legend of her royal future when her father told her and her 4-year-old sister Lois the tale of Excalibur earlier that day. Later, when they went...
Men’s fashion changed very little during the nineteenth century, especially when compared to women’s fashion of the same period. For this reason, I thought it better to provide a general overview of the century, looking at changes decade-by-decade as opposed to year-by-year. In this manner, you can see the slow evolution of nineteenth century menswear, from the Regency dandyism of Beau Brummell to the matched three-piece suits of the late Victorian era. Changes were subtle, but significant, each of them moving men’s fashion one step...
Go undercover with these three books revealing women's secret lives, from a social history of everyday Tudor women, to the secret love lives of American Muslim women, to a secret that's so stigmatized it's rarely spoken about — regretting motherhood. Check out these and more reviews on BUST's August/September print issue — on newsstands now. The Hidden Lives of Tudor Women: A Social HistoryBy Elizabeth Norton(Pegasus Books) Historian Elizabeth Norton presents England’s Tudor period (1485–1603) through the eyes of its women in this “collective biography” of female...