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“Are you going home for the summer?” my friend asks me from across the lunch table. We haven’t seen each other in a few months, because we both work.“Home? I am home. This is where I live now,” I say casually, and we continue eating.It’s been less than a year since I graduated from college. All around me, many of my friends are living with their parents or guardians in whatever city or town they lived before going away to college. I’m not. In the...
Calamity West’s newest play, Rolling, tells the story of Valerie, a journalist whose groundbreaking story about sexual assault may have been a fraud, and the public and private misogyny she faces when she returns home to escape the fallout. It is nearing the end of its run at Jackalope Theatre Company in Chicago, having garnered excellent reviews from Timeout Chicago and the Chicago Tribune. Two of her previous works, Give It All Back (2015) and The Peacock (2013), have been cited by the Kilroys, an...
Photo by Victoria Stevens Tell us about this look.  I’m a dancer, so I wear a lot of leotards—I think this one’s from Target. The jeans are from American Apparel, the leather vest is from a thrift store in the East Village, and I ordered the boots online. This very cool lady from Philly makes a lot of rock ’n’ roll-inspired jewelry, and this necklace was based off original Black Sabbath merchandise from the ’70s. The hat is actually not my favorite black hat, but I...
EVERYONE STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING. There’s a youtube channel solely dedicated to cooking miniature food, with miniature appliances. Yes, this exists. And it's going to change your life. Forever. So hypnotizing, so magical, so weirdly satisfying.   1. Just when I thought my love for donuts couldn't get any deeper...  2. Cutest. Cookies. Ever.  3. Because you're worth all this ridiculous effort.  4. Are you kidding me with the mini bacon? Omg.   5. Baby pizzas make my heart sing.   Images via Facebook / MiMine Mini  More from BUST: These Photoshop Fails Are Actually Photoshop...
Female health company Clue recently shared an internationally comprehensive list of period euphemisms! Not only is the company adding to the dialogue about menstrual health, but they’re engaging and inviting ways to talk positively about our period. While a little disheartened that there are some negative associations with periods, like the Portuguese euphemism “estar de bode,” which translates as “being bad,” the fact that we’re talking about periods is good. At least the depiction is honest, sometimes having your period sucks. But it's great we...
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