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Here at BUST we have very important conversations; we question, we discuss, we argue, we throw things. But this week there was a doozy of a mystery; an anxiety-ridden, lip-biting, hair-tearing, earth-shattering question that has kept us all up at night. What will happen during tomorrow night's Mad Men finale? Here are a few of our theories. Caution: SPOILERS AHEAD!!  Don Draper Really is D.B. Cooper, and Matthew Weiner is Fucking with Us A couple of years ago, someone posited the very insightful theory that Don Draper may have...
Going along to today's BUST Summer Craftacular at York Hall in London? You could win this fabulous Rob Ryan print, along with a cache of other great prizes. Just sign up with your email to be in with a chance to win! Can't make the event? You can enter the raffle by Facebook and Instagram, too, so long as you are based in the UK (we can't ship the prizes internationally). Just head on over to our pages and like or follow us, then comment...
There are myriad reasons why you would have missed the top feminist news this week, including final exams, warmer weather, and a plethora of distracting cat videos. But just in case you wanted to stay on top of the lady things, we've pulled a few items together — five, in fact — for you to familiarize yourself with. Let's get this show on the road and kick off the weekend!   1. Here’s What To Do If Your Insurer Is Trying To NOT Pay For Your...
Despite what you may have seen on AMC, the heyday of Madison Avenue advertising had its fair share of feisty females. And these dames made a lot more than just coffee.“The Chef does everything but cook—that’s what wives are for!” proclaimed Kenwood’s 1961 advertisement for a new kitchen mixer called The Chef. The ad’s implicit sexism is anything but subtle: a beaming woman (wearing a chef’s hat, no less) hugs her husband from behind, apparently thrilled by her new kitchen appliance. It seems to be...
Who hasn’t dreamed of living in a castle far, far away? Well apparently, your whimsical wish is more realistic than, say, a one bedroom in New York City, these days, and here's the proof. Downton Abbey's manor house is on the market, and cheaper than some Manhattan (and Brooklyn) luxury apartments here. Ya know, the ones without stables or 18 acres of land. So for those of you in the market to finally bite the bullet and live like a queen (or a duchess, or whatever)...