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  Need Friday night plans? We've got you covered. Tonight, tune in to PBS to watch American Masters’ The Women’s List, a documentary spotlighting 15 women who have made their mark on modern American culture, including Madeleine Albright, Margaret Cho, Betsey Johnson, Alicia Keys, Nancy Pelosi, Shonda Rhimes and Rosie Perez. The Women’s List is the latest in filmmaker/photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ List series, following The Black List, The Latino List, The Out List and others. We called Greenfield-Sanders to talk about The Women's List, how Toni Morrison got involved...
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This post includes spoilers for the film "Ashby." It ends with a touchdown and a kiss – as most teen coming-of-age movies do. But Ashby, written and directed by Tony McNamara, has A LOT more going on—so much that the whole film is a bit convoluted with different plotlines and themes. The film’s title character, Ashby (Mickey Rourke), opens up the movie by blacking out while driving his car. Soon, he learns that he has a brain tumor and three months to live. Needing a way to get...
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   We’ve done it for 6 years so it must be good! The BUST Craftacular is at the World Maker Faire in Queens, New York this weekend (Sat, Sept. 26th - Sun, Sept. 27th) for the sixth year in a row, and it’s going to be sweet. World Maker Faire is already an awesome gathering of people innovating every field from tech to performance art, and BUST just makes it better. There will be delicious food, delightful activities, and dope vendors from all over the country here to bring you their magic....
Support Feminist Media! During these troubling political times, independent feminist media is more vital than ever. If our bold, uncensored reporting on women’s issues is important to you, please consider making a donation of $5, $25, $50, or whatever you can afford, to protect and sustain BUST.com. Thanks so much—we can’t spell BUST without U.
From Paris Is Burning to Madonna to FKA twigs, voguing has entertained and fascinated us for decades. Now, you can learn how to vogue like the experts, thanks to this amazing gif guide from Javier Ninja. Javier, father of the House of Ninja, showed off his skills, grace, flexibility and New Way moves at the Standard, High Line's Standard Talks “Let’s Have A Ball” in New York this week - with Jack Mizrahi, Aisha Diroi Prodigy and Meeka Prodigy joining. New Way is comprised of four main elements: floor performance, dips,...
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Orange is the New Black’s newest inmate, Stella Carlin (AKA Ruby Rose), has been taking over Internet since her debut on the show in season 3. Ruby Rose fans may have seen her photo on the cover of The Untitled Magazine, but the actress is now calling for a boycott of the magazine because - get this - Untitled Magazine went behind Rose’s back to publish photos of the star without her consent. Untitled Magazine published an image of Ruby Rose in a sheer top, exposing...
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