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Golden rollerblades and the Cult of the Duck? Sounds like my fourth grade birthday party. Perfume Genius (Mike Hadreas) has released a third video from his third album, this year’s critically acclaimed, Too Bright. “Fool” marks his second collaboration, after “Grid,” with director Charlotte Rutherford. Their latest video has Hadreas in striking white and red lips while rollerblading through town to catch up with some crow-like dancers and a baby duck. If someone can write a short story that links the three videos from this year’s album,...
If you made it over to the BUST Holiday Craftacular in Greenpoint,New York this past Saturday, you might have been lucky enough to get down with some adorable cats from Sean Casey Animal Rescue in our Cat Café sponsored by David’s Tea. But now—a week from now, to be exact—you will be able to release your inner cat lady any time you want (for $4 per half hour, booked online). Manhattanites are finally getting the cat café we have so longed for and deserve. Eater...
We've all seen it. At some point in our lives we've passed by a group of people trying to guilt the universe out of being Pro-Choice. At best this is mildly annoying, but usually these activists, who utilize gory posters, "dead" baby dolls, and shaming, make women feel criminal.  Journalist Sunny Hundal was in for a renewal of faith in humanity when he started filming anti-abortion activists ( members of Abort67) outside of a London clinic.  Hundal was fixedly questioning a member of the group about a...
  We've been fans of Gemma Correll's artwork ever since we laid eyes on her infamous 'Pugs Not Drugs' tote bags.   The mega-talented illustrator was part of the line-up at the first ever London Craftacular in 2008, and we're over the moon that Gemma is a vendor again this Sunday (especially after the manager at a previous Craftacular venue told her off for bringing her pug along for the day. Sorry again about that Gemma...) As if our hearts weren't melted with pug-love already, Gemma named BUST...
Artist Kate Park has created some snuggly, knit Morrissey dolls that are full of character and perfect for the holiday gift buying season. You need to check out the awesomely stern expressions on these handmade Moz Dolls, which don detailed Morrissey-inspired outfits, and are even holding itty-bitty microphones. What better way to honor such an influential innovator than with these adorably inventive, crafty little guys?   All available dolls are posted on Kate Park’s blog now, so if you want to buy these for your loved ones,...