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With the BUST Holiday Craftacular Boston, fast approaching, we can’t help but share our excitement about another vendor!  For those of you who haven’t yet heard, the BUST Holiday Craftacular Boston on Saturday is happening on Nov. 22 at the Cyclorama in the Boston Center for the Arts from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We will be hosting more than 100 vendors, offering make-and-take crafts, tasty treats, gift wrapping and more.  There will also be a cat cafe benefitting Broken Tail Rescue, and an ugly...
Throwing Shade is the kind of podcast you would make with your best friend. Just like how Broad City portrays Abbi and Ilana's friendship so perfectly that you feel like you and your friend ARE Abbi and Ilana, Throwing Shade is like you and your friend but even wittier, and with microphones. Self-described "feminasty" Erin Gibson and "homosensual" Bryan Safi met at UCB LA but really clicked when they were both writing for Current TV, where Erin hosted "Modern Lady" and where I first watched...
Did you know we're having a Cat Cafe at the BUST Holiday Craftacular Boston? It's true! On Saturday, November 22, from 11am-6pm at the Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts you can shop more than 100 indie craft, vintage, and food vendors. Check out our Facebook events page for more information! For those of you who come out on the 22nd, make sure to take a break and have a nice cup of tea at the Cat Cafe. Meet some adorable adoptable cats from Broken Tail...
  Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah…   Let’s go back to a simpler time, shall we? A time when we had all the answers. Why? Because Clarissa gave them to us. Clarissa explained things. Clarissa explained it ALL.   I loved “Clarissa Explains It All.” I loved her enormous headbands. I loved the hubcaps on her wall. I even loved Sam’s ladder that would always hit her window announcing that her best friend wanted to chat. Mostly, I loved that Clarissa Darling (played by Melissa Joan Hart from 1991-94) was...
  We are huge fans of Erykah Badu here at BUST, from her music, to her Twitter, and her adorable home videos with her family on Vine. In a new video she posted on Facebook this week, Erykah Badu sings "you don't have to try try try" with her daughters Puma and Mars. The original Colbie Caillat song, co-written by Babyface, is all about the pressures of being a woman and the importance of self-love and self-confidence. It sends the message to everyone that while you can put time, money, and...