Quantcast
Blog | Page 861

Blog

Pinktober is upon us and with it comes a flood of pink products advertised to support breast cancer awareness and research. Some do, some don't, some have carcinogenic ingredients, and some are just bad for you in general. The following is some pink crap that has no business being anywhere near breast cancer prevention.   All Estée Lauder products   It just seems like it should go without saying that merchandise sold to cure breast cancer (even in the rather roundabout way of “awareness”) should not be stuff that...
  For anyone who struggles or has struggled with depression, comedian Sarah Silverman’s recent essay for Glamour is an all too familiar account of getting through life with the illness. Silverman gave us a peek into her experience with depression, from her first experiences to how she handles it now.  The essay was written in anticipation of her upcoming film, I Smile Back, in which she plays the role of depressed housewife Laney Brooks, who “has it all” but self-medicates with pills and booze. Silverman’s own initial experience...
When you want to feel like a natural woman, throw on one - or two, or three - of these ten accessories inspired by the world around us. Equally perfect for a bohemian earth goddess or a stylish science lover, these nerdy necessities put the "fun" in "fungus."  1. The magic of the moon, screen printed on recycled paper. Luna Moon Phases Screenprint, $20 2. These socks put the “fun” in “foot fungus.” Magic Mushroom Socks, $36 3. Get a buzz in the bathtub. Wish Bubble Bath, $49 4. Look gneiss and sharp in...
The entire Democratic debate on CNN was an intellectual oasis in the desert of nonsense that is the Republican primary. Aided by Anderson Cooper’s sharp moderating, the candidates managed to step outside their talking points, and talk like humans with nuanced thoughts on complicated issues. Though we are still fairly set on Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton, we here at BUST were unable to come to a consensus on a “winner.” But we have plenty of time to decide. So for now, let’s all just...
Rock noir duo Elysian Fields gears up for the release of their latest music video “Alms for Your Love," directed by Kevin Weir.  With Jennifer Charles on vocals and Oren Bloedow playing guitar, not much has changed for this band since ’95—in a good way! Their penchant for collage-like dream sequences has persevered along with their disturbed lullaby sound.   If you aren’t familiar with Elysian Fields, their sound is sensual, surreal, and a little bit spooky. I would recommend starting off with their latest album For...
Facebook_websiteTwitter_websitePinterest_websiteRSS_websiteTumblr_websiteIG_website