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For the besties in your life who live like it’s Halloween 365 days a year, consider doing your holiday shopping at BUST’s 11th Annual Craftacular in Brooklyn on December 10th and 11th. From pins to patches, jewelry to home decor, this two-day event will be your one stop shop for the witchy babes in your life. Here’s a sneak peek the must have occult finds from some of the vendors that are attending the BUST Craftacular — we’re certain that they will put a spell on you. 1....
The season is upon us and instead of rummaging through your closet for that old scented candle (as parodied on this week's episode of SNL), why not join us at the BUST Craftacular in Brooklyn on December 10th and 11th to get your hands on some local, artisanal jewelry. I for one am drooling over these: 1. Check out this sultry decolletage necklace by Carpenter Hill.    2. This embroidered pin-up necklace by BeeBeeBrooklyn.   3. A topical cuff by The Curated Gift Shop   4. A dramatic drip choker by I Still...
The 1972 drama Last Tango In Paris’ infamous rape scene was not consensual, director Bernardo Bertolucci admitted in a recently surfaced video from 2013. In the video, spotted by ELLE.com, Bertolucci admits that the infamous scene in which actress Maria Schneider’s character is raped with a stick of butter was not consensual. In the video, Bertolucci says that he and Marlon Brando, who was 48 while filming, came up with the idea for the scene and decided not to tell Schneider, who was 19. Bertolucci says he...
On November 9, I went on my first Tinder date. We matched on the app a few days before the election and started texting. (His profile: 30, white man, maybe has a ponytail?, passionate about meditation). We shared anxieties about Trump and hopes for Hillary. I had been out knocking on doors for an LGBT advocacy group, and he was attending an election night Buddhist meditation. Beyond our politics, we shared experiences in theater, were both new to the city, and had an easy rapport....
Feminist band Rosie & the Riveters are about so much more than flawless, wispy hair rolls, bright red lipstick and vintage 1940s dresses. “It’s also about the music and the humor and positivity and connecting with people. For us, that’s a really big thing. Connecting with the audience,” says Allyson Reigh, the last member to join the uplifting folk band in 2011. Reigh and bandmates Alexis Normand, Melissa Nygren and Farideh Olsen strive to be an example for women. Olsen thinks women who truly love and...