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“Remember that a ball-room is a school of politeness, and therefore let your whole conduct be influenced by that strict regard to Etiquette such a place requires.”- Etiquette for Gentleman; or the Principles of True Politeness, 1852. Not every man who attended a ball during the nineteenth century did so with a lady on his arm. Some attendees were young, single gentlemen. For them, a ball was the perfect place to practice their dancing, polish their conversation skills, and meet eligible young ladies. It was also...
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We’re big fans of Arrested Development here at BUST, especially of Alia Shawkat, who we featured on our cover back in ‘09. So we’re greeting the news that Arrested Development will return to Netflix for another season with hesitant excitement. As you probably know, Arrested Development aired on Fox from 2004-2006, becoming a cult favorite but got canceled after its third season due to low ratings. It came to Netflix for a fourth season in 2013, to mixed reviews - the negative ones were due, in...
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The time is almost upon us for the annual Summer, Sex and Spirits bash! Join the Planned Parenthood NYC Action Fund Activist Council at 8pm on Tuesday, June 27th at Broad Street Ballroom to party in the name of women's health. The event features music from Hudson Horns, an open bar, naughty balloon art by Mistress B, The Self Portrait Project and a silent auction and raffle featuring some of NYC's finest.  Raffle and silent auction include items from Bindle and Keep, Let there be neon, IFC...
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There are a plethora of shows examining the bumbling quest for self-fulfillment among millennial age women - think Girls, Broad City and Insecure - but what about the thirty-somethings who are still trying to get that webseries into Sundance and figure out their love lives, all against the ever-louder tick tick tick tick of their biological clock? Enter award-winning filmmaker and playwright Lisa Ebersole and her webseries 37 Problems. 37 Problems follows Amanda, a 37-year-old woman whose baby is her webseries, as she learns that she only...
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At 63, professor and social worker Lyn Slater is finding a new career - as a fashion model. Three years ago, Slater, who lives in New York City, suddenly found herself surrounded by paparazzi when meeting a friend during New York Fashion Week. Because Slater was dressed so fashionably - wearing a suit by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and carrying a Chanel bag - the paparazzi mistook her for a celebrity. As Slater describes it on her blog: "Young photographers approach and ask to take my picture....
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