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BUST and Superchief co-curated group art show, LADIES REPRESENT!, and it was a super successful showcase of work by 20 AMAZING lady artists, including legendary graffiti artist CLAW Money, who painted a mural outside the gallery! BUST's first art show ran until August 18th, and showed the work of other awesome artists, including Beth Hoeckel, Dame Darcy, E.V. Day, Caroline Hwang, Veronica Ibarra, Alexis Mabry, Laura McMillian, Kembra Pfahler, Martha Rich, Beatrice Schleyer, Lauren Silberman, Heather Vernon, Jaimie Warren, Amy Watanabe, Esther Pearl Watson, Martynka Wawrzyniak, Sarah Wilmer,...
Memoirs from children of celebrities and politicians abound, but the offspring of our country’s leading intellectuals have been less effusive. That gap has started to close, however, thanks to Najla Said’s Looking for Palestine, a memoir from the daughter of the late Edward Said, the outspoken advocate for Palestine who single-handedly founded post-colonial studies. Said grew up with her Palestinian father and Lebanese mother on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and as she reveals in her memoir (originally...
As soon as Natasha Khan, or as everyone knows her, Bat for Lashes, took the stage at Webster Hall last Friday night, decked out in a multi-patterned flared jumpsuit, you knew you were in for a treat. As the band stood slightly behind her, Natasha had all the space she needed to sing, sway, and dance. She slinked across the stage, her microphone in hand, belting her loud and powerful voice to the packed shimmying room. At some point, someone threw a lily on the...
Today’s a HUUUUUUGE day for Lil Bub! This cute 'lil cat has her book, Lil Bub’s Lil Book, out today, and her new show, Lil Bub’s Big Show, is now airing on Revision 3! On top of all this, VICE’s award-winning documentary about this very special cat, Lil Bub & Friendz, is now up for your viewing pleasure on YouTube! Honestly, I can’t get enough of this cutie patootie. This cat is already taking over the world one purr at a time! Lil Bub and her...
    LEGO has produced many scientist figurines in the past, but alas, they are most often stereotypical stock figures: they have unkept hair, broken glasses, and look completely crazed. They are also mostly male, and while there have been lady LEGO scientists, they seem to be scientists in name only, never wearing a snazzy professional outfit or having a special area of expertise.    On this historic day, the toy company has finally given the kids (and adults!) what they want: a super smart female scientist. Her favorite...
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