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As one of many typically male-dominated industries, technology buffs should be bowing down to the women who have pursued these careers. These ladies have been hard at work and making some serious impact. Whether she's a venture capitalist, engineer, founder, co-founder, CEO, or COO, it's clear these amazing women have accomplished so much by the ripe age of 30. When you consider the fact that women leave the industry at twice the rate that men do, a recent list of 30 important women under 30...
  You may have seen this awesome-looking truck around the city. Perhaps you have also tried the equally awesome curry puffs that come out of it. Or their signature Chicken Pad Thai. We are referring to Mamu Thai Noodle, one of the newest food trucks in NYC. The owner, New York native Siwat Thitiwatana, was inspired to start his own business after visiting his uncle in Thailand, who owns three noodle shops.  You can usually find Mamu around Brooklyn or on 27th street and Madison, but on...
The number of people populating NYC who claim to be an artist would sink the moon. While most often you may find yourself trapped by one of these leather fedora wearing artist types who hop from opening to opening, pulling Hot Topic inspired sketches from their portfolio in an effort to impress girls, or whoever will listen, the other hand will have to hunt to find an artist who's quickly producing a body of work that shines out from the pile, and who seems to...
In our last post about B, we raised an eyebrow at her reluctance to call herself a feminist. Why? Because we believe she is a feminist and she should own it. That’s why we did a serious double-take at what Rakhi Kumar wrote about her in the Huffington Post last week. In “An Open Letter to Michelle Obama”, Kumar reprimands the first lady for recognizing Beyonce as a role model for her two daughters: “...I think it's time to stop suggesting to very young girls that...
  In a woodworking shop inside a 250-year-old barn, the team at Docksmith creates beautiful rustic pieces that are just as picturesque as their working location. Their shop sits against the scenic backdrop of the Maine coastline which is a mere 10 minutes away, and every piece is created from found driftwood along the coast. Each individual iPod dock is unique, and the craftsmanship is divine. Like This... And this... and this too...   Check out Docksmith at... BUST Magazine Spring Craftacular and Food Fair @ DUMBOSaturday, May 4, 11AM-6PMManhattan Bridge Archway...