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  It’s time to get excited, because the BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular is almost here! The 8th annual BUST Magazine Holiday Craftacular and Food Fair will take place on Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 82 Mercer St. in SoHo, New York City. There will be over 200 vendors, and you can look forward to gorgeous handmade crafts, delicious food, craft beer, DJs, and raffle prizes. It’s the perfect time to buy unique holiday gifts for your friends and family...
Want to get amazing discounts on some holiday shopping this year (and maybe score some awesome stuff for yourself) while helping out with the Superstorm Sandy hurricane relief efforts? Then come out this Friday and Saturday, November 16th and 17th, to the Capsule Neighborhood Network  in New York City.   Capsule is a fashion and lifestyle trade event that is offered in cities around the world, showcasing a mix of high end and independent designers and up-and-coming brands. This special show will feature...
Looks like the Senate bathrooms might need a makeover. Newly reelected Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar recently spoke about one consequence of having a record number of women senators: a line in the bathroom. “For the first time, we had a traffic jam in the women’s senator’s bathroom,” she said. “There were five women in there. There’s only two stalls! And I’m not going to say who — that would be really bad for decorum. There were five of us in there, two newly elected. So, very exciting.” After...
  NPR recently reported a fascinating story about Susannah Cahalan—a 24 year old reporter and book reviewer for the New York Post—who experienced mysterious and debilitating symptoms for a month before being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. Her symptoms, which included erratic behavior, numbness, sensitivity to light, and paranoia, prompted Dr. Souhel Najjar to ask Cahalan to draw a picture of a clock on a piece of paper. She drew all of the numbers on the right side of the clock, which led to her eventual...
  The United Nations has a message: access to contraception is a human right that will save lives and more than $11 billion in health costs, as well as help remove gender inequalities around the world. The United Nations Population Fund recently released The State of the World Population 2011 report, titled “By Choice, Not By Chance.” The 140-page report argues for greater accessibility to family planning and contraception. Currently, 222 million women and girls in developing countries do not have access to contraception or family planning. “Family...