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Here at BUST we love singer-songwriter Cat Power and were more than excited to see her new music video “Manhattan.”  A track off her most recent album “Sun,” released September of last year, the video complements the chill and relaxed beat of the song with footage of Cat Power exploring the corners of Manhattan.  From posing in subway cars to wandering the streets of the city, the new video personifies the connective nature of the city, highlighting its singular and unique beauty.  As Cat Power sings,...
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Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir, which she is currently in the process of writing, is scheduled to be released June 2014.  The book, which is still untitled, will discuss her years as secretary of state, including issues such as the killing of Osama bin Laden, Arab Spring, and climate change.  As Simon & Schuster Publishing Group stated, "[Clinton] will share her views as to what it takes for the United States to secure and sustain prosperity and global leadership.  Throughout, Secretary Clinton will offer vivid personal anecdotes...
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Last night you went to bed, dreaming and wishing for new Arrested Development episodes. You said to yourself  “don’t be silly, the show ended over six years ago, stop this pointless dreaming”. Then you awake to this beautiful day. You open the internet and are greeted with this: “New ‘Arrested Development’ Season Coming to Netflix on May 26” You wished this to life. You used “The Secret”. You’re afraid you just blue yourself.   Fifteen new episodes of Arrested Development – constituting a fourth season- will be released all...
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It's the time of the year for MoCCA Fest! If you're a girl who's into comics, kick off the weekend at the 5th annual Drink and Draw Like A Lady event tomorrow night. There will be drinks and munchies and dozens of other comics enthusiast ladies. Feel free to bring sketchbooks, mini-comics, and business cards. The party's free of charge (but bring something to share if you like) and open to all ages! Drink and Draw Like A LadyWhen: 7:30pm, Friday, April 5th,...
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Now’s your chance to share your stories of chauvinism: Laura Bates' Everyday Sexism Project hopes to “catalogue instances of sexism experienced by women on a day-to-day basis. They might be serious or minor, outrageously offensive or so niggling and normalized that you don’t even feel able to protest. Say as much or as little as you like, use your real name or a pseudonym – it’s up to you.” Here are some examples of the kinds of posts you may see. Everyday Sexism encourages women to let out their experiences with...
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