BY Mariana Garces
on Dec 11, 2014
Fans of badass comedian (and former BUST magazine cover star) Margaret Cho will be STOKED to know she will continue to tour in 2015 and is returning to NYC for the first time in over 2 years!
Cho is excited too, saying:
I'm so thrilled to announce that I will be filming my new special at the Gramercy Theatre in NYC on March 7th (additional show on March 6 will not be filmed) and I want you to come! This is my most exciting show to date and I ... Read More
It’s only good vibrations from here on out. There’s a new bedroom accessory coming (pun intended) and it’s in pursuit of pleasure equality.
DAME Products, the Brooklyn-based sexual health startup has made “the first hands-free, strap-free, non-intrusive couple’s vibrator” that closes the pleasure gap. EVA has flexible wings that can retract when pressure is put on them, and that makes EVA discreet and ... Read More
Pals Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams are back with a special holiday edition of their monthly stand-up show, Blaria LIVE!, this Sunday, December 14, at Littlefield performance space in Brooklyn, NYC. Get yourselves some tickets here!
Yep, these are the lovely ladies responsible for this Girlfriend Intervention parody:
And this penis portrait studio spoof:
At last month’s LIVE! show, Phoebe promised us more videos, so we have our fingers ... Read More
Here's a few magical Polaroid outtakes from our astrology-inspired editorial, "I Saw the Sign," in this month's issue of BUST starring (pun intended) Tara Violet Niami and Kate Lyn Sheil.
Photos were taken by Amber Mahoney using some instant film wizardry thanks to IMPOSSIBLE.
Looking to shoot some polaroids of your own? Read Amber Mahoney's easy-peasey instant film tutorial here.
To see the editorial these pictures were excerpted from, ... Read More
Athena Film Festival, to be held February 5-8 at Barnard College in Manhattan, has already announced their 2015 honorees: director Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball, Beyond the Lights), HBO documentary president Sheila Nevins, and Oscar-winning producer and Women in Film president Cathy Shulman, will be celebrated for their leadership and creative accomplishments.
The festival, now in its fifth year, shows off all the hard work of wicked cool ... Read More