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Thanks to all our wonderful vendors and shoppers for coming to the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair on Saturday! It was an amazing day filled with sweet treats and one-of-a-kind crafts -- check out the photo gallery below for all the fun. Photographs taken by Gabi Porter. Read More
In addition to 100+ craft and food vendors, DJs, goodie bags, raffle prizes, and food trucks (phew!), the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair is thrilled to host book signings by two amazing chef-authors! At 3 PM, Erin McKenna, founder of popular vegan bakery BabyCakes, is signing her cookbook BabyCakes Covers the Classics: Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes from Donuts to Snickerdoodles. Get the secret to BabyCakes' perfectly baked donuts in this collection of 50 delicious recipes with a healthy, modern edge. Read More
The weather in NYC is absolutely dreary at the moment. Hopefully we'll be able to break out our cutest warm-weather outfits soon, because Heart Felt's hair accessories are perfect for spring! Every Heart Felt creation -- from elaborate sequin-beaded fascinators to felt floral headbands and rockabilly-style earrings -- is handmade. Chicago-based designer Aviva Kleiner is launching Heart Felt's spring collection of fascinators at the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair this Saturday, May 21st at 82 Mercer St., so be sure to stop by her table! See the full list of Craftacular vendors. Read More
You've probably eaten a cupcake, but you've probably never eaten a cupcake as unique as one of Robicelli's creative concoctions. Matt and Allison Robicelli -- pastry chefs who used to work at fancy restaurants -- are trying to marry the mindset of a pastry chef with the affordable cupcake to bring "crazy delicious food to the average Joe." Robicelli's has a rotation of over 100 flavors and counting, but they're bringing one of their most popular and unusual cupcakes, the Chicken n' Waffles, to the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair this Saturday, May 21 at 82 Mercer St. Read More
Have you ever hungered for a pun about beets? If so, look no further than Black Sheep Heap, a small, progressive design house which focuses on projects that promote sustainability, laughter, and social justice. Their hilarious "puns for planet Earth" are hand-printed onto organic apparel and recycled bags using non-toxic inks. You can even buy an "Avant-Gardener" onesie for your eco-friendly baby! Stop by the Black Sheep Heap table at this Saturday's BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair at 82 Mercer St. Read More