BY Intern Julie
on Feb 08, 2011
BUST's managing editor, Emily Rems, squared off against Phil Freeman, writer of Headbanger metal blog for MSN Music and editor of Burning Ambulance, on NPR's Soundcheck Smackdown this afternoon! The two fiercely debated the musical significance of the well-loved and sorely missed Detroit duo the White Stripes.
Listen to Emily kick-ass here:
What do you guys think? Should the White Stripes' demise be mourned or ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton
on Jun 18, 2010
Getting into the Father's Day spirit, here's BUST's own Emily Rems talking with Celeste Headlee and Rafer Guzman about the best movie dads on NPR's "The Takeaway." Happy Father's Day to all those dads out there!
As far as film dads go, I gotta love Mac McGuff, Juno's dad. I mean, check out his dadly wisdom:
Dad (Mac): Look, in my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. ... Read More
Tomorrow, June 16th, our own BUST-y darling Emily Rems will be appearing on local internet radio show, "Rew and Who?" This segment of the show, entitled "Andy Warhol's 15 Minutes of Fame," runs from 4-6, but you can catch Ms. Rems promptly at 5:15. "...15 Minutes..." is a "quirky, raw internet show featuring 'rizing starz and living legendz' [of which Ms. Rems is certainly the latter] in and passing through NYC...Oprah meets the Lower East Side..." BUST yer way ... Read More
BY Lisa Kirchner
on Jun 09, 2010
To those who ask, "Can't we all just get along?" We at BUST say, "Where's the fun in that?" Hear our own Emily Rems debate who has got the best late night band on NPR's Soundcheck Smackdown. Hint: Rems has some different ideas... If that's not enough opinionator for you, have a listen as our Eat Me columnist Chef Rossi describes the perfect summer encounter. (Maybe she's talking about sex, maybe BBQ sauce; have a listen and you decide.)
Jimmy Fallon's house ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton
on May 28, 2010
"Sex and the City 2" has had a lot of criticism and harsh reviews since it's release not even 36 hours ago. NPR's "The Takeway" contributor Rafer Guzman says SATC2 is bad for men and women because of it's unrealistic portrayal of, well, everything. BUST's own Emily Rems defends the SATC franchise, highlighting the importance (and feminist perspective) of women's friendships in the show and movies. Go Emily!
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