BY Maggie Carr
on Oct 30, 2012
Well, hello, lovelies! We hope you've emerged from Hurricane Sandy all safe and sound. Between the NYC subway shutdown and tons of power loss in New York and beyond, it’s gonna be a little more difficult to get posts up today on the BUST Blog—so please bear with us.
I can’t venture far out of my neighborhood due to the (supa scary) subway situation, so I’m just trying to enjoy the heck out of this random staycation. Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
on Oct 18, 2012
Are you a lady who plays the drums? Do you love jamming with other lady drummers? Do you love gathering with other lady drummers to celebrate lady drummers?
Tom Tom Magazine, the only publication dedicated to female drummers and beatmakers, are hosting a NYC subway station take-over by 100 lady drummers! These musicians will be performing in various subway stations on Saturday, October 20 from 5 PM to 7 PM. They will then all be uniting together for a “grand finale” performance from 6:30 to 7 PM in Union Square. Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole
on Oct 11, 2012
Listen to awesome music and support everyone's freedom to marry at the same time-sounds like a pretty great combination! The Freedom to Love Now! concert, taking place on October 30th in NYC, will benefit Freedom to Marry, an organization that strives for marriage equality in more states across the country (yes, please!).
The fantastic bill of performers includes Rufus Wainwright, fun., Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman), They Might Be Giants, The National, Toshi Reagon, John Cameron Mitchell with Stephen Trask, and Justin Vivian Bond. Read More
BY Intern Scarlet
on Oct 01, 2012
Never met a female cabbie in NYC before? Neither had filmmaker Diana Diroy before she started her short documentary ‘What’s A Girl Doing Here?’. This is no surprise, since out of the 46,000 cab drivers working in NYC, only 170 are female. 'What's A Girl Doing Here?', follows the story of two female cabbies in the NYC area juggling their strenuous jobs and their every day lives. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Sep 21, 2012
The New York Court of Appeals seems to think that subway masturbators are no big deal.
Last year, a man who masturbated and ejaculated on three different female subway passengers was tracked down through DNA evidence. The man, Darnell Hardware, is now out free after only one year in prison — for time served — because the Court of Appeals considers masturbating and ejaculating on someone without their consent a misdemeanor, not a felony, Gothamist reports. Read More