BY Intern Jessica W.
on Jun 19, 2012
You’ve heard of the amazing things going on in Russia. Right? You’ve heard of the protests in Red Square and surprise show at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. I know you’ve seen images of these fiercely brave women dawning balaclava head gear and outfitted in neon. Well at least I hope so. Russian all girl punk band Pussy Riot has made headlines over the past couple of months with the guerilla style activist work and the movement of women they are leading in Russia. Read More
BY Intern Kerishma
on May 22, 2012
The Occupy Wall Street movement doesn't exactly have the most shining reputation. It has been criticized for having no concrete goals or any sort of discernable structure, for oversimplifying the complex issue of the economy, and for its treatment of gender and race (among other things).
#OWS's treatment of women in particular hasn't been great. Read More
At 17, I waited for hours on end to be front-row-center for my favorite new songstress Regina Spektor at Austin City Limits. The festival experience was grueling yet thrilling, and as the show came to end, all I could think was, “That was totally worth it.”
So at her recent show, as she started to sing, a wave of nostalgia came over me. The venue for this performance, the United Palace Theater, was quite grandiose and seemingly fit for an opera. With its broad stage and clear, luminous sound, it made the perfect location for a such a relaxed, almost-cinematic experience. Read More
BY Intern Kerishma
on Apr 25, 2012
New York BUSTies, you are in for a treat! Jesymn Ward, author of the National Book Award-winning novel Salvage the Bones, will be at the NYPL as a part of the LIVE series. She will be discussing her acclaimed novel, which deals with a family’s struggle with poverty and sacrifice in the days leading up to and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, with NYPL Director of Public Programs Paul Holdengräber. “There is something about living through Katrina and hardship that refines who people are, I think,” she believes, “that showcases their most essential selves. Read More
BY Ivanna Avalos
on Apr 19, 2012
If you’re in the know with the going-ons of the New York City nightlife then you’re probably familiar with DJ Venus X. Maybe you heard her DJ at Fashion Week last fall or dance your ass off at her GHE20G0TH1K parties. I personally saw the light when BUST Crafty lady Callie passed along one of DJ Venus X’s mixes.
The 25-year-old Dominican-Ecuadorian DJ from Manhattan, born Jazmin Venus Soto, first gained attention after hosting GHE20GOTH1K with best friend Shayne Oliver, who designs Hood by Air. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Apr 09, 2012
The "Speakeasy Dollhouse," a Prohibition-era interactive play by Cynthia von Buhler, is puzzling. It’s a participatory work of theater, a whodunit and an unsolved mystery. Audience members are encouraged to study evidence before experiencing the play, which is set in a speakeasy (based on a previously constructed dollhouse set). Most importantly, it’s based on a true story: Von Buhler created "Speakeasy Dollhouse" to try and solve the mystery of her grandfather's unexplained murder, almost a century ago. Read More
BY Julisa Colón
on Mar 30, 2012
Join us for our one-day shopping extravaganza at the 8th Annual BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Spring 2012. With over 100+ vendors selling unique handmade goods, a room full of delicious specialty food vendors, a bar serving craft beer, and a DJ spinning rad tunes, this is an event you don't want to miss. The fabulous fair will take place on Saturday, April 14th (11AM-7PM) at 82 Mercer St. in SoHo, NYC.
Vendors will be selling handmade jewelry, housewares, specialty foods, cards, toys, handbags, clothing, and so much more. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Mar 29, 2012
I visited Giverny a few years ago, and "punk rock" was not the first, or second, or fiftieth thing that came to my mind while I was there. Clearly I'm just not inspired enough. When E.V. Day, feminist installation artist, sculptor, and photographer, was awarded the Munn Artists Residency by the Versailles Foundation to live on Monet's estate in Giverny in 2010, she proceeded to invite performance artist Kembra Pfahler there to collaborate on a photographic project--one that would add some edge to the classic lily pads and bridges we're all so familiar with. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Mar 20, 2012
Attention all NYC-based, Madonna-lovin' BUSTies: this Thursday, March 22, (Le) Poisson Rouge is hosting the March Madness Madonnathon to celebrate the publication of Madonna & Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop. The (incredibly titled) Madonnathon is part of a weekly event at The Gallery at LPR called The Soundtrack Series -- where host Dana Rossi invites writers to spill their stories about songs that they always associate with certain events in their lives. Read More
on Mar 05, 2012
Don't miss your chance to be a vendor at the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair 2012 -- applications close today!
This spring's one-day shopping event will take place on Saturday, April 14th from 11am-7pm at 82 Mercer St. in SoHo, NYC.
The BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Spring 2012 will feature: • 100+ craft and food vendors -- any and all handmade crafts and specialty foods are welcome. • A beautiful event space at 82 Mercer Street in the heart of SoHo. Read More