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If you’re in NYC this weekend The Festival of Ideas for the New City is taking place, a brand new collaboration between downtown organizations, universities, art institutions and community groups aimed at affecting positive change in the city. The Festival includes three components: a StreetFest, a conference and a variety of independent projects. The festival will serve as a meeting point for the creative community to imagine ways to bring about change and innovation and to create a dialogue with the public to make this happen. Read More
  The Lonely Island have joined forces with Snoop Dog to bring us their latest single, “Turtleneck & Chain,” the title track of their new album. If, like me, you’ve sat in front of your laptop streaming videos of ‘I’m on a Boat” or “Dick in a Box,” laughing your tail off, then “Turtleneck & Chain” won’t disappoint. The Lonely Island tell us all about how fancy turtlenecks, thin gold chains, and drinking light beer in public improves both their public persona and their sex lives. Read More
Looking for interesting food related fun? Look no further than Something I Ate, a collaborative food and art project hosted and curated by one of the amazing gals in this month’s food issue, Sam Kim, founder of Skimkim foods and Kat Popiel of On Plate, Still Hungry. This Friday in Brooklyn gallery, Rouge58, several artists will showcase their seven-day documentation of personal eating experiences culminating in works using any kind of media they prefer from photo or paint to fashion or film. All in the name of creative food exploration. Read More
We love us some Mama Earth, and we know you do, too. That's why we decided to celebrate by giving away a free digital edition of our current issue -- the Food Issue featuring Liv Tyler. If you've never had the chance to flip through a copy of BUST, here's your chance! Once you sign up, you can read the issue on any web-browser enabled device, including your iPad and iPhone. Read More
Using methods of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Lisa Fortin of the Brooklyn-based Placenta Healing Arts provides new mothers in the NYC area with placenta encapsulation, tincture, and art print services. After the birth of her second child, Lisa Fortin decided to seek out placenta encapsulation services, but instead taught herself how to do.   As an alternative to the ancient ritual, Fortin provides a less threatening technique by processing the placenta down to a powder and then encapsulates it into approximately 80-110 capsules. Read More
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