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<--- He's a winner! I'm not really into sports.  And I'm not really into Nike either.  And I don't really pay that much attention to sports endorsements BUT when Nike endorses sexual assault offenders even I'm like, "What the hell, Nike?  You managed to not meet the exceedingly low expectations I have for you. Read More
We're still waiting for the new Hole record to arrive here at BUST HQ (??) so since it's out this week, and in the interest of punctuality, I've decided to re post our good friend and music columnist Everett True's in-depth (and funny) review of Courtney's latest Nobody's Daughter. Everett has successfully attempted to do a "live review" of the first time he laid ears on the CD. For more of the awesome Everett, you can check him out here or in the pages of BUST Magazine.   Hey. Glad you could make it. Read More
Thank you, Peter Elkind, for wresting yet another freak show moment from the annals of Eliot Spitzerdom. In his new book, Rough Justice, Elkind quotes the former governor's wife as saying, "The wife is supposed to take care of the sex. This is my failing; I wasn't adequate." Does that not sound disingenuous to anyone else? Even for the Xanax-faced bride who stood by Spitzer in one of the best/worst press conferences ever. (Tiger, had you brought your wife to your conference, you might own this title. Next time!) Silda Wall must really love being remembered as The Good Wife. Read More
  Today's PETA ad in the Chicago Tribune has set off a maelstrom in the blogosphere. People just love to hate PETA. But for this? Because it's tacky? As opposed to what, the way these animals are treated? In playing the first character on TV to have an abortion, Arthur didn't exactly shy away from controversy in her lifetime. And that stone cold stare? Classic Bea/Maude. The fullpage ad explains everything, and not in fine print. Arthur supported PETA in her lifetime and left them a donation in her will. Read More
Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like: on Cinco de Mayo, 20 contenders, hoping to be named the best guac of the evening, will serve their mashed avocado creations to the attendees of Guactacular 2010 (presented by at the Bell House in Gowanus, Brooklyn. From 7-8, free Tecate and Dos Equos will be served. BUST’s own Lisa Butterworth will be one of the official judges of the guac along with Jess Amason of BuzzFeed/This is Why You’re Fat and Kelly Reeves of Urlesque. Read More
Kartina R., of This Moi blog, has an interesting post up today about lipstick, which she has allowed us to share with you. Lipstick is a fascinating thing. On Tuesday a New York  theater did not pick a play of mine to be a part of their one-act marathon. On Wednesday I felt sorry for myself. On Thursday a good thing happened to me. An accomplishment of sorts. On Friday I wore lipstick. On Saturday and Sunday I did as well. Bright. Red. Thick. Matte. Lipstick is not an unusual choice for me. I have many shades and many textures. There are violets, neon pinks, corals, and browns. Read More
Our cover boy Tracy Morgan, was on Jimmy Fallon last night and he was very funny, as usual. They talked about Tracy now being A-List and appearing on the cover of a magazine (ahem), as well as crying on the Oprah show. We're super stoked that Jimmy was as excited for Tracy's BUST cover as we are! Tracy made a great segue from the Astronaut suit to the crazy lady Astronaut who wore depends, god I love that story. Read More
New York City's best craft fair is back in time for Spring! The one and only BUST Spring Craftacular is more than just a craft fair, but a celebration of all things handmade, unique and vintage! You have just 3 days left to get your application in-Friday is the deadline. We accept all kinds of crafty wares from clothing, jewelry, housewares, to handbags, hair accessories, food and so much more. It's super simple to apply, just fill out the form here, and either pay the $10 processing fee online or via check. So, don't delay, and get that application in today. Read More

Porn for Women

BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me

Dear xkcd, I love you.  Very much. Read More
THIS SATURDAY, April 10th, is the deadline for photography submissions for a summer exhibition in San Francisco’s City Hall.  The International Museum of Women, located on Montgomery Street in SF’s Financial District, is a “social change museum” acting under this professed mission: to value the lives of women around the world.  In that spirit, the museum is calling for photographers around the world to submit their own representations of “women... participating in the current global economy as leaders and agents of positive change. Read More