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Gaga or Madonna?

BY Laurie in General

Who would you rather hang out with? While I am the last person in the world to have anything good to say about pop music, radio songs, or whatever it is you want to call it, after watching Gag's and Madge goofing around on SNL , I started thinking about the old and the new, and tho I've never been a fan of their music, you've gotta hand it to these ladies for making BIG strides in the business on their own merit. I started compiling my lists of the pros and cons. In Gaga's favor, 1. the outfits, koo-koo crazy and ALWAYS amazing 2. the piano playing 3. writes her own songs 4. Read More

Get Schooled

BY Web Intern in General

BUST believes there's a DIY-er in all of us; we just need the right project and some encouraging instruction to get us going. If you're an aspiring DIY diva, or a craft maven looking for some new tricks, bring your right brain to Brooklyn this Saturday for the first annual Brooklyn Skillshare ! Local experts in everything from henna to kombucha brewing to bag making to magic tricks will be on hand, giving 90-minute mini courses on the art of being artsy. Read More
Carrie Fisher is one of those celebrities that I love in the back of my mind, but who isn't part of my daily life. However, when I saw that she had a one-woman show up at Studio 54, I had to go. 'Wishful Drinking' is a humble and humorous romp through Fisher's various marriages (totally forgot she was married to Paul Simon!) and mental breakdowns that showcases how Princess Leia herself is still crazy after all these years. Read More
Check out the video (made by Katy of the VG's) of our day at the haunted house in the country shooting our Nancy Drew inspired fashion story. Read More

Oh the Cuteness!

BY intern Amber in General

A character called 'Lottie the Otter' will make her debut in the new Winnie-the-Pooh book, 'Return to the Hundred Acre Wood.' Written by David Benedictus and illustrated by Mark Burgess, Lottie is described as 'a smart and elegant character.' Dutton Children's Books imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group, who released the book yesterday, say that Lottie 'has her own ideas about how things should be done and believes that everyone should follow the correct etiquette. Read More