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Lips aren't sealed

BY Team Intern in General

Governor Brad Henry of the OK state made an official announcement released last week stating that he will sign an executive order tomorrow, on April 28 at 2 pm, naming the Flaming Lips song 'Do You Realize?' as the official rock song of Oklahoma, overriding the House. Henry's press statement continued, 'For more than 20 years, (they) have produced creative, fun and provocative rock music' which has 'earned them Grammys, glowing critical acclaim and fans all over ... Read More
Who ever said New Yorkers were rude or unhelpful? In what might be the cutest art/social experiment conducted in the history of art/social experiments ever, NYU art student Kacie Kinzer made a smiling cardboard robot that could only move in one direction and let it loose in Manhattan to see who would help it out. There's a video of the experiment at Gizmodo. She placed the little dude (called a Tweenbot) in one corner of Washington Square Park with a flag ... Read More
Don't forget, listening parties for Peaches' I Feel Cream kick off TONIGHT in NYC! Get all the info for tonight and next week's (April 30th) listening party in Chicago, ... Read More

Supporting Saberi

BY Web Intern in General

If you've been following the news, you probably know by now that American journalist Roxana Saberi has been convicted of spying in Iran and sentenced to eight years in prison. Saberi's attorney told the Associated Press there will be an appeal. Saberi, 31, who has dual citizenship in the United States and Iran and has freelanced for NPR, FOX, and the BBC, was first arrested in January (after being detained for buying a bottle of wine), and accused of working ... Read More
Internationally acclaimed Women Make Movies filmmaker Kim Longinotto, is being honored with a 2 week exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Here's a lady getting some well-deserved recognition for her 'compelling human portraits... and compassionate treatment of difficult topics', through fearless cinema verite style from the perspective of society's unheard voices. With 14 documentaries made by Longinotto over a 30 year span, including award winning pieces ... Read More

It's About Periods

BY Web Intern in General

Do you remember getting your first period? Whether it is funny, embarrassing, celebratory, or anticlimactic, most women feel their lives change in some way at that moment. But it's not very often that we talk about it, or share our first period stories with younger girls who might be anticipating menstruation with a sense of uncertainty. Eighteen-year-old editor Rachel Kauder-Nalebuff is trying to change that with My Little Red Book, an anthology of stories about ... Read More
Happy Earth Day y'all! To celebrate, we're launching our most earth-friendly subscription offer ever: Subsribe to BUST before April 30, and, in addition to a year's worth of BUST magazine delivered right to your door, you'll get instant access to your first issue, a full year of our brand-new digital issues, earth-friendly, hassle-free renewals, AND 3 free bonus digital issues! Download our digital issues and save them forever or read them right on-screen (yes, ... Read More

Happy Earth Day!

BY Dawn in General

  Take it from Paul Rudd, Elmo, and a newish Sesame Street character that I'm too old to know...The Earth rocks! Let's take care of her, ... Read More
Last week BUST's Priya Jain interviewed the inimitable Janeane Garofalo before her stand up show at Comix. Here we present Part 1, as Janeane has so many interesting things to say, it's impossible to edit her down! Over the next few weeks we'll be posting additional parts of the interview. (sorry we did not get this up sooner, ... Read More
Last year, we had the chance to speak to Isabella Rosellini about the series of short films she was doing for the Sundance Channel, called Green Porno. In that first series, she investigated the sex lives of insects. Now she's back with another Green Porno series. BUSTs contributing editor Molly Simms sat down to discuss the new films with her, and photographer Michael Lavine shot and ... Read More