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So it totally bums me out that summer is coming to an end, which means that overeating at barbeques and late night rooftop parties are coming to a close as well. But we still have the month of August! And if you are trying to reassess your summer partying habits like I am, then you should totally try out this mega-delish herbal drink from our awesome health-conscious friends at Culinary Healing. Read on for the tasty recipe Ingredients: - Chai concentrate 4 ... Read More

The Tiddy Bear!!!

BY Dawn in General

About a year ago I saw this infomercial and was confused, intrigued, but also completely amused. I had forgotten about it until recently when former 'tern, Alison F. reminded me of it's weirdness. But although this commercial seems strange, it is not a joke! For too many years, drivers and passengers have suffered from the stiffness of their seat belts cutting into their shoulders. This has been a serious problem, and thank goodness somebody has finally come up ... Read More

15-Year Party Wrap Up!

BY Dawn in General

Thank you to everyone who joined BUST in blowing out the birthday candles with us at our 15-Year Anniversary Party! I can't explain the venue, Spiegelworld, as anything but breath-taking. With a full180 degree  view of Manhattan and Brooklyn, the waterfront setting that was complete with hammocks, cabanas, an outdoor dance floor, and 3 circus tents (!!!) was absolutely unbelievable. JD Samson (MEN/Le Tigre) got things started right on the turntables. As ... Read More

Apocalipstix!

BY Sarah J. in General

The Apocalipstix will rock you. A slam-bam postapocalyptic action-hero fantasy for girls, one part Tank Girl and one part Josie and the Pussycats, it's the story of a band who manages to survive World War III and sets off on the road trip to end all road trips in search of the necessities of life--food, shelter, and roaring crowds. Writer Ray Fawkes neatly turns rock'n'roll stereotypes on their heads, giving the girls the phallic symbols--guitars and guns--and ... Read More
One of the most unconventional female artists of the 20th century, Lee Miller was admired for her classical beauty, intelligence, and photographic talent. This retrospective showing now at the SF Moma spans her career as a photographer and explores her transformation from muse and model to groundbreaking artist in her own right. Born in New York in 1907, Miller modeled for Vogue before meeting Man Ray in Paris in 1929. Inspired by his work, Miller began creating ... Read More