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The Sundance Channel brings you 3 screenings of the film Guest of Cindy Sherman. Paul H-O is just a regular ol' Joe who crashes art gallery openings, video camera in hand, and entertains artists with witty assessments of their work, thus gaining quite a fan following in the New York art scene in the 1990's. One of the ladies he won over was the internationally acknowledged, press-shy Cindy Sherman. Sherman was regarded as one of the world's most significant ... Read More
Showtime is launching a new show, "Nurse Jackie," starring one of our fave ladies of all time: Edie Falco. And we have the ENTIRE first episode for you to watch, right here at BUST.com. So make like you're busy at work, pop on your headphones, and ... Read More
My first filmed interview! Here I am looking ridiculous and trying to talk about the Craftacular...at the Craftacular! It was hectic and a total blast, and thanks to everyone who came, was a vendor, took pictures, Dj'd, or just helped the day run smoothly! I could not have done any of it without dedicated BUST interns and staff. It was an extremely special day for BUST. Of course special thanks to the crafty folks at Provocraft, the green thumbs at Trees Not Trash, ... Read More

Let's dance!

BY Team Intern in Boob Tube

pictured: Chiara Clemente on location during production of her documentary 'Our City Dreams.' creds: Theo Stanley/Di San Luca Films A super-cool series will be premiering on the Sundance Channel, highlighting some of the greatest contemporary women artists. The fabulous line-up will include: Cindy Sherman, Marina Abramovic, Agnes Martin, Ghada Amer, Joan Mitchell, Nancy Spero, Alice Neel, Kiki Smith and Swoon. The series will begin next Monday, May ... Read More

I'm No Superman

BY Web Intern in Boob Tube

Last night was the series finale of Scrubs . In this intern's humble opinion, it went out well. It managed to celebrate its 8-year run but it didn't sacrifice characters or formula for the sake of sentimentality. J.D. was still a nerdy dreamer, Elliot was still slightly neurotic, Cox was still a sarcastic grump (with a heart), the Janitor was still psychotic and Turk was still, well, Turk. I think it honored itself really well. They tied up all the loose ends ... Read More