on May 11, 2014
If you've ever taken a trip with your mom to the Mall, or as in my case, taken your kids to the mall, you will no doubt appreciate this awesome clip by our favorite Mom impersonator, John Roberts. He also plays the voice of Linda Belcher on Bob's Burgers, and most certainly loves his mama. Happy Mothers Day!
Check out his YouTube page for more awesome videos by ... Read More
on May 04, 2014
We can’t believe it’s finally time for the first-ever BUST Craftacular's Primped, our shopping and pampering expo for stylish rebels. We absolutely cannot wait to see all your faces this today in Brooklyn!
This beautiful beast of an event brings together the very best of the Brooklyn indie scene, including one-of-a-kind vintage and handmade fashion, rocking DJs, locally sourced food, free salon services (nail DIYs, a braid bar, hair ... Read More
on May 03, 2014
How many times have you passed by a homeless person, and not noticed them? Living in N.Y.C. I would venture to guess that number would be very, very high. It's not often that we stop to talk to, or even look at the homeless. It's something we'd simply rather not acknowledge. Maybe because its scary to think that anyone could be sitting there, a loved one, or possibly ourselves? Well the folks over at the New York Rescue Mission have cleverly created an incredibly ... Read More
on Apr 11, 2014
A bunch of BUST editors and friends were asked to judge Jonathan Toubin’s Soul Clap and Dance-Off a few weekends ago, and we had SOOOOO much fun! Above is a pic of the winner, Elizabeth Arnold (aka #66) who's moves were undeniable. The second runner up was also fantastic, but we didn't catch his name because, frankly, judging is hard work and you need to drink the entire time, so by 2 am we were pretty wasted. Sorry #100!
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on Mar 28, 2014
We’re excited to stay up late on Saturday night at the Brooklyn Bowl and do what we do best, JUDGE! Jonathan Toubin’s New York Night Train's Soul Clap and Dance-Off will celebrate seven years of being the world's most popular soul 45 dance party, and we want you to come out and show us your moves! You can enter the dance contest to win $100 cash (first prize) or a $75 Vintage gift certificate. See event details below!
Special guest DJs will be Jon ... Read More
on Mar 26, 2014
The ladies of BUST are excited to stay up late this Saturday night at the Brooklyn Bowl and do what we do best: JUDGE!
Jonathan Toubin’s New York Night Train's Soul Clap and Dance-Off will celebrate seven years of being the world's most popular soul 45 dance party, and we want you to come out and show us your moves! You can enter the dance contest to win $100 cash (first prize) or a $75 vintage gift certificate.
Special guest DJs will be Jon Spencer ... Read More
on Nov 22, 2013
At the NY premiere of Beth B's latest documentary, EXPOSED–which pulls back the curtain on the NYC Burlesque scene–there was a touching moment during the Q+A that followed the screening: A young audience member revealed that she had grown up in a very closed-minded family, and wept as she thanked the performers for their bravery.
This was just one of the many moments that made me realize that this special movie--which discusses sexuality, letting ... Read More
on Nov 21, 2013
We recently heard from some Australian BUSTies who are in dire need of picking up the latest issue of BUST Magazine, so we asked our distributor for a list of stores in the country that carry BUST.
Of course you can subscribe, or for immediate satisfaction, you can buy the magazine digitally here. Easy as that!
Happy Reading, with love from BUST! xo
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on Nov 07, 2013
Legendary NY filmmaker Beth B is best known for her underground No Wave films of the 70’s and 80s and is considered to be one of the main progenitors of the Cinema of Transgression movement. She has recently turned her lens on one of the most fascinating genres of the past decade, the weird and wonderful world of the NYC burlesque scene. She explores eight of the major players and their passion for the art in her new documentary, Exposed. Some of our most ... Read More
on Oct 29, 2013
It was a sad and shocking Sunday when the word got out that Lou Reed had passed away. There’s no denying the profound influence that his songs and persona had on hundreds of thousands of bands, artists and freaks who wanted to move to New York City, soak up any cool that was left, do drugs, and make the scene. The Velvet Underground will always be known as the band with the least amount of commercial success who inspired the most malcontents to pick up ... Read More