Josh Rachford

BY Web Intern in General

                                       NYC Comedian extraordinaire Josh Rachford, the courageous leader of FUTURO (ya know, the improv group from the future) leaves the lovely Eastern coast for the sunny-sickness of Los Angeles. The only good thing that comes of such ... Read More

Be There!

BY Web Intern in General

In case you've forgotten, Gallery Hanahou in NYC (611 Broadway Suite 730) is showcasing Before and After, an exhibit for Ossu! Shugeibu. And hey, it's a BUST sponsored event so that's extra cool. The name Ossu! Shugeibu translates to Yo! Crafting Club and founder Shichi Ishizawa will be around tonight from 7-9 pm for a little surprise participatory event action. If you can't swing it tonight, on the 17th from 1-4 pm there will be a make-your-own-robot-pet ... Read More

EAGLE AND TALON

BY Web Intern in General

Thracian, the new album from Eagle and Talon, is here! It was worth the wait. Check it now on itunes, or at your local record store on the October 23rd. My favorite L.A. lady rockers will play at Public Assembly in Brooklyn on the 21st. I can't wait to dance like the angry teenager I am ... 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. The only ... 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. Most of the people in attendance at ... Read More
Every year I do this to myself...I wait too long to think of a Halloween costume and then I'm scrambling to find bits and pieces to create the perfect ensemble. Last year, a Frenchman was my costume of choice, which included a drawn on mustache, a hat that resembled a beret (who knew black berets sold-out in October?!), striped shirt, and a little red neckerchief. Ah yes, it was a cute choice. But this year? I just don't know. I'm poor so a big-to-do is not going ... Read More
Well, if you're in NYC, anyway. If you're in the area, love art, and have an interest in feminist history, you should check out The Heretics at MoMA, which starts screening this gem on Friday and runs until the following Thursday (so Oct. 9-15). The Heretics is a documentary that reveals the history of Heresies, a feminist art collective that populated lower Manhattan during the 1970s, just in time to play a pivotal role in the Second Wave of the Women's ... Read More
I don't want to give away too much about the quirky little ditty, Obvious Child, but I will say that it's an unlikely romantic comedy in that it features Jenny Slate as a woman named Donna, heartbroken and one half of a one night stand who winds up pregnant. Her sticky situation results in a trip to the doctor for an abortion and what happens on the way is where the romantic business occurs. Written by Anna Bean (a former BUST intern!), Karen Maine, and Gillian ... Read More

It's Contest Time!

BY Web Intern in General

Would you like to win a signed copy of Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno? Who wouldn't?! Anywho, this contest is super easy and two random winners will be selected. All you have to do is answer these questions based off of videos done by Ms. Rossellini herself and email susan@bust.com to enter. You have until Friday to enter so...GO! (for another chance to win go to Sunfilter's twitter page here!) Here you go, folks: 1) This insect uses darts to inflict ... Read More

But Why Bacon?

BY Web Intern in General

A few weeks ago, as she was showing off her newly crocheted piece of bacon, my cousin proclaimed:'Bacon: It's the New Cupcake.' As you may have noticed, cupcakes have been a huge trend in recent years. But my cousin was right. Lately, those adorable morsels (whose popularity is most commonly credited by Magnolia Bakery's appearance on Sex and the City) seem to be garnering some competition in our quest for quirky culinary obsessions. It started innocently ... Read More
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