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Please stay tuned for more info on our 25th anniversary party. Sign up for the Bustline newsletter for announcements. Please note the date has been moved to AUGUST 28th, 2018 at the House of Yes in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Don't miss a thing!Sign up for our newsletter to get all the party deets Submit #cf_10 .cf-btn:after { ...
In our Dec/Jan 2012 print issue, we featured Anthony Bourdain as our "Boy Du Jour." We were big fans of his here at BUST HQ and we are so sad to learn of his death. If you need help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. I’ve been trying to nab an interview with 55-year-old culinary writer, chef, pork lover, and general loudmouth Anthony Bourdain since he hit the big time in 2000 with his first book Kitchen Confidential. So when I heard he was...
Ocean’s 8 finally arrives this Friday—and the upcoming week in feminist-friendly entertainment also brings us the return of Claws and The Bold Type, new music by Shannon Shaw and Lily Allen, and more. MOVIES Ocean’s 8 Ocean’s 8 is finally here! The all-female reboot of the Ocean’s movies stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Awkwafina, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Helena Bonham-Carter, and Anne Hathaway as some snazzily-dressed criminals. We can’t wait to watch it. Directed by Gary Ross. Out Friday, June 8.   Hearts Beat Loud Kiersey Clemons and Nick...
“Pretty Hurts," according to Beyoncé, but that doesn’t mean your beauty routine should trigger an identity crisis. Fluide (fluide.us), a new queer makeup brand, is bringing diversity to an industry that is narrowly marketed toward white women. Their glitter ($12), nail polish ($15), and liquid lipsticks ($16) come in galactically inspired shades of shimmering metallics and bold primary hues, and are made to look good on everyone, all genders and skin tones included. Besides doing away with toxic beauty standards, Fluide’s products are also free of...
  President Trump issued a clemency for the lifelong criminal sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time offender incarcerated for her involvement in a 1996 drug trafficking operation. Word of the commutation broke Wednesday, reports Mic, a week after Trump held an Oval Office meeting with Kim Kardashian West during which Kardashian West advocated on behalf of Johnson, who turned 63 shortly before her release. The TV persona first began campaigning for Johnson's pardon from prison in October after seeing video footage published by Mic of Johnson sharing her story...