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According to Toronto newspaper The Star, a registered nurse in Toronto was evicted from the tiny room she rented after returning from a long shift. She had only been home for 45 minutes when police officers were knocking on her door insisting that her landlady “wanted her out” and that she had to “leave now”. She was being evicted after a series of arguments with her landlady over health issues with her being a nurse and living in the house. So, after working 15-hours at the...
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has officially ended her 2020 presidential campaign. The senator was unable to amass the number of delegates needed to move forward and won no states in the process either, including her home state of Massachusetts. In a call to campaign staff earlier today, Warren tells us the ultimate takeaway from her campaign should be this: "Choose to fight only righteous fights, because then when things get tough — and they will — you will know that there is only one option...
As Joe Biden was struggling through his Super Tuesday speech, something incredible happened. Vegan anti-milk protestors stormed the stage, shouting “Let Dairy Die.” Fearing for former Vice President Biden, Senior Advisor Symone Sanders and Dr. Jill Biden leaped into action. Because this all happened so quickly, let’s break down this split second maneuver. BREAKING: Protesters rush the stage toward Joe Biden during #SuperTuesday night speech; they were stopped by people near Biden. Biden is continuing with his speech. pic.twitter.com/0tI9uSj7pQ — NBC News (@NBCNews) March 4, 2020 With stiff...
It’s almost that time of the month: Valentine’s Day! Though Friday, February 14 is arguably the most romantic night of the year, this V-day, spend your night with someone you love while supporting something you love. For that, Panache Booking and New York Night Train have just the event for you: Village of Love's Planned Parenthood Benefit at TV Eye on Feb. 14 at 9 p.m.  This Valentine’s Day, musical artists from all over New York City’s underground will be breathing life back into your favorite...

Every year, we keep track of our most-read articles and compile them in one place for your reading pleasure. This year is a little different, because not only is it the end of the year, it's the end of the decade. We have 10 important reads that cover topics including toxic femininity, death doulas, the Cornflake Christians, and more. So, here are our top reads of 2019—which you should read again!   10. "Derry Girls" Is The New-To-Netflix TV Show You Should Be Watching by Verena Hutter Derry Girls via...
  Style legends and punk sister duo Tish and Snooky Bellomo of your favorite hair dye company Manic Panic will be at BUST’s Craftacular Fair this weekend!             View this post on Instagram                   We are SO excited to have the OG legends and punk pioneers @tishandsnooky of @manicpanicnyc at the fair! ❤️ ・・・ #NYC! Don't miss the @BUST_Magazine Craftacular where you can get meet us and get a signed copy our new book, Manic Panic: Living In Color from 1:30PM to 4:00PM on Saturday and 12:00 - 3:00PM on...
  The BUST Craftacular—N.Y.C.’s longest-running indie craft fair, now in its 14th year –is welcoming 200-women-owned brands to Brooklyn’s Industry City (Factory Floor, 220 36th St., Brooklyn, NY, 11232) on December 7th and 8th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for a shopping event unlike any other. And this year, attendees can also choose from over 60 lady-led classes, including 11 occult-inspired workshops perfect for woo-woo women who like to take a walk on the witchy side. Peruse these great options, all of which are available...
  We’ve seen the first person to step foot on the moon, the first Mars landing, the first space tourist, and now: the first alleged crime in space. Mid-orbit, astronaut Anne McClain floated in front of a NASA computer and pulled up an online banking log-in page. She tapped in a username and password and waited. It worked: while suspended inside the International Space Station, McClain logged into a bank account that wasn’t hers.* The account actually belonged to Summer Worden—her ex. Back on earth, Worden noticed something was...
The past two days for Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib have well reflected their time in office so far. That is to say, they’ve faced intense and often discriminatory opposition from domestic and international politicians, but more than that, they’ve proven their ability to lead even when it’s unpopular. Making headlines today is the ongoing controversy over the Congresswomen’s trip to Israel planned by the Palestinian organization Miftah. The two have been seen as divisive on the topic of Israel because of their support...
Whether you create content for the platform or simply enjoy the videos of animals skateboarding, it shouldn’t come as a shock that YouTube is the world’s largest video streaming site, averaging at 2 billion monthly viewers. With that level of traffic, the power and influence YouTube has over the creatives, who use its services, is undeniable. The algorithmic workings of YouTube’s software are a well-kept secret, but we do know the site can and will promote the content it deems favorable and suppress the material...