Best Pageant Ever!

BY Intern nicole! in General |

  If I had a living grandmother, I would totally want her to enter the eighth annual "Your Highness Grandmother" Pageant taking place in Brooklyn on November 15th. For this year's pageant, talents range from the typical singing and dancing to performing yoga techniques and playing the accordion. If the thought of grandmother's showcasing their talents doesn't lure you in, the ladies will also be going back in time and will model their most interesting outfits ... Read More
If you're in the mood for an evening featuring tasty vegan treats from Terry Hope Romero (it's the Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar dude!), music galore, a raffle supporting a worthy cause (the Sylvia Rivera Law Project), and DJs dishing beats for a night of endless dancing, then hey, Hartzveytik: A Heartbreak Survival Society Social might be for you. On November 14th at Southpaw in Brooklyn, you have the chance to see acts such as Soft Power (with Mary ... Read More

Well, Duh!

BY Intern nicole! in General |

According to the New York Times, even bachelors are having a hard time these days, so much so that they are having to downsize their bachelor pads and move into...smaller apartments in still-hip parts of NYC such as Soho! For a pricey city such as New York, yes, having to downsize can be a tad bit embarrassing, especially if you're used to living a somewhat glamorous life full of swinging parties where you can make passes at attractive ladies. But in an economic ... Read More
A few weeks ago, before Intern Anna left our presence here at BUST HQ, she had a status update on Facebook that left me stunned: 'edward skizrhands is probably the only good tim burton movie' Whaaaaaaaaa? Anna and I had a discussion about it later and she corrected herself, saying that Big Fish was also another good Burton film. What about Batman? Beetle Juice? Frankenweenie? Pee-Wee's Big Adventure? Ed Wood? For a Tim Burton aficionado like myself, reading ... Read More
If you're a fan of absurd comedies that have no general direction, sets that look as though they were created by kids with a fondness for construction paper, somewhat darling puppets that can be a bit kooky, and a host who is eerily similar to Charlyne Yi, I think you'll appreciate the IFC-mini Food Party. Now, I haven't actually seen full episodes of this new comedy, which supposedly only run 10 or so minutes in length, but from what I've taken a gander at on the ... Read More
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