Our BUST-crush, musician Kelis (who's featured in our Apr/May 2014 issue), and her infamous song "Milkshake" made a special appearance at the recent Scripps National Spelling Bee. When contestant Sriram Hathwar, 14, was asked to use the word “feijoada” in a sentence, the "pronouncer" Dr. Jacques Bailly read: “While Tabitha discovered that her milkshake brought all the boys to yard …” before he was cut off by an off-camera voice. Dr. ... Read More
My first foray into witchcraft began two summers ago, when I decided to try a love spell.  I have always been fascinated by the concept of witchcraft – a connection of one’s body, mind and soul into the earth around us – and luckily for me, my mother is totally obsessed with witches.  My family and I would always joke that my mother was a witch in a former life (although we did find that a distant relative on my father’s side was ... Read More
I’ve been an intern at BUST since February and I have to say, it’s been a wild ride. When I started my internship, I knew that I wouldn’t have a difficult time finding stories to talk about (luckily women are so awesome and talented that there is always something new and exciting to share!)  But, as I’m about to finish my time at BUST, I can say I truly had no idea what I was in for. My most recent reflection came from the absolutely ... Read More
I’ve been a pretty committed fan of the ABC reality television show  The Bachelor (a.k.a. the show for which I have the most-conflicted feelings)  since the first season in 2002. I was 10. Part of me loves the romantic fairy tale vibe (What?! I’m a human being! Why wouldn’t I want a Prince Charming?) and part of me gets sick about the entire concept. Hence, my conundrum with those who tote the show's female-centric spin off (The ... Read More
Let's hear it for the NJ Girl Scouts who are making us proud with their involvement in the #BanBossy movement! The New Jersey Courier-Post, a South Jersey newspaper, featured an empowering and inspiring video and article where young NJ Girl Scouts discuss what it means to them to be a leader and how they feel about the term “bossy”. The "Ban Bossy" movement was launched by the national Girl Scout CEO Anna Maria Chavez and Facebook ... Read More
I know you might be trying to forget some of your horrible 90s-fashion-inspired moments, like how you wore a massive rasta hat or almost got a tattoo of a daisy inside a yin yang on your shoulder. But there *are* some things about the 90s that are worth remembering, and we're not just talking about Clueless. Take, for example, 90s rock band 4 Non Blondes-- the group behind the megahit single "What's Up." The band had a one-time reunion this past weekend, at ... Read More
I have always been obsessed with the idea of growing up in a different decade. Would I still look like me? Would I still be like me? How would I dress?!   So it's no surprise that I am obsessed with Ohio State University student Annalisa Hartlaub's photo project “Counter//Culture." Hartlaub, 16, created a photo series in which she interprets styles from previous decades. Using herself as a model, Hartlaub showcases fashion from previous decades ; her ... Read More
I am almost a college graduate. After four years of kicking butt, studying, hanging out with friends, going to bed too late, and several late nights in the computer lab, my time in higher education has come to a close. Whew. I guess because it’s the first week of May, there have been a lot of articles out “How to be Successful After College,” “10 Ways to Find a Job,” etc. etc. They are stressing me the freak out. What if I do ... Read More
In case y'all missed it, Queen Diane Keaton appeared Tuesday on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new book (!!!) Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty, released this week.    Keaton, 68, was dressed in pure Annie Hall fab, and she gave a delightful, signature-Keaton-charm interview, hat and all. She talked about talk show nerves (it was her first interview with Fallon), her stick-on nails from Sally Hansen, and she also shared some ... Read More
  Viewers of QVC had the awesome opportunity yesterday to watch a full hour of Dolly Parton, and purchase her new album 20 days before it’s official release on May 13th. Audiences soaked up some Dolly, as she answered questions, joked with the interviewer, and delighted the world with her bubbly antics and larger than life persona. Dolly performed live in front of a Nashville audience with new songs off of “Blue Smoke,” as well as classics ... Read More
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