Tracy Morgan, BUST's April/May cover man is performing tonight through Sunday at the iconic Comedy Club Caroline's on Broadway. The hilarious 30 Rock and former SNL star is a "special engagement" at Caroline's,  and the main squeeze of the "Men We Love" issue. The best part is copies of the new issue will be available for FREE, before it even hits the newsstands on every table at the club! Attendees will get to take home a copy of Tracy in BUST, and see him ... Read More
Feminism is “an old-fashioned concept” and “doesn’t seem relevant," according to Sarah Beardsley, the 47-year-old publisher of Venus magazine, which she recently purchased from the two real estate agents who had themselves purchased the magazine only a few years earlier from its founder, Amy Schroeder. As reported by the Chicago Reader, Beardsley’s solution for saving the  zine seems to leave any association with the dreaded ... Read More
Crafts for a Cause, a project benefitting Artists for Peace and Justice, is auctioning off custom made crafts and artwork by some of our favorite artists and musicians.  Featuring pieces created by Le Tigre, Cat Power, Aziz Ansari, Feist, Jenny Lewis, M. Ward, Tegan & Sara, and Vampire Weekend just to name a few, all proceeds will be donated to Artists for Peace which covers all of their overhead expenses and donates 100% of what they raise to relief ... Read More
Check out Gossip's latest video for "Pop Goes the World," the third single from their sophmore album Music for Men. Directed by Philip Andelman who has dreamed up videos for the likes of Jay-Z, Silversun Pickuups, and Maxwell, the colorful electric light spectacular is a perfect complement to the song's electro-rock feel.            And don't forget to catch Gossip on their spring/summer tour! 04/17/10 INDIO, CA ... Read More
             If you don’t know Erin Cressida Wilson by her name, you may know her by her characters.  The sweet, hurt, hopeful secretary played by Maggie Gyllenhaal in Steven Shainberg’s Secretary—the one who’s into spanking—she is partly the product of Erin’s imagination.  Diane Arbus was, of course, a living person, but the “imaginary portrait” of her displayed in ... Read More
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