BY Jules Abraham in Music Stuff on May 19, 2010 |
BUST recently profiled the King and Queenpins of New Orleans Bounce, and now here's your shot to get a taste for yourself!
Big Freedia and Rusty Lazer are bouncin' their way to Brooklyn this friday at Coco66 and there's gonna be azz everywhere-AZZ EVERYWHERE! If you've never been on the frontlines of a bounce dancefloor, you haven't lived! As that addictive triggerman beat seeps into your bloodstream, you won't be able to help but drumroll your muscles into the ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Crafty on May 19, 2010 |
As the most stylish New Yorkers know, Timeout Magazine is the place to go when you're looking for great restaurants, music, art, and shopping in and around NYC. That being said, it's no wonder that they featured the BUST Spring Craftacular this week in the website's shopping section!
The 2010 BUST Spring Craftacular is this Sunday, May 23 at the Warsaw in Brooklyn, NY.
In addition to 50 indie designers, artists, and craftspeople, the BUST ... Read More
BY Carmen Rios in Feminizzle on May 19, 2010 |
Emily May of New York City started Hollaback! NYC in 2005 in an effort to combat street harassment. An incredibly underreported, justified, and accepted form of discrimination against women and LGBTQ people, street harassment occurs on public transportation, in crowded areas, and close to home for most folks in urban areas.
What started as a tool of instant justice: May had New Yorkers photograph and submit blog posts about their harassers, has grown into a ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Crafty on May 18, 2010 |
A tear, a scratch, or a missing buckle can mean a tragic end for a treasured vintage piece, or it can be the beginning of a Shara Porter creation.
Porter travels the country searching through thrift stores, gathering discarded accessories, and returning them to their former glory.
She makes these found objects her own with the addition of a beautiful, quirky, and often unexpected hand-printed image (like this guinea pig coin purse!)
Shara Porter will be ... Read More
Last February it was reported that for the first time in American history, women were expected to dominate the country’s workforce.
This was of course due to the fact that 82 percent of the job losses at that point had befallen men in predominately male job sectors such as construction and ... Read More