BY Katie Zanin in Artsy on Sep 16, 2010 |
"Harvest" is this Fall's newest installment at The Artist's Room. The multimedia art show will be opening on Thursday, October 28th with a gala reception from 6:30-8:30PM. The show will feature artwork from Rochelle "Rocky" Scott, M.P. Landis and BUST's own Eat Me columnist, Chef Rossi.
50% of the proceeds from all sales will go directly to City Harvest, a food rescue organization dedicated to New York City's hungry men, women and children for over 25 ... Read More
Last Tuesday I received the email of my life. It was from The Dresden Dolls mailing list and as it turned out, which you may already know, the Dolls were heading out on a mini tour, which would be started by a 10-Year Bandiversary show in NYC at the Fillmore. On Halloween, no less! This is frickin' fabulous, as the pair hasn't toured in a good three years. In case you are curious, here's what the rest of the dates look like:
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Eat Me on Sep 15, 2010 |
I’m not sure how many of you had the unfortunate experience of being shipped off to camp for a few weeks out of the summer, but for me the trauma lingers on like the scent of insect repellent and sweat after a half dozen games of Capture the Flag. Mom and Dad may have partied it up while you spent your formidable years making birdfeeders out of peanut butter and pinecones, and coaxing fellow campers into eating mysterious red berries, but now it’s your turn for ... Read More
BY emily dirienzo in Style File on Sep 15, 2010 |
I’ll admit it’s nearly impossible for me to discuss New York's Fashion Week without a hint of cynicism, but when I stumbled upon the Gothamist’s tribute to Fashion Weeks passed I couldn’t help but drool all over my keyboard. The NYC blog does a virtual time warp as it takes a look back at three memorable decades of fashion: the 1960s, ‘50s and ‘40s, and the couture coveted by women around the world.
As you click through ... Read More
BY Phoebe Magee in Style File on Sep 15, 2010 |
One somewhat unusual event this Fashion Week took place Sunday at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, with the screening of Voula Duval's debut short "The Trophy Wife." "The Trophy Wife" follows an Upper East Side woman's chance meeting with a "tomboy" music producer, and ends with the two women's new-york-minute romance. Now I'm fairly new to this whole thing, but it seems to me that short films by first-time directors, not to mention short films by female ... Read More