BY Kate Senecal in General on Jun 07, 2011 |
If you live in New York City and like fun, be sure to check out The Printup, an event blog that gives you a heads up about parties, fundraisers, art and music events, and not-to-be-missed opportunities to buy super hot shoes for cheap (see these Y-3 sneakers). The Printup has the skinny on things like the howaboutwe (a dating site based on going on great dates) sponsored 90’s dance party at Tribeca Grand Studios that’s happening on June ... Read More
BY debbie in Sexy on Jun 07, 2011 |
The truth has outed. The weiner was Weiner’s, as was the chin/nose shot, the two pussies (which were actually cats, what did you think, pervert?) and the chest shot, which seemed to me the most suspect of all, as I have never seen so little body hair on a Jewish man. There were no “hackers,” who may now enter the vernacular as a descriptor for an shadowy, omniscient demimonde whose nefarious powers are feared and misunderstood by the body ... Read More
BY Grace Evans in Eat Me on Jun 07, 2011 |
The protection of wild and captive elephants isn’t something that comes on my radar very often, but in the documentary One Lucky Elephant that opens tomorrow, it is an issue that is depicted with all of it’s complexities and a heartfelt look at true friendship.
David Balding adopted Flora, an orphaned baby African elephant, and started a circus with her as the central performer. After spending 16 years together, David realizes that Flora is no longer ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 06, 2011 |
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will take place June 16-30 at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center in New York. This year the festival features 19 films from 12 countries, and nine female directors. As we all know, the film industry (like many others) is overwhelmingly male-dominated, so this gender equality is highly commendable.
Though perhaps we should expect no less from Human Rights Watch, which is a truly wonderful organization devoted to ... Read More
BY Nikki in General on Jun 06, 2011 |
On Saturday, June 11th, Menstrual Monday presents their first Girls of Summer Alley Cat bike race, sponsored by BUST Magazine! This race through Seattle's city streets is open to all ladies with bikes, regardless of skill level. Participants will have a chance to win over $2000 worth of prizes, including one-year subscriptions to BUST Magazine.To enter, register at the I-5 colonnade on June 11th at 2 PM. The race begins at 3 PM and costs $5.For more details, ... Read More