BY Nicole Finkbiner in Boob Tube on Jul 19, 2010 |
Last Wednesday, the hilarious and equally unpredictable, Tracy Morgan appeared on The Tonight Show and proved exactly why we made him our April/May cover dude.
After telling Jay about how experiencing Colin Powell’s warm embrace moved him to tears, Tracy weighed in on the now infamous Gibson tapes.
“They’re selling like hot cakes in Compton,” he says.
[Actually, it turns out an album of 15 Mel-inspired ... Read More
BY Intern Brittany J. in General on Jul 19, 2010 |
Attention! To those interested in the BUST Blog, BUST Magazine, and media in all shapes and sizes who are looking for something to do this Thursday night:
6-8 Months gallery is showing the film Until the End of the World on July 22nd from 6:30 - 11 PM, as well as having a discussion afterward led by Laura Simms. Highlights will include music by Jenn Kelly, Nora Balaban, Kaia Wong and a special performance from Zimbabwean musician Garikayi Tirikoti on the "lively ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Feminizzle on Jul 19, 2010 |
It is pretty common to see mannequins in store windows with an alien-like thinness, their tall willowy bodies and emotionless faces looking down on you. However, when window-shopping the other day, I happened to notice mannequins posing in a lingerie store’s window, all of whom had very visible ribs.
It’s bad enough that mannequins often have very visible nipples (why are they always turned on or freezing?), but these mannequins look as underfed as ... Read More
BY Sophie Johnson in Eat Me on Jul 16, 2010 |
Baskin Robbins announced that it will discontinue five of its 31 famous flavors including Campfire S'mores, Apple Pie a La Mode, Caramel Praline Cheesecake, Superfudge Truffle, and French Vanilla- wait FRENCH VANILLA? What?
Retirement makes sense for oddball creations like 'Miami Ice' (named for the tv show) and 'Saxy Candidate' (named for Bill Clinton), but it seems even the classics aren't ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Artsy on Jul 16, 2010 |
The House of Yes in New York City will be hosting a benefit à la mermaids for the Gulf Coast clean-up sponsored by The Oceanic Preservation Society (creators of “The Cove”) next Saturday July 24. The venue specializes in aerial performances and dance, so be prepared for an awe-inspiring production of Mermaid Lagoon!
The story line is based on a village of beautiful mermaids who use their charms to tempt sailors to follow them ... Read More