BY Nikki in Crafty on Mar 31, 2011 |
Want to be part of BUST Magazine's biggest spring event to date? We've doubled the size of this year's BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair -- which takes place on Saturday, May 21st -- and moved to a beautiful new event space at 82 Mercer Street in the heart of SoHo, NYC:The BUST Craftacular is NYC's best-attended indie craft fair; it attracts thousands of eager attendees who love the unique vendors, groovy DJs, and awesome raffles!We're looking for over ... Read More
BY Nikki in Music Stuff on Mar 31, 2011 |
BUST Magazine is giving away two free tickets to the Roe on the Rocks benefit concert for Planned Parenthood NYC! The event takes place next Monday, April 4th, at Bowery Ballroom and doors open at 7 PM. The show will feature live performances from Thao with The Get Down Stay Down, Ana Egge, The Bloodsugars, and comedian host Sara Benincasa.
For your chance to win this pair of tickets, e-mail email@example.com with the subject line "Roe on the Rocks giveaway" and ... Read More
BY jodi sh doff in Feminizzle on Mar 30, 2011 |
Okay, so nobody's called her Susie Sexpert in a long time, but it's not a name she's outgrown, exactly. Susie Bright was at the forefront of sex positive activism, and the co-founder of On Our Backs. You know her from the Best American Erotica series, or from the Herotica series. Maybe you know her from the Audible show, In Bed with Susie Bright. But you know her and she's influenced your life and the world you've grown up in whether you know it or ... Read More
BY Emilie Branch in Feminizzle on Mar 30, 2011 |
"The recipe that will make him propose!"
I saw the recipe for “Engagement Chicken” in a 2004 issue of Glamour Magazine. I was 17, and the article stayed with me, perhaps because I was young enough that it made an impact. There was something both sickening yet hilarious about a lemon roasted herb chicken that would make him get down on one knee. If Glamour had to make an analogy for the recipe, it would probably read like this—Poultry: Lifelong ... Read More
I’ve seen some bad crafty pieces in my time (Regretsy anyone?), but this is definitely not one of them. This Portland-based artist deserves a medal for the meticulous work she puts into her gorgeous crochet pieces. She does amazing, detailed face paintings and city drawings as well, but it’s her crochet works of faces and cityscapes that are really special.
To see more of her amazing yarn works, check out the artist's ... Read More