Rashida Jones Chats it Up!

BY Jenni in General |

Rashida Jones sat down with journalists last week to chat about being more than just another girlfriend in I Love You, Man, exiting The Office, and her upcoming TV show with BUST's fave cover girl, Amy Poehler. Q. Can you talk a bit about your upcoming project with Amy Poehler? A. It's called Parks and Recreation, and it comes on April 9 on NBC. It is a comedy about local government and the challenges that you face when trying to actually execute any kind of ... Read More

BUST goes to SXSW!

BY Susan in Music Stuff |

This week some of the ladies from BUST will be heading down to Austin, TX for the annual music festival, SXSW! BUST has been a huge fan and participant in SXSW for years, not only sponsoring events, but throwing our own last year as well. Check out pics from the awesome Hangover Lounge last year here . This year we are going to be all over the fest, covering shows and parties like never before. BUST is sponsoring two majorly awesome showcases, one at the new Bird's ... Read More
Ever wanted a brightly colored pair of Nikes sporting a portrait of your dog, your kid or your favorite athlete? Look no farther than Basking Ridge, NJ, where Yoa Kustoms will do exactly that -- custom design and hand paint your very own one-of-a-kind kicks. The Parsons-trained designer will put anything you want on your feet. The sneaker gallery on YK's site shows shoes painted with everything from abstracts to maps to cartoon characters to Eli Manning. Shoot ... Read More
This Friday the 13th, I am starting a new weekly feature. Every Friday I am introducing a new, young, lady artist/illustrator of immense talent. The world of visual arts is still a difficult place for women to get the recognition they deserve, so keep an eye on our Friday gals! With no further ado . . . Florence Gidez!Florence answered a few questions for BUST What is you favorite place in NYC to find inspiration?This past year I worked on a community garden ... Read More
This past week, I got to do one of the most fun things ever: Teach Mo Rocca to knit. Mo got himself into some hot water with the knitting community a few weeks ago (yes, there is such a thing as a 'knitting community,') when he made the horrifying 'joke' on NPR's Wait Wait..Don't Tell Me that 'I hate handknit sweaters. Handknit sweaters are always itchy.' The remark caused an uproar on knitting blogs and community sites, and Mo heard all about it. So, on the ... Read More