BY Maggie Carr in Feminizzle on Dec 11, 2012 |
I can’t get behind elaborate touchdown dances or emotionally overwrought ESPN documentaries, but I’ll always appreciate the hard work of the mascots on the sidelines.
One of my earliest sports memories is being nuzzled by the Phillie Phanatic as I played a pre-game show on the field with my elementary school band. (Popularity: I haz it.) And at my alma mater, inflatable mascot (and John McCain doppelganger) Baldwin the Eagle was known for a tricky ... Read More
BY Maggie Carr in Crafty on Dec 11, 2012 |
Seattleites! Head to Babeland Seattle (707 E. Pike St. on Capitol Hill) tonight at 7 P.M. for a kinky holiday-themed crafting session with BUST! Don your finest holiday sweater to peruse the boutique’s sexy toys and accessories—and stick around for the annual lighting of Babeland’s holiday bush.
It’s gonna be hot, hot, hot. Hope to see you there!
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BY Maggie Carr in Music Stuff on Dec 11, 2012 |
We're obsessed with this jam here at BUST HQ. Thrifting! Highly danceable beats! Footed onesies! Children! Fur rippling through the air in epic slow-mo! What's not to love? It already has 25 million hits on Youtube! How did we not know about this until last week? What is wrong with us? Now we need to listen to it every day just to make up for lost time!This IS fucking ... Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing in General on Dec 11, 2012 |
In an industry that has always been considered a bit of a boys club, it's refreshing to see a woman’s name anywhere in the mix. Comic books were, after all, a "boy thing" for quite some time. Boys read them, boys collected them, boys were, almost exclusively, the main characters to appear in them. But in the last couple of decades, girls have started to become readers, collectors and stars of their own books. Slowly, women have started writing and drawing ... Read More
BY Genevieve Bleidner in Artsy on Dec 10, 2012 |
Adrienne Truscott, whose performance art and choreography have earned her international acclaim, is debuting her improvisational solo piece “…Too Freedom…” a show that aims to confront and challenge the norms of human interaction and self-presentation.Truscott touches on many different genres with her work and has been creating in NYC for over 15 years. She has recently produced several short and evening-length dance theater pieces, ... Read More