Here at BUST we love Instagram--it's a great way to share snapshots with your friends. But sometimes the internet just ain't enough for your dearest memories. Sometimes you want to rest your little head on them…or is that just me? Stitchtagram, the sister/brother team of Rachel and Doug Pfeffer, doesn't think that desire is too wild. They're offering up handmade pillows with digitally printed versions of your favorite Instagram shots.  It sounds like a ... Read More
French chanteuse soKo teams up with the LA Girls Choir gang for a lovely, arresting version of "How Are You" off her album I Thought I Was an Alien. The video, shot by Yours Truly (the collective, not me) , finds the group of gals in the beautiful Mojave Desert delivering a message of sustainability for Levi's Water Less campaign.  You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this video I'm into her airy voice and the simplicity of this stripped ... Read More
He Who Shall Not Be Named questioned Hillary Clinton's validity after she was named one of TIME's most influential people. This is her 6th time to make the list and her second time to be honored for her work as Secretary of State. It's well-earned, too, considering to date she has spent 1,647.4 hours (that's 68.6 days) traveling to 95 countries on behalf of our nation.   I won't go into the blatant misogyny behind his immature claims that "all she is  is ... Read More
Did y'all know one of the biggest discussions when Earth Day originated in 1970 was the now-taboo population boom? It's true! Since the 60's, the world's population has doubled to over 6 billion and the environmental, social, and humanitarian crises we're facing today can be largely attributed to unchecked growth in our numbers. This topic is uncomfy for people to talk about because all the issues surrounding it: access to family planning, religion, and gender ... Read More
With Earth Day fast approaching, the internet is all abuzz with sustainable crafts designed with our beloved planet in mind.  We're all taught at a young age how reduce and reuse should come before recycle, but somewhere along the way I think a lot of us forget the first two. Here are a few projects that reuse former trash. They are so simple, the laziest person in the world (yours truly) can do them, so you have no excuse. C'mon. Don't you love your Mother ... Read More
  This summer New York will join the ranks of major cities worldwide with bike share programs.  Here at BUST, we've been gearing up for Earth Day by scheming easy ways we can help the planet so this news is music to our ears.  Did you know that over half of the trips New Yorkers make are under 2 miles? Sometimes that rad new brunch spot you want to try is just too far to walk and too close for the subway. Enter sustainable, convenient NYC Bike Share ... Read More
As far as I'm concerned, Meryl Streep can become any role, nay become anything. The woman is unstoppable: I'd consider letting her perform surgery on me. Saturday Night Live noticed this phenomenon a few seasons ago with one of my favorite sketches in recent memory, Meryl Streep on Ice.    It looks like The Public Theater agrees with me on this one. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Shakespeare in the Park, the company announced this ... Read More
Here's the latest track from Beach House's highly-anticipated new album, Bloom, out May 15.   You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this video If you dig these jams as much as I do, Lazuli will be available for purchase on April 21 to celebrate Record Store ... Read More
Busty Girl Comics, drawn by Paige Halsey Warren, outline the perks and problems that come along with an ample bosom.  Here are some of our faves:   Image source ... Read More
With his official candidacy imminent, Mitt Romney's campaign spent this week addressing his dismal popularity among women voters by doing a classic political move I like to call Flippin' the Script (very technical terminology here, I know). Democrats, according to Romney, have been accusing Republicans of waging a war on women when really, it's Obama's economic policies that have been, "turning the clock back 20 years on American women. " Oh. Let's unpack this ... Read More
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