Vogue! Vogue!

BY Team Intern in General |

I could watch dance shows all day. Center Stage? Seen it at least 10 times (not counting Center Stage 2, mind you). So You Think You Can Dance? Yes, I do (kind of), but I'd rather watch the show. And America's Best Dance Crew? Definitely: especially because of this season's incredibly talented dancers and activists, Vogue Evolution. The crew, which hails from New York City, specializes in Harlem's 'house-ballroom' genre of dance, which includes their namesake ... Read More

Heart and Sole

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Fall fashion season is in full swing, which means more fancy/classy/fly shoes to buy for your closet. Make room for new arrivals by donating your used shoes to Soles4Soles , a nationwide shoe drive sponsored by shoe connoisseur, Nine West . Between September 9th (next Wednesday) and September 27th, drop your gently used shoes at any Nine West store across the country; they'll not only donate your fabulous footwear to people in need, they'll also hand you a coupon ... Read More

Pretty in Pain

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Attention Seattleans! The White River Valley Museum in Seattle is hosting 'Suffer for Beauty' , an exhibit exploring 'ideal' female body image through the study of what else? Underwear! Through November 8th, attendees can browse turn-of-the-century bustles, old school petticoats, and mid-century, June Cleaver brassieres. Don't get any ideas--this is no peep show. Instead, the exhibits demonstrate the ever-changing concept of the female figure and the bizarre ... Read More
So after reading about our Litpick, Babysitter: An American History, in the Aug/Sept issue of BUST, you're probably itchin' to reminisce on all things childcare. And what better place to start than with the Gossip Girl of babysitting culture, The Baby-Sitters Club. For those of you who've already read all the books (even the Little Sister ones, which, seriously? were kinda lame in comparison), I bring you What Claudia Wore , and ingenious internet addendum to ... Read More

The End of the Rainbow

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The last new episode of Reading Rainbow aired today, marking the end of the 26-year-old PBS series hosted by everyone's favorite well-read host, LeVar Burton. Like its contemporaries, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and Sesame Street, Reading Rainbow was equal parts educational and fun, addressing its young viewers in the playful, respectful, and encouraging tone PBS is known for. More importantly, Reading Rainbow got kids excited about reading, about telling ... Read More
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