Amy Reeder Hadley

BY Sarah J. in Artsy |

Amy Reeder Hadley is the artist on DC/Vertigo Comics' monthly book Madame Xanadu, one of the few titles in the line focused on a female lead character. Madame Xanadu moves through history, using magic to insinuate herself into various events familiar and strange. She has run-ins with everyone from Merlin to Marie Antoinette, and even has a showdown of sorts with everyone's favorite Vertigo character, Death. Hadley was just nominated for her first Eisner award ... Read More
Here at BUST HQ we are working our butts off for the Spring Fling Craftacular happening on May 17th. And girl, we need help! If you are interested in helping with the event, and interning in the office itself with the sales and marketing team, then do not hesitate to send me an email. Requirements: proficient in MS word, Excel, most MS office applications and familiar with blog platforms. Huge bonus if you are proficient in Adobe CS programs as well, but not ... Read More
Women and friends of women around the globe have been avidly following the news regarding a new Afghan law that grants Shi'ite men the right to demand intercourse from their wives, effectively legalizing marital rape. Today there are signs of hope for Shia women. President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai (pictured above in imaginary festive-feminist attire,) announced today that 'the law is now up for review and amendments will take place.' Karzai did not ... Read More

Lips aren't sealed

BY Team Intern in General |

Governor Brad Henry of the OK state made an official announcement released last week stating that he will sign an executive order tomorrow, on April 28 at 2 pm, naming the Flaming Lips song 'Do You Realize?' as the official rock song of Oklahoma, overriding the House. Henry's press statement continued, 'For more than 20 years, (they) have produced creative, fun and provocative rock music' which has 'earned them Grammys, glowing critical acclaim and fans all over ... Read More
Beatrice (Bea) Arthur, known best as tall, deep husky-voiced and witty characters Maude, by the 70s sitcom of the same name, and Dorothy Zbornak on the 80s sitcom The Golden Girls, sadly passed away this weekend of cancer at the age of 86. She will be missed. Arthur was an accomplished actress, comedienne and singer. She won Emmys for both Maude and The Golden Girls, and a Tony Award for her work in the Broadway musical Mame. One of her last, most recent ... Read More
If you haven't heard of If You Make It, your next favorite band is just a few clicks away.  For lovers of independent music and film, this catalog of do-it-yourself culture is a treasure trove of free yet priceless media. In just a few short years, If You Make It has become a full-fledged archive of live performances and short films.  Add to that a forum, free album downloads, and a show calendar and you have a state-of-the-art site with a DIY spirit.  ... Read More
It's not that often that I get THIS excited about a musician, but I am loco for this girl Karin Dreijer Andersson, one half of the Swedish brother/sister duo The Knife. Her solo record, Fever Ray (Mute) is a beautiful, haunting collection of songs that I am digging in a major way. (Look for more of this amazing artist in ... Read More
I previously wrote about Sundance sensation Precious a few months ago, and now it's been announced that it's going to play at zee most fantastique festival ever, Cannes. In fact, it's not just playing at Cannes — after all, even Jerry Seinfeld in a bee suit can get press on La Croisette — but it's the only movie from the U.S. competing for the prestigious "Un Certain Regard" award. Check out the official line-up at Variety, or read more at the ... Read More

Lessons Learned

BY Susan in Music Stuff |

My good friends Taylor Cohen and Otto Arsenault made this awesome new music video for Matt and Kim! Check it ... Read More
Who ever said New Yorkers were rude or unhelpful?In what might be the cutest art/social experiment conducted in the history of art/social experiments ever, NYU art student Kacie Kinzer made a smiling cardboard robot that could only move in one direction and let it loose in Manhattan to see who would help it out. There's a video of the experiment at Gizmodo.She placed the little dude (called a Tweenbot) in one corner of Washington Square Park with a flag ... Read More