i am the info about the april/may party. wheeeeeee yes i know you love that party. oh boy that was a fune party. what a fun party. i loved that party. "Get the Flash Player" "to see this gallery." var fo = new SWFObject("http://www.bust.com/components/com_morfeoshow/src/viewer.swf", "viewer", "470", "600", "8", "#000000"); fo.addParam("wmode", ... Read More
It's time to meet the bands playing at our party this Saturday to celebrate our new April/May issue!  Pictured above is Derek Watson and Isabel Ibsen of Hunters, a Brooklyn based rock band who give an intense live performance, with lead singer Ibsen's strong, throaty vocals coupled with an unrelenting, driving rhythm section.  Their moody, rhythmic beats create the perfect sound to nod your head to and get your dance on.  Isabel's firecracker moves ... Read More
The Feminist Review has been providing reviews for three and a half years on books, music, films, and more, all through a smart and savvy feminist lens.   This year, they're yet another independent publication feeling the burn of the recession era.  To combat loss of advertising, they've launched an aggressive campaign this month to meet their fundraising goals for the year, with Women's History Month as their theme.  They make their case from ... Read More
Get excited for Saturday night in Brooklyn! BUST is throwing a party with 4 bands, a rockin' DJ and beats to keep you moving all night long. And now it gets even better: 2 FOR 1 PIEROGIS from 8-9pm. So don't waste time at a restaurant, don't bother with another slice of boring pizza! Instead munch on some Polish soul food while you can drink sodas and water, or if you happen to be 21+ Polish beers and two huge bars are available for your enjoyment! Yes, BUST ladies ... Read More
The Guardian posts an interesting statement this morning: Iceland may be the most feminist country in the world. This accolade comes on the heels of a new law in Iceland banning strip clubs, topless bars, and the like—it would ban any business from profiting from the nudity of its employees. Iceland is a tiny country with a population of roughly 320,000—smaller than any US State—and, while it stands to reason that they may not have that many ... Read More