BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Jul 29, 2010 |
The only problem (if I HAD to pick one) with being Music Editor for a magazine like Bust, is that there's just not enough time in any given day to write about all the awesome music that gets sent to us for review. One CD that we've been loving, but couldn't quite fit into our last issue, is Olof Arnalds' Innundir Skinni, which our writer Katie Bain will review for you right here and now:
Icelandic singer and musician Olöf Arnalds floats into our musical ... Read More
BY Nissa in Sexy on Jul 29, 2010 |
Is your birth control making you smell "less attractive" to prospective males? That's the question scientists at Duke University are researching in a fairly new study conducted with lemurs as test subjects. In the study, female lemurs were injected with the popular birth control, Depo-Provera, also known as the shot. The female lemurs then allegedly sent out a "different scent molecule" than the control group. Males seemed to shun the injected females, leaving ... Read More
Our own Lisa Hix has graciously shared this blog with us that she has posted over at CollectorsWeekly.com. Enjoy!
Our Bodies, Our Stilettos
By Lisa Hix (Copyright Collectors Weekly 2010)
A writer explains the reasons behind her love-hate relationship with high heels.
Behold the power of the stiletto heel. Despite all the advances women have made, it’s one fetish we can’t seem to escape, a paradox epitomized by “Sex and the City.” The ... Read More
BY Intern Brittany J. in General on Jul 28, 2010 |
It’s official! If you want to know what’s going down in the world of movies, music and TV, you better get your little tushes out there and grab our Aug/Sept Fall Preview issue, ‘cause it’s totally hitting newsstands today!
Here is just a brief glimpse into what kind of brainfood is in store:-- Want to stop paying $20 or more just for a fix of your frontal fringe? Yeah, me too. We’ve got a bang trimmin’ tutorial just for ... Read More
From it's origins to it's core, Comicon's heart lies in the attendance and participation of the teenagers. Technologies have provided them with the ability to find interests beyond what is readily available to them in mainstream American media. In replacement of sagas such as Twilight they have sought out more sophisticated supernatural tales from Japan like Bleach, Death Note, and Hellsing. After spending an afternoon with them, I wished I was a teenager again, ... Read More