BY Maggie Carr in Crafty on Dec 06, 2012 |
Hey, New York! Don’t forget to come down to Babeland SoHo (43 Mercer St.) tonight at 7 P.M. for naughty crafting with BUST, complimentary cocktails from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and a fancy-schmancy holiday bush lighting.
BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE! Our West Coast homies also deserve a chance to get in on the action. Seattleites, you’ll get your chance to kinkily craft with BUST and Babeland (707 E. Pike St. on Capitol Hill) this Tuesday, ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in General on Nov 08, 2012 |
Here at BUST, we love it when women we like like each other, too — so we were thrilled to see our Oct/Nov cover girl Aubrey Plaza and our upcoming Dec/Jan cover girl Mary Elizabeth Winstead interviewed together for the Los Angeles Times’ Young Hollywood roundtable. Both women, along with Bella Heathcote, chatted about their early roles (Aubrey was in a Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits commercial!), when they knew they’d made it, and how it feels to ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in General on Nov 02, 2012 |
Don't forget, folks: Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, November 4th, at 2:00 AM. Set your clocks back an hour on Saturday night and enjoy sixty more minutes of the weekend. Awesome sauce!
Here's what BUST staffers are doing with their extra hour:
Creative Director Laurie Henzel: "I plan on trying to volunteer." (For more info on volunteering click here.)
Intern Maggie Carr: "Enjoying the heck out of that extra hour of sleep. I'm gonna need it for ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in General on Nov 02, 2012 |
Have you always wanted to have a slumber party with BUST? Well, here’s your chance! On Wednesday, November 14, BUST and Videology will present PAJAMARAMA!, an ongoing series of slumber party classics selected and introduced by ladies of note.
BUST editors Emily Rems and Molly Simms will present John Waters’s cult classic Hairspray (1988), starring Ricki Lake, Divine, Debbie Harry, Sonny Bono, and more. But that’s not all — you’ll get ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Music Stuff on Sep 17, 2012 |
Despite its title, Eleni Mandell’s eighth solo album, I Can See the Future, is the opposite of forward-looking, in a good way. A lovely trip into the past, it’s deliberately old-fashioned, lo-tech, and rooted in mid-century country and pop sounds. “Magic Summertime” has vintage R&B-style chord changes that could have soundtracked a slow dance at the prom in Grease, while Mandell’s sultry phrasing on songs like ... Read More