BY Web Intern in Feminizzle on Feb 23, 2009 |
Exactly what should our rights be when it comes to reproduction technology and what regulations, if any, should be put into place to prevent an all out baby as business world? This Saturday in NYC, Barnard College's 34th Annual Scholar Feminist Conference will gather artists, activists, and academics to discuss and explore this exact issue in The Politics of Reproduction: New Technologies of Life. I think this should be a pretty relevant, fascinating topic. Can you ... Read More
BY Maggie in Style File on Feb 22, 2009 |
BUST is proud to be a sponsor to NOW 's green-fashion showcase.
NOW is a forum of the newest in progressive, conscious-minded, independent, locally produced fashion design. THE AUTUMN '09 NOW showcase features a well appointed and intoxicating collective assortment of what is sensational in accessories, womenswear, menswear and eco lingerie. Spring/Summer09 immediate collections also on display.
Join us for the Opening Cocktail Reception of NOW at Rare ... Read More
BY Maggie in Artsy on Feb 20, 2009 |
Don't miss checking out some of the up-and-coming Brooklyn designers this weekend. It truly is where fashion meets art.Â The presentations are anything but ordinary or predictable, with show-specific live music scores and artist performances. The Williamsburg Fashion Weekend is happening tonight and Saturday night at Glasslands Gallery and it's only 8 bucks at the door! Some designers include SDN , Mandate of Heaven , Treehouse and ... Read More
BY Callie in General on Feb 20, 2009 |
It reminds me of this guy standing around me here... Whenever I hear this song I think about my roommate Ian! He rules and his band is playing tonight at the benefit for Swoon' s next project, which I wrote about here.
But here is all the info again from DJ DirtyFinger
THE SWILLING CITIES OF SERENISSIMA
present DOUBLE TROUBLE
'Aint nothin like a house party yall!
The Chicken Hut
(169 Spencer St at Willoughby in Brooklyn)
this Friday, February ... Read More
BY Lisa in General on Feb 20, 2009 |
I've always been a fan of this Portland, OR, based crooner's scratchy voice and rockin' piano/guitar skills, so getting to see him last night at the Apollo (not nearly as big as it looks on TV! Who knew?) was nothing short of awesome. He played a few slow jams by himself, opening with the title track, 'Hold Time,' off his brand new album, then rocked out with his band and even brought a few members of Brooklyn Americana crew Oakley Hall out on stage (loved those ... Read More