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Ice cream makes up a frightfully large portion of my diet; I average a quart per week (even more during summer months), and the only thing I worry about more than ending up on Freaky Eaters is contracting scurvy. But I’ve found a healthier way to enjoy my favorite dessert: Yonanas. I'm in love. It may look like some sort of sexual torture device, but Yonanas is a kitchen appliance that transforms  bananas (which I generally only like when they are ... Read More
The 2012 Presidential election is just around the corner and Michelle wants all the ladies to get involved. She recently announced Women For Obama, a new fundraising group that looks to reengage the women who are still hoping a change is gonna come. In an email The First Lady sent to supporters, she says her husband understands women’s issues “because he lived them.” “Barack knows what it means when a family struggles,” she writes. ... Read More
I have a confession to make: I'm wet for John Waters. Of course, I'm not the only BUSTy broad who loves the professional provacateur; Kat Dennings sings his praises in our Dec./Jan. issue, and I'm told that boss lady Laurie hugs a John Waters pillow at night. And as the weather outside gets frightful, you can be sure that the kitsch-obsessed Santa-for-perverts will warm our hearts and loins by delivering something delightful. Waters has famously curated a ... Read More
Last year, comedian Jenny Slate and director Dean Fleischer-Camp introduced us to the adorable Marcel The Shell with Shoes On and gave us a little insight into the life of an average mollusk. We learned that lentils make good hats, strands of hair can be used for basically everything and that it isn’t so easy being a little shell. Things sure have changed since the last time we heard from our favorite shell in pink sneaks though. First of all, ... Read More
David J, co-founder of Brit bands Love & Rockets and Bauhuas, lends his talent for a rock concert/theater event in Los Angeles starting November 30th. The director finds new meaning in the rise and fall of Andy Warhol muse, Edie Sedgwick. The show explores Edie as Persephone, a modern-day queen of the underworld, with Warhol acting as Hades. David J leads the band, Silver for Gold, through songs that are melancholy and eerie in conjunction with blue ... Read More