Posted by: Maggie Carr
on May 23, 2013
No matter how much you love your job, sometimes you just need to blow off steam at the end of the week. We feel ya.
So why not unwind from the work week with two things you love: BUST and drinks?
On Thursday, June 6, the BUST team'll be heading to Heathers in NYC's East Village for a post-work happy hour. Join us from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for a set of booty-shakin' retro tunes spun by DJ Sheila B, free issues of BUST, and a ... Read More
Posted by: Maggie Carr
on Jan 23, 2013
Our annual Love & Sex Issue has hit newsstands--so it's only appropriate that we hit the dance floor to celebrate! And if you're reading this, you are tooooootally invited.
Do it up right: start your night off early with DIY pasties and complimentary cocktails at our sexy Valentine's Day-themed party at Babeland SoHo, then hop across the river to Brooklyn's hip-as-heck Greenpoint 'hood to continue the party.
Here's the ... Read More
Posted by: Charlotte Dow
on Nov 17, 2012
For me, winter is all about curling up with a Netflix or a good book and a nice cup of herbal tea. Actually, that’s how I cope with every season. I’m definitely adding some teas from Not Just Tea to my cupboard this holiday season.
Not Just Tea is a “boutique specialty tea company that specializes in hand-blending the finest whole-leaf teas to create new and interesting tea blends for maximum taste ... Read More
Posted by: Nikki
on Jan 30, 2012
BUST Magazine and Babeland invite you to be our special date for our first-ever Valentine's Party next Tuesday, February 7th! Stop by Babeland SoHo to craft D.I.Y. pasties and to celebrate BUST's new February/March issue, which includes 15 ways to banish bore-gasms and instructions for making D.I.Y. lube.While you craft and shop, enjoy complimentary cocktails sponsored by Tito's Handmade Vodka and treats from Baked by Assata.The party ... Read More
Posted by: Intern Sarah
in Eat Me
on Dec 16, 2011
I am so far from a wine purist that it’s not even funny. I mean, I'd prefer it doesn't come from a box, but 90% of the time, my choice is based on the attractiveness of the label. (Yes, I’m one of those people.) So this article from one of last week’s issues of the New York Times caught my eye almost as much as the labels it discusses.
There’s apparently a trend in the wine-naming world toward sassy, obnoxious ... Read More