BY Intern Courtnay in General on Nov 28, 2011 |
Stumped on what to get yourself, your bff or bf for Chrismukkah or Kwanzaa? Well, UNICEF and Threadless have got your back, or at least want to get on your back. They're banding together to bring some joy to not only those on your gift list, but millions who need it most.
Over 10 million people in the Horn of Africa (Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and Djibouti) are malnourished due to a severe drought--the worst in 50 years. The consequences are dire, and UNICEF and ... Read More
BY Nikki in Crafty on Nov 03, 2011 |
Kick off your holiday shopping next weekend -- Saturday, November 12 and Sunday, November 13 -- at Funky Finds: A Holiday Shopping Experience in Fort Worth, TX. Funky Finds is a free family and pet-friendly two-day indoor event with over 115 vendors selling unique hand-crafted gifts.Funky Finds will also host a charitable raffle benefiting Toys for Tots and The Humane Society of North Texas. Be one of the first 75 people each day to purchase a minimum of five $1 ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in General on Jun 15, 2011 |
When someone asks me what I want for gifts I’m often at a loss. Usually all I ever want are books, but, being a literature student and having worked in a bookstore, I also usually know more about books than whoever will be giving me the gift. It’s rare that someone is able to give me a book that I like that I also haven’t already read.
But recently I’ve discovered several literary-themed items that any book-lover would adore.
First ... Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar in Crafty on Dec 02, 2010 |
It's that time of year again! Let the Holiday shopping commence! BUST is sponsoring the Kings County General Store Holiday markets in Park Slope, and admission is free! Bring your besties and don’t miss the drink specials, door prizes and special surprises all month long!
Location: Southpaw 125 Fifth Ave (St John’s + Sterling) in Park Slope, NY.
Sunday 12/5 and 12/19 noon-5pm.
Also visit the Kings County General Store pop up shop at the BUST ... Read More
BY Mary S in Feminizzle on Nov 17, 2010 |
During my childhood days, (oblivious, of course, to their now-glaring kitsch factor) I would often purchase posters from book order catalogs. Sad-eyed kittens playing with balls of yarn, several adorable puppies stuffed into a wicker basket, to more sad-eyed kittens huddled under a fluffy pink blanket were just some of the subjects that intrigued me. If only I’d had artist Amanda Visell’s posters for girls. These beautiful prints, which echo mid-century ... Read More