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Last Sunday was our annual Spring Fling Craftacular and if you were one of the hundreds of people who waited in line for the doors to open you would agree that we had one hell of a garden party! If you don't believe us check out some the pictures taken at the event. photos Molly ... Read More
For one night only, Bump 'n' Grindhouse will take stage at Sideshows by the Seashore, part of the Coney Island USA's Burlesque at the Beach, on June 18. It will be equal parts tongue-in-cheek, blood and gore and T'n'A. An all killer-no filler event is burlesque at it's best, brought to you by some of New York's sexiest. Nudie cuties will include stars such as Weirdee Girl, Creamy Stevens, Fem Appeal, Minnie Tonka and Miss Kissy Wishes, and of course The Lady ... Read More
Satisfied shoppers at yesterday's Spring Fling Craftacular, held in Brooklyn NY.The BUST office is basking in the afterglow of the thrilling time had by all at yesterday's, Spring Fling Craftacular. From the moment the doors opened till, the last booths were disassembled and packed up, the pace was frenetic. Throughout the day thousands perused the finest wares from excellent crafters, enjoyed a rotation of live DJ's, and took in the ambiance of the venue, ... Read More

Judge Judy vs. Feminists

BY Laurie in Feminizzle |

In a response to the kerfufflle set up by the new double X site where one writer slams some other feminist writers, my favorite Jezebel blogger, (and former BUST staffer) Tracie 'Slut Machine' Egan posted this hilarious Judge Judy comic  that made me crack up. JJ grills some famous feminists (and exposes their drinking habits), takes no crap, and points out that feminists don't all have to agree. Wouldn't a real life throwdown between Judge Judy and Courtney ... Read More

Way to GO, NYC!

BY Team Intern in General |

(Hilary Duff at NYC Aids Walk) Yay! for all the supportive New Yorkers who raised money and participated in the 24th annual AIDS Walk for 2009! The event, which took place this weekend in and around Central Park, raised over 5.6 million and attracted more than 45,000 participants, defying the low fundraising expectations in midst of the recession. The 'event is among the greatest fundraising accomplishments ever in New York's fight against AIDS,' said Craig R. ... Read More