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Yesterday Kotex launched a new ad campaign lampooning, well, itself. The first ad for U by Kotex parodies the super slo-mo, twirling in circles, running on the beach, practicing ballet in white spandex, pristinely clean genre of femcare ads that have been advertising staples for decades. The commercial is funny, smart, snarky—it’s already got people talking, tweeting, blogging, posting. It’s a step in the right direction. But the hill it’s ... Read More
Brooklyn Charm opens this week in Williamsburg! (Sponsored by BUST!)Brooklyn Charm is a DIY vintage jewelry shop, featuring local designers, thousands of deadstock jewelry pieces, jewelry making classes, and ETSY consultations. It's a store where anyone can come in off the street and sort through thousands of vintage supplies and build their own amazing piece of jewlery.Located at 145 Bedford Ave at N. 9th entrance - the old Triple 5 Soul storefront From ... Read More
BUST helps present the 3rd annual Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (POW!). They  announced their full festival lineup, which includes 44 films from all over the world. The fest will run March 18-21 at the Hollywood Theatre. Join BUST there and pick up a free issue of the magazine! The Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (POW Fest) places a spotlight on women filmmakers by showcasing their work and strengthening the community of women ... Read More
BUST presents these SXSW free day parties! Come by and pick up a free copy of the magazine!Come and check out the Dum Dum Girls they play at 5 p.m. Thursday don't miss them!Also on Thursday come to Sandra Bernhard's unofficial free SXSW party!see you ... Read More
Yes! Betty White will be a more permanent fixture on TV, this time as a recurring character in a new series premiering on TV Land in June, “Hot in Cleveland.” According to a company press release, White will play the “snarky but loveable…property caretaker” to a home of other bankable small screen names—Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves and Valerie Bertinelli. If only the premise of the show felt a little less ... Read More