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We recently spotted an interesting link floating around the internets courtesy of Racked.com, an interview with a woman who's been hanging out in the East Village...all out. Hats off, or tops off, rather, to Moira Johnston for her confidence. She's been going topless for a few weeks in New York in honor of the legality of the act. In fact, she insists, "It's to raise awareness that's it's legal for woman to be topless anywhere a guy can be without a shirt since ... Read More
We love a good female-fronted band. Throw in sassy fringe, wailing guitars, soulful riffs, and a trans-Atlantic backstory and you’ve got Queen Orlenes. Frontwoman Brooke X, American-born and London-based, teamed up with New Yorker Ian Wolff and Englishman Rob Walbourne to focus on making music they loved after Brooke’s difficult year of trying to break into the music industry. The result is a passionate and catchy collection of latenight tracks that ... Read More
United Bamboo’s now infamous cat calendar is back for its third year running, and for its junior effort, the clothing company is democratizing. Your cat (yes, your cat!) could be a super(cat)model and make her cat fancy debut in the 2013 calendar. If you think your kitty’s got what it takes, post a picture to United Bamboo’s Facebook wall or tweet it to them using #catclub. (best hashtag ever) The shoot is scheduled for June 9th in New York, so ... Read More
It's Wednesday, which means two things: 1. Happy hump day, BUSTies and 2. The weekend is on its way, so mini-dance parties at your desk are totally acceptable. This weekend, New York is the place to be for a full-fledged, booty-bouncing dance party that'll kick your mini-dance party's butt. The second Saturday of every month sees an exodus to Brooklyn, the L train packed with beautiful bodies making their way to HEY QUEEN! at Public Assembly. This week, the theme ... Read More
If there’s one thing I’ve ever learned from watching The Daily Show (or just being a decent human being with some form of common sense) is that you never, ever compare anything to Hitler, the Nazis, or the Holocaust. Ever. Unless you are, in fact, discussing Hitler, the Nazis, or the Holocaust, nothing should ever be compared to them. Never. It’s the number one way to lose credibility in a discussion, come off as an insensitive ass with little ... Read More
The Occupy Movement is kicking it up a notch. Tomorrow, May 1st, Occupy is calling for a general strike of the 99%, a continuation of the historical May Day, which has been International Workers Day for over a century. Regardless of your political leanings, the hype around tomorrow's events calls for some attention.  In Bryant Park, there will be free food, a free market, public art, the Occupy Library, and a rehearsal for the Guitarmy, which will later be ... Read More
In honor of Equal Pay Day tomorrow, the National Partnership for Women & Families has released staggering new data that illustrates exactly what women are losing out on due to the wage gap. In New York alone, women on average are paid 83 cents to every dollar paid to men. When the data is separated and examined more closely, women of color fare worse, with African American women earning 76 cents and Latina women 63 cents to every dollar. This sounds terrible, ... Read More
The BUST Craftacular took over SoHo on Saturday, filling the space at 82 Mercer with over 100 vendors and more than 2,000 craft enthusiasts throughout the day. Set-up began early. 8 AM on a Saturday is not a time I see often, but it was totally worth it to see the transformation of the space. Before the crowds arrived! With vendors loading in, we got a sneak peek at the incredible wares. I had friends meeting me later, and I was nearly exploding because I had ... Read More
The world of pop art is a boy's club. Think Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, those 1960s superstars that catapulted the pop genre into the realm of fine art. Well look out, boys, there's a new girl in town. Robin Antar, a Brooklyn-based sculptor, is not actually new on the scene; she's been active and exhibiting her work for over  20 years. This spring, Antar will become the first female artist to exhibit at New York's POP International Galleries. A staple of ... Read More
Last week we told you about Vice's new webseries Slutever. In the vein of Sex and the City, Slutever follows the conquests of a writer (this time a blogger, hello new millennium) who's conquering New York City one romp in the hay at a time. To celebrate the launch of the series, Vice is throwing a post-premiere party this Thursday at Westway in New York. Westway is located at 75 Clarkson Street in the West Village. Doors open at 10, and if Vice's fashion ... Read More
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