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We love getting our hands dirty here at BUST and describe how to do just that with an article about DIY composting in our February/March issue, so we were excited to see that Brooklyn Grange, an urban farm project, is in the running for $20,000 worth of funding from Kickstarter.com to develop a one acre rooftop farm in Brooklyn.  They only receive funding if they reach their entire goal, so check out their page and pledge some green to make sure Brooklyn ... Read More
As part of the indie-music takeover of North London that is the Camden Crawl, this coming Sunday BUST Craftacular is putting together its own supergoup of crafting talent in a one-off DIY Lounge event. The all-star line-up will be making, screen-printing (this BUSTy design pictured below is one of the options) and customising tote-bags from 12-6pm at The Pirate Castle. Check out loads of cool bands, including 20-girl super group Gaggle (pictured) You can have this ... Read More
Here's the pitch -- a great chef who loves music creates "tour food" for his favorite indie bands. What doesn't this new IFC show have going for it? You can be the judge tonight, when Chef Sam Mason brings his culinary talents and visual splendor to the small screen's premiere episode* of "Dinner with the Band," airing at 10:30 EST.OK, I'm calling it "tour food" because I don't see pheasant actually hitting an on-the-go menu anytime soon, but who cares? It's such ... Read More
One thing that every Fashion Designer knows (and all aspiring designers should) is that making something that looks like a delectable piece of cake, usually isn’t. Tamar Daniel, designer and founder of Hokey Croquis, is making the creative process a little bit easier. Designers, leave some room amid your briefcase of swatch books and French curves for the Fashionflat Sketchpad. This handy little tool is a bound sketchbook for croquis illustrations; the ... Read More
Our writer Aurora Montgomery went to the Dosh show at Union Hall in Brooklyn last week and wrote all about it. Here it is!Dosh is comprised of Martin Luther King Chavez Dosh and Michael Lewis. Together they play a myriad of instruments looped and layered on top of each other, building a beautiful hybrid of electronic, improvisational jazz and pop music.  I was able to see them last Thursday in the dark and intimate underbelly of Brooklyn’s Union ... Read More