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Women Working Together

BY Web Intern in General |

  When I heard that a women's only homeless shelter in the UK was being shut down because it didn't also serve men, I was furious. Having gotten to know the women who frequent Rosie's Place , a women's shelter in Boston, on a personal level, I can tell you that the existence of women-only shelters is crucial to the process of rehabilitation. The sad truth is that men are usually at the root of the women's poverty. They were abused or abandoned, and when they ... Read More
Haven't you always wanted a scent based on photos in a book based on an album? Well? Haven't you? Your days of agonized waiting are over. Black Phoenix Alchemy lab has created a line of romantic and slightly dangerous scents based on a book, Who Killed Amanda Palmer?, inspired by Ms. Palmer's solo album, illustrated with crime scene photographs, and accompanied by Neil Gaman fiction. Wow! These little black bottles are rolling around BUST HQ and they have the most ... Read More

A Snapshot in Time

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       LaPorte, Indiana Trailer from Joe Beshenkovsky and Jason Bitner on Vimeo.Laporte, Indiana is an independent documentary chronicling three decades of photos taken by the town's local photographer, Frank Pease. These photos range from sailors to new graduates to young newlyweds, and follow the story of the different townspeople in these photos and the decisions they have made in their lives since then. In the words of producer, Jason ... Read More
We are proud to say that our pal and book reviewer Taylor Orci is presenting the premiere of her play, Paper Train, at the PIT this Saturday, August 8th, at 7 p.m. Don't miss out on a chance to see the ultimate in girl-friendly entertainment DIY-style--Taylor wrote the play, is starring in it, and sewed her own Amy Butler mini-dress to perform in! Watch the promo and learn more here. The show is a comedic foray into the possibilities of metro-love-- a whole ... Read More
How did you first discover feminism?  My story starts as a Midwestern teen with a burgeoning love for punk rock and unlimited access to the internet.  Naturally, it was just a matter of time before I bellied up to my conservative family's dinner table wearing a ''revolution grrrl style now'' tee.   Although I embraced feminism at an early age, for a lot of women--young and old--the f-word is nothing but a curse.  That's why when I stumbled ... Read More