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Sunshine-y Day

BY Web Intern in General |

It was so rainy and gloomy in NYC this week that I wish I'd had something like this to brighten the days. This umbrella changes color when it gets wet. Dry, it has a simple black and white design of a cityscape. But as soon as the rain hits it the white turns into a cheery rainbow sure to take the gloom and doom from even the stormiest of days. ... Read More

Highway to Hell

BY Web Intern in General |

This would certainly break up the monotony of a long highway drive. A college student in Raleigh (allegedly) rearranged a bunch of road cones and barrels into the shape of a monster. He even drew on a face. The monster was up for less than a day before authorities had it taken down. Joe Carnevale, the student accused, was arrested for this last week. He is being charged with larceny and property damage and goes to court on July 21. Hopefully he gets a judge with ... Read More
I'm sweating this song by Lily Allen. That jumpsuit! Those eyes! The heels!But as a rabid old-school country fan, I especially love the allusion to country music television specials from the days of yore. Just compare it with this performance by Loretta Lynn and Jeannie C. Riley. Uncanny, no?So many problems a girl can run into, just trying to get a good, erm, roll in the hay. ... Read More

Slather on a Good Cause

BY Web Intern in General |

I don't know about you guys, but when I think sunscreen, I think Will Ferrell. That is why it comes as no surprise that he is both endorsing and showing off his totally hot bod on the bottles of sunscreen for Fred Flare. So check them out and if you buy some you'll be supporting Cancer for College, where the proceeds of the sunscreen go to scholarships for cancer survivors. Be part of a good cause and keep your skin healthy for the ... Read More
So, BUSTies, how obsessed are you with following the Iran Election story? There's quite a bit of buzz going around our offices about it. After all, we do love a good protest around here. That's not to diminish what's going on, of course (and neither is my headline), but anything with this much civil disobedience and political upset is obviously compelling. One thing that's particularly interesting is all this talk about the activists' use of Twitter to spread ... Read More