BY Team Intern in General on Sep 23, 2008 |
Ever dreamt about how much fun it would be to vote, AND party at the same time?! Well, for those of you who have, your dreams have come true. Tomorrow night @ Sutra Lounge, Children of Da Curb &amp;nbsp;in collaboration with Pink Positive NY (sponsored by yours truly), will be offering voter registration to its attendees from 10 to 11PM. Seeing as this is the biggest election of our lives coming up, it is absolutely imperative that everyone register to ... Read More
BY debbie in General on Sep 23, 2008 |
We're busy cranking the BUST website up to 11, and we need some help! If you know your way around the internets, have some computer graphics experience and some programming knowledge, and are looking to get some on-the-job experience to pump up your resume, we'd love to have you here. Qualified applicants must be located in NYC, available at least 2 days a week, have their own Mac laptop computer, and be familiar with BUST magazine. This internship is ... Read More
BY Team Intern in General on Sep 22, 2008 |
Think rockabilly pin up idol Bettie Page meets those sassy Pink Ladies from Grease...totally wowsville!
BUST-y la-day Cherrie Vasquez and David C's 50's inspired duds and vintage reproductions in XS-2XL for all shapes and sizes, are sold online and at their awesome shop in LA. They also have a new one opening up in Long Beach, Cali.
Check out some saucy pics of super cheeky ladies modeling their clothes after the jump!
Mara CSo fierce...check out ... Read More
BY Team Intern in General on Sep 22, 2008 |
Mmmmmmh...burgers. I'm drooling like Homer Simpson, my stomach's growling, and I wanna rip this Spicy South of the Border Vegetarian Burger off the page and eat it! Since that's physically impossible, I'm gonna follow this recipe from our health and yummy-conscious friends at Culinary Healing and make a big, juicy one as SOON as I get home. Ingredients:
1/2 cup(s) avocado, chopped
3 tablespoon(s) mango chutney
6 ... Read More
BY Laurie in General on Sep 19, 2008 |
Our friends over at Print Liberation have a new T for ya, that's $15 well ... Read More
BY Team Intern in General on Sep 18, 2008 |
Considering all the media speculation on whether or not Palin's gender will be enough to draw votes from ex-Clinton supporters, (nevermind Palin's horrifying politics towards women) protests like this are a breath of fresh air. This Saturday, an 'Alaska Women Reject Palin' rally was held in the lawn of a downtown Anchorage library, shortly after Palin gave a speech in an Anchorage convention center. Hundreds of people participated in the rally, dwarfing a ... Read More
BY Callie in General on Sep 18, 2008 |
Ryder Ripps is one of my besties, he is also the beatmaster/rapmaster in my group 3Pac$. He has been self-perpetuating his fame on the internet since I've known him. He made this film as his final project at New School based on how 'famous' he is and what fame actually means today in the world of reality shows and blogs. He is also the genius behind Mccainme.com. Check Obama after he's been 'McCained'.Asshole, I know but oh so funny. Oh, and I make a camio ... Read More
BY Mollie Wells in General on Sep 17, 2008 |
I've always considered terribly melodramatic poetry to be an inescapable rite of passage for teenagers. All that angst has to go somewhere, you know, and more often than not it ends up scrawled in a black velvet notebook from Waldenbooks, peppered with a few Morrissey quotes to round things out. Maybe I'm generalizing, but come on--we've all been there, right?
So I'm completely floored by 16-year-old Jillian Clark's totally kick-ass poetry. I stumbled across ... Read More
BY Laurie in General on Sep 17, 2008 |
Are you registered to vote in this next, very important election? I'm always surprised by how many young people are not, or mean to and don't get around to registering in time. And since every state has different regulations and cut off dates for registration, its not always easy to do. Guess what? Your government likes it that way!
So, please, make sure you are registered, because the cut off dates are really soon, and you don't want to be left out. You can ... Read More
BY Laurie in General on Sep 15, 2008 |
This past Friday the British duo Goldfrapp, Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, played to a packed house at NYC's Radio City Music Hall. A perfect Art Deco setting for them. Backed by a five piece band which included harp and key-tars, Alison and Will took their adoring fans on a musical journey with selections from their four albums. Concentrating on the their latest gem, Seventh Tree, Goldfrapp seduced the crowd with songs like 'A & E', 'Caravan Girl' ... Read More