BY Callie in General on Jul 22, 2008 |
Tara was LoL-ing her face off over this video. As soon as I saw it I had a crazy baby flash back. I could have sworn I had LoL-ed over this kid before. Turns out it was a completely different kid incased in glass. I found this video while looking for songs for the Gangsta Baby Showa that I told you guys about before. This is Lil John at his best. I don’t know what I love more: the George Bush with baby clip, turkey baby, or the rappers faces on ... Read More
BY Team Intern in General on Jul 22, 2008 |
Those of us trapped in the suburban outposts of NYC could only dream of that shining city where a mystery seemed to lurk around every corner. Hands up, who else planned to run away to a museum? Fans of E.L. Konisburg's classic and those who love of New York City history, a taste for mystery and appreciation of kickass, multitalented teen heroines should try the Kiki Strike series by Kirsten Miller. Ananka Fishbein seems like a hopeless case, with poor grades and ... Read More
BY Maggie in General on Jul 21, 2008 |
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS!
Celebrate BUST Magazine's 15-Years of independent publishing!
Date: Tuesday August 12th, 2008 Time: 8pm - 1am (5 hours)
NEW YORK LOCATION
Spiegelworld at Pier 17, South Street Seaport
(South Street & Beekman Street)
Exclusive pre-party area from 8pm - 9:45pm to be hosted in the DJ Tent, East Wing of the Garden and surrounding booth areas.
(NY Waterfalls directly opposite!!) ... Read More
BY Gail in General on Jul 21, 2008 |
Join the Bust Team as we look for a new marketing intern! As a BUST Sales and Marketing intern you will assist in supporting the national advertising sales and marketing manager. You will be introduced to integrated marketing sales and magazine production. You will learn how to prospect for advertisers, service advertising accounts, organize promotions, market special events, and much more. Other responsibilities include client correspondence, market ... Read More
BY Maggie in General on Jul 18, 2008 |
When I was a kid, my eccentric and most creative aunt in Oregon hung these visually appealing, but somewhat disturbing framed prints of little kids with big eyes, and sad faces in her bathroom... So, every time I had to use the loo at her house, I felt these "Keane" images were staring directly at me. Sometimes I would try to imagine what was going on in these big-eyed, little kids world, and why they were all so sad? It ... Read More