BY Katie Oldaker in MyBlog on Feb 18, 2011 |
The Westminster Kennel Club dubbed their winner this week, with the Best In Show prize and all the glory going to Foxcliffe Hickory Wind (aka "Hickory"), a Scottish Deerhound. On Wednesday, her owners took her to NYC's Sardi's restaurant for a meal of Filet Mignon. Can steak ever be adorable? It totally is here. Check her out after the jump!
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BY Katie Oldaker in MyBlog on Feb 04, 2011 |
While we here at BUST HQ in NYC didn't see much of the most recent chapter of the Snowpocalypse, the South got hit pretty hard. I would imagine this would be difficult for pet owners: how do their pets respond to the snow, assuming they've never seen it before? Enter this adorable dog, who braves the snow-caked porch to retrieve a beloved toy. Uh-dor-uh-able.
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BY Katie Oldaker in MyBlog on Jan 21, 2011 |
While the blogosphere will always be inundated with pictures and videos and live streams of animals, my favorite cute collection is the stories and snapshots found on The Itty Bitty Kitty Committee. The IBKC is a blog run by Laurie Cinotto who fosters cats in the Tacoma/Seattle area in Washington state and is always chalk-full of adorable (and beautiful!) pictures. Because the kittens are eventually adopted, every few months there are new kittens to admire ... Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar in MyBlog on Nov 02, 2010 |
On Sunday, October 31, 2010, Brazil elected their first female president. Since I'm Brazilian and a feminist, a lot of people have asked me if I'm really excited about this. To the surprise of most, I have responded, "Would you be excited if your country was being run by a fascist Sarah Palin-meets-Margaret Thatcher type?" Admittedly, it is a very harsh comparison, but allow me to explain.
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BY Elissa Stein in MyBlog on Sep 20, 2010 |
This past weekend I watched Hoarders for the first time. It was uncomfortable, disturbing, painful at times, watching these people lose their lives in, often, to their stuff. Their junk. Whether you call it collections or memorabilia or memories or garbage, it's stuff. Out-of-control stuff. I had a moment or two of satisfaction knowing I'm the opposite. I love to purge. There are constantly give away bags in my bedroom, full of clothes to drop off at Housing ... Read More