Table of Contents Apr/May 2012
Breaking Bad’s Krysten Ritter keeps getting better and better.
By Lisa Butterworth
Think breast-feeding is a task exclusively reserved for women? Think again.
By Johanna Gohmann
Let’s Hear It For The Girls!
We’re obsessed with Lena Dunham’s fantastic new HBO show.
By Anna Bean
Simple wiring tips to bring out your inner Schneider.
By Molly Simms
Could there be a connection between how we eat and where we live?
By Jessica Machado
Rain gear so cute you’ll be hoping for a downpour.
Photographed by Lara Jade, Styled by Kim Johnson
The Hunger Games’ Isabelle Fuhrman; Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss; The Conversation’s Amanda de Cadenet; and more.
She-Bonics Kate Beckinsale, Madonna, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Queen Latifah tell it like it is.
By Whitney Dwire
News From a Broad All is not fine with Title Nine.
By Kara Buller
Boy du Jour Under the covers of Michael Ian Black’s new book.
By Rachel Shukert
Pop Quiz Life wasn’t all lollipops and dimples for Shirley Temple.
By Emily Rems
Hot Dates Plan a getaway in April or May.
By Libby Zay
Pop Tart When Internet immortality gets irritating.
By Wendy McClure
Chocolate-hazelnut spread to DIY for; digital camera tips and tricks; and more.
Buy or DIY Nab scent-sational perfumes from the pros or make your own.
By Elle Sees and Debbie Stoller
Eat Me Astounding asparagus!
By Chef Rossi
What Would Roseanne Barr Do? The comedy legend helps a cheater clean up her act.
By Roseanne Barr
Around the World in 80 Girls Enjoy the best of South America in Bogotá, Colombia.
By Erin Griffith
Style tips from designer Folaké Kuye Huntoon; senator Ellen Karcher’s lovely lavender; sweet spring dresses and accessories; and more.
BUST Test Kitchen Our interns try out cruelty-free lip stains on their kind kissers.
Good Stuff Camping-inspired cuteness worthy of a merit badge.
By Stephanie J.
THE BUST GUIDE
Music Reviews; including the amazing Alabama Shakes.
Movies Friends With Kids are often Damsels in Distress when they play Musical Chairs.
Books Reviews; plus, Amber Tamblyn’s Poetry Corner.
Questions for the Queen Dr. Carol Queen helps a gal who gets an unwanted eyeful.
Giving a shocking new vibe a try; and more.
One-Handed Read “A Big Deck.”
By Rosalía Zizzo