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Buntology’s 2011 Summer Festy Guide

After enduring one of the longest and most brutal winters the east coast has seen in years, festival season is almost upon us!!!

As much as we’d all like to kick off our shoes and enjoy every festy the summer has to offer, the reality is that with full-time jobs and bills to pay, most of us have to be a bit more selective about the ones we attend.

Because of this, Buntology has enlisted the help of five expert panelists to offer their infinite wisdom and expertise on the subject, and to make sure that YOU get the most bang for your buck this summer… 

The technology has failed us!

UPDATE:  All better!

Through some sort of wild glitch, our fancy new logo that Travis “T-Pain” Pinsonnault designed for us has disappeared. Along with all our site art. So our logo has gone vintage until we figure this situation out.

In the meantime, check out the latest in Buntology fashion by the merchandise mistress herself, Miss Christina Razionale.

Buntology hat

Escape(d) from D.C.

We’re back. By God, people, we made it.


It was very, very cold, and we wandered the streets of Washington for more than six hours. Did we meet Obama? Not quite. As a matter of fact, we fared worse than the people at home – Buntology didn’t even hear his inauguration speech. We were sharing a bathroom with four other women as angry Starbucks employees banged on the door, screaming at us to get out. Now that’s what I call “Obama bringing people together.”


But at least we’ll be able to say we were there. We DID get a lot of cool interviews and stumble to some interesting places. Who knew the U.S. Postal Museum could be so cool?

Headin’ home – hopefully

so, after waiting in the cold for, legitimately, several hours, we’ve finally boarded bus 3 back to westfield. Although we didn’t meet PRESIDENT OBAMA, we did get some great “man on the street” comments and vids. We got some verrrry intense frostbite, too – the EMT said we might have to amputate Jackie’s big toe! Just making memories. So many memories. We’ll post more extensive info after this hellish 8-hour bus ride ends. if It ends.

oh god, so cold

Soo here we are, in DC, posting via cell phone. It’s freezing, no buildings are open and we can’t see anything. We did get some cool pics and interviews, but mostly we’re trying to figure out how to spend the next three godforsaken hours. We already dropped so much money on drinks and food so we could sit in restaurants. Now we’re broke. Oh god. What next?

The Journey Begins!

We’re an hour away from boarding the bus to Washington, D.C., where we’ll be among the millions of people gathering to watch the inauguration of the 44th president, Barack Obama. It’s gonna be historic, it’s gonna be emotional, and it’s gonna be right here on

We’ll be posting videos and writing stories from the “big event,” and hopefully bumping into some cool people. “Man on the street,” as they say in the biz. So check Buntology for news from the front lines of the Obama inauguration!

And if you’re in the Springfield area, check out Buntology on CBS 3 at 11 p.m.!