• Real Mexican Experience

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    Isn't the real Mexican experience getting stuck on the toilet in Tijuana for 6 straight days and becoming so dehydrated you hallucinate? Maybe that was just our experience.

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  • Miller Lite invented you.

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    Sure, the premise is a little sketchy. As is the thought that your parents getting drunk on Miller Light is what lead to you being born. But it's still a mighty fun spot.

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  • Budweiser's Epic Hype Film for Today's USA vs. Belgium Game

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    This is uh, really something.

    When you've made it this far and it's win or go home and the whole country's skipping out of work to cheer their brains out, there's only one other thing you need: AN EPIC HYPE FILM. Watch the new Budweiser World Cup 2014 commercial for the USA vs Belgium round of 16 match. Let's do this. Go USA.

  • Parenthood - Apple iPhone 5s

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    Don't get us wrong. We like this campaign for the iPhone. We just want a new version of the phone already.

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  • #ShitToHit TONIGHT: Live in the Alley - A Creative Block Party by @TOKYbd

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    Midtown Alley is home to some of the most creative companies in the city, and we're proud to be a part of it. All summer long, we'll be celebrating this awesome community by bringing our neighbors together for food, drinks, and music right here on Locust Street.

    Join us for the first Live in the Alley Creative Block Party on Friday, June 27. Starting at 4pm, we're shutting down Locust from Garrison to Cardinal. We'll have music from the Rhythm Section Road Show and food and drink will be available from Baileys' Restaurants.

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  • Shepard Fairey: Obey This Film

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    From skateboarder to visual icon king, Shepard Fairey describes how his counter-culture OBEY brand came to be and how the street art methodology played into his work later in life. Very inspiring short documentary.

  • Cardinals Mural - @MaxTemescu

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    Wash. U. Communications Design student Max Max Temescu wanted to draw a mural that was "St. Louisy." His depiction of a cardinals player sliding into home amidst a cloud of dust and under the back drop of a cheering dugout (and the Arch) is pretty damn St. Louisy. Just goes to show, you can even find artwork on the side of a car wash in the suburbs. Good work Max.



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  • New Editorial: From Marketer to Coder >>

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    Think it's impossible to make the move from your current position into becoming a developer? It was just too thrilling for Bree Thomas to resist. Read about how she did it — and how you can too — in her new piece, "From Marketer to Coder."

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