Around the internets lately: Spartacus takes over Starbucks. THen, an amazing anniversary tribute of Lincoln’s Gettysburg address from the Ohio State University Marching Band. Finally, The Boys of Boston are back: this time they take on Britney Spears “Work Bitch”. (more…)
The founder of Abercrombie & Fitch wants only the “cool kids” to shop at his stores. That’s his idea of branding. Change the brand: send the cool kids to buy their clothes and deliver them to the homeless.
Apparently, citizens of countries within the European Union receive an universal health insurance card which guarantees health coverage if you take a holiday in a neighboring country. The promoters of Obamacare should take note of this ad.
The set concludes with a question: what would it be like for you to win a Gold medal at the Winter Olympics? Great. What if you couldn’t embrace your partner in celebration? Welcome to Russia in the 21st century.
On the internets this week: a new comic con movie trailer for Spiderman 2, Steve Grand gives his first tv performance on Chicago Ch. 7′s “Windy City Live”. And French choreographer Yani Marshall goes all Kazaky in his campy dance tribute to the Spice Girls… (more…)
Pulp fiction, Beatlejuice, Grease, Mean Girls, Little Miss Sunshine, Ferris Bueller, A Night At The Roxbury, Office Space, Go! and 68 other movie dance scenes are mashed together to Men Without Hats’ “Safety Dance”. Brilliant!
American native and former member of 2AM Park Jaeboem (who goes by the family name Jay Park) debuted his latest music video “Joah” over the weekend. Park is also a member of the Seattle based bboy dance crew Art Of Movement (AOM). Their latest video, featuring Mark Ronson’s awesome song “Stop Me”, follows “Joah”.