25 Things That Happened Last Month That You Should Know About

We know your Facebook and Twitter feeds are constantly being flooded with stuff that you probably don’t really care about seeing. So, we put together a list of some of some pretty cool/ridiculous/unfortunate/nonsensical things that happened in the creative and pop-culture worlds last month that you might have missed that we think you should know about.

Happy reading!

1. Google’s New Logo Is Its Biggest Update In 16 Years

2. McDonald’s to start all-day breakfast nationally on Oct. 6

3. How Trump is schooling Jeb on Instagram

4. Design Team Behind New Verizon Logo Says It’s Meant to Be Flexible, Not ‘Clever or Flashy’

5. Tech companies form alliance for open-source video format

6. Kylie Jenner starts anti-bullying #IAmMoreThan campaign on Instagram

7. Hipster Barbie’s Instagram is Cooler than Yours Will Ever Be

8. The Catalina Wine Mixer From “Step Brothers” Is Actually Happening

9. Facebook’s rolling out its biggest overhaul to its Pages for businesses yet

10. 16-Year-Old Chef is Opening His First Restaurant in New York City

11. This Harry Potter-Themed Bar Just Opened And It’s Positively Magical

12. The Internet Has Lost Its Damn Mind About The New Pink iPhone

13. ‘Super Mario’ creator reveals that you’ve been living a lie

14. British people’s secret confessions are being displayed in a train station

15. Arnold Schwarzenegger Will Take Over for Donald Trump as Host of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’

16. The world’s largest PR firm has decided to cut ties with groups that produce coal or work to counter climate-change action

17. A Facebook Dislike button — or something like it — is coming soon

18. Aiming for a Comeback, Hpnotiq Wants You to Party Like It’s 2001

19. Minions Are Roaming The Streets Of China Selling Bananas

20. Apple might finally let you delete those pre-installed apps you don’t want

21. Nickelodeon Might Be Launching A Channel With Nothing But ’90s Cartoons

22. Facebook Now Lets Advertisers Pay Only For Fully Visible Ads

23. Japan has scrapped its 2020 Olympics logo amid allegations of plagiarism

24. Snickers Swaps Out Its Brand Name for Hunger Symptoms on Painfully Honest Packaging

25. Women are breaking down abortion stigma one tweet at a time

Emily Wincel | Social Media Strategist

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Veronique founded The James Agency (TJA) in 2005 with the goal of creating an agency focused on open communication and transparency with clients and employees. Today, the award-winning, integrated agency specializes in consumer advertising, public relations and digital and continues to exemplify Veronique’s original vision.

Veronique and her team collaborate to produce creatively-fueled, results-driven campaigns that help clients achieve their goals and positively impact their bottom line. Under Veronique’s direction, TJA has been honored with numerous industry and culture awards, including being named to the Inc. 5000 and Entrepreneur Top Company Cultures lists.

Actively involved in the community, Veronique is currently a member of Entrepreneur’s Organization, Arizona Chapter. She served as the organization’s third female president in 2017/2018. She has received numerous accolades for her leadership, entrepreneurship and community involvement.

Veronique is originally from Southern California and graduated with a BFA in Visual Communication from the University of Arizona.

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