In case you missed it last month…

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 we think you should know about.

Happy reading!

1. The Pantone Cafe Serves the Colorful Meal of Your Dreams 

2. Forbes and Tinder start a small, very exclusive app for career networking 

3. After Twitter Freakout, Tinder Says it ‘Overreacted’ to Vanity Fair Article

4. Instagram has officially switched on its advertising API

5. The First New Converse All Star Design In 100 Years

6. Giant Minion Wreaks Havoc on Dublin 

7. Pornhub Says Its Premium Service Is So Incredible, You’ll Talk About It at Inappropriate Times

8. Wheaties Is Now Making Beer, for Those Who Want a Different Breakfast of Champions

9. Miller Lite is Targeting Typography-Loving Millennial Guys on Instagram

10. Target Moves Away From Gender-Based Signs 

11. Adobe is now offering up to 26 weeks of paid time off for new mothers through a combination of medical and parental leave

12. You can stay in a Leinenkugel Beer-branded Airbnb in Brooklyn or Austin for around $400 a night

13. Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush Are Having a Photoshop Battle on Twitter 

14. Coke Chooses 3 WPP Agencies for Its Next Big Global Ad Campaign

15. Now That Vertical Video Is Finally Legitimate, Creatives Need to Rethink Everything

16. Bud Light Unveils 28 Different Team-Specific Cans for NFL Fans

17. Subway Officially Cuts Ties With Jared

18. Hackers Release Details Of Ashley Madison Cheaters

19. The oldest wombat in captivity celebrates his 30th birthday on Tinder

20. The great #PlaneBreakUp of 2015 that was trending on Twitter

21. McDonald’s Denies Burger King’s Request to Create a “McWhopper” for World Peace Day

22. Facebook and Twitter’s Quick Actions Stopped Video of Virginia Shootings From Being Widely Shared 

23. Thinking Outside the Square: Support for Landscape and Portrait Formats on Instagram

24. Star Wars Shut Down This Facebook Commenter Who Wants Female Armor to Look More Ladylike  

25. Kanye West Announce that He Will Be Running For President in 2020 at the VMAs 

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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