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"UKRAINE . Pretty Cool Place" - Vimeo

Luke Huxham used to focus exclusively on producing car content, but he's much bigger than that now, and his outfit, Huxham Creative Studio, is pumping out some really interesting content from lesser-explored corners of the world. The latest comes from Ukraine, and it's far more creative than any other state-sponsored campaigns I've seen lately. Give it a watch and tell me you don't want to visit Kyiv (or Kiev) this summer.

-Cole Pennington, Editor

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"As theaters reopen, a crucial cinematic ingredient is back: The audience" - The Washington Post

Yesterday, I was walking down the street in my Brooklyn neighborhood - you know, errands and whatnot. I passed by a small movie theater, which sat shuttered for the entirety of the pandemic with the words "See you again soon" spelled out on the marquee. I've walked by this classic old-timey movie house a million times, but this was different. The smell of popcorn hit my nose with electric force. A wave of nostalgia overcame me. This is all to set up a prescient article in The Washington Post that speaks to the irreplaceable importance of a theater-going audience. I patiently await the day when we all go back to the movies again.

-Danny Milton, Editor

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"Slavery Didn't End On Juneteenth. Here's What You Should Know About This Important Day" - NPR

History can be a sensitive subject. We have come far, but we have a lot more work to do. I believe that acknowledging history is one of the ways to progress forward - no matter how ugly it can get at times. Juneteeth is significant to me because the remaining African American's were granted freedom; essentially having as much significance as the 4th of July. What the NPR article highlights is the history of this day and the awareness of change not being immediate. With the news of Juneteenth being declared a national holiday, I believe this is a great informative essay. Again, a lot of work to be done, but awareness and action plays a critical role.

-Keitravis Aquire, Account Manager

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"Reactions to collapse of Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen" - Reuters

I have followed this international soccer star since many clubs ago, when he was an up and coming Ajax star in the Netherlands. Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch during a Euro Cup match this last weekend and his heart stopped. He was being administered CPR on the field in attempts to revive him. Immediately, on Twitter and other social media outlets, there was a huge and positive outpouring of love and well wishes. I have been heavily involved in the soccer community here, but in moments like this it was about all the emotions that can be brought out by just caring for another human being you've never met without realizing the wonderful impact you have on others. Seemingly, Christian Eriksen should be OK, following surgery and rehab, but his career is likely over at the age of 29. In the moment of his collapse, it did seem like the entire world had one purpose, one direction, and that was to heal one man. It may have worked.

- Jay Seltzer, E-Commerce Fulfillment Coordinator

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"Tour Colman Domingo's Story-Filled Wonderland in Southern California" - AD

Full disclosure, I used to work for AD, but can say with the utmost confidence that I would be obsessed with this space no matter what. The L.A. home of Colman Domingo and his partner Raúl Aktanov is a real beaut. Their whole mid-century maximalist vibe feels like some sort of California fantasia. The bathroom features a wall of original tile from LAX terminals 3, 4, and 6, the pool says 'o so shallow,' and the art collection is to die for. The video is also an absolute delight - not only do you get to see more of the space, but it's also led by the Euphoria star himself, and who has a better voice than Colman Domingo? Nobody, that's who.

-Nora Taylor, Deputy Editor

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