According to previous reports, the agency was to be led by a creative supergroup, comprised of McBride, Harrington and possibly Wieden vet Hal Curtis, who, it was later announced, was going to remain at W+K. Harrington says, however, that the supergroup proposition remains intact, and the agency will soon be beefing up with lead talents from the interactive and design worlds in order to make good on its goal to be a truly integrated shop. “People in those areas traditionally don’t get a seat at the table but are at the back end of the process.
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Back to the deal: One guy delivering those lines, an imposing looking sort, is Gralen Banks, an actor who is also a member of the Black Men of Labor, one of some three dozen Social Aid Pleasure Clubs that sponsor second line parades in New Orleans; the other, diminutive and serious looking, is Keith Frazier, the actual bass drummer and co founder of the Rebirth Brass Band. They’re working out a price for eight musicians to march in and play a four hour parade in a shattered economy. The scene re creates the first second line parade since Hurricane Katrina a memorial for a local chef, Austin Leslie, a true life fallen hero of a culture in which music and cuisine, along with architecture and dance, are of one piece.
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What is it with these immigrants that desire to work in France but don’t want to adopt the French culture thats really what the Burqa ban is about (not simply religion and politics although culture includes them both). The old saying “When in Rome do as the Romans do” seems to be ignored by many muslim immigrants almost to the point of arrogance. It’s like they’re saying “we came to work here, but not participate in your decadent, evil culture, so we’ll keep apart, and keep our own valules in our little communities and only speak Arabic, and have no desire to integrate with French culture and history”.