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ATLiens, This Bud's for You

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ATLiens, This Bud's for You

Here in the A, we like to celebrate our hometown heroes. Outkast's Big Boi is always a favorite from ATL's rap and hip-hop scene. So we're excited to see him featured on Budweiser's new, limited-edition tall boy, which has been dubbed the TallBoi. It's cooler than a polar bear's toenails, y'all, and only available in Georgia.

NBA vs. China: The Billion-Dollar Tweet

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NBA vs. China: The Billion-Dollar Tweet

As we get ready to kick off the NBA season on October 22, there is an ongoing controversy, drawing attention away from the actual game and its great players: a social media post. A since-deleted tweet by Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey read “Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong.” This tweet in support of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong has caused China to lash out at the NBA.

Those Were the Days

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Those Were the Days

If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

Well, in the case of some the best-known brands in the world, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Target, Ralph Lauren, Pottery Barn and Versace are hopping on the retro bandwagon lately and creating a big buzz.

Blacker than Black

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Blacker than Black

Scientists recently discovered the blackest black in the world and BMW was quick to offer this ultra-black light-absorbing paint as a color for its new X6. But Vantablack is so 2016.

Have Influencers Made Fashion Weeks Passé?

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Have Influencers Made Fashion Weeks Passé?

When Parisian fashion shows were canceled during World War II because of the Nazi occupation of France, designers had to find another way to promote their work. The result was “Fashion Week,” originally dubbed “Press Week,” which launched in 1943 as a way for journalists – and, by extension, the public – to see the collections scheduled to arrive in stores the following season.

136 Movies, Shows, Books & Albums to Check Out This Month

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136 Movies, Shows, Books & Albums to Check Out This Month

Now that summer's basically over, our tribe has definitely turned its attention to the fall season of movie releases, returns of our favorite shows . . . and of course, a little sportsball. Check out some of our picks below and then head over to Fast Company for a comprehensive list of September releases that also includes books and music to inspire some fresh fall thinking.

Yalo's Back-to-School Reading List

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Yalo's Back-to-School Reading List

The kids may be the ones headed back to class, but it doesn't mean they're the only ones who could benefit from logging a little more reading time now that summer's coming to an end. Check out some of our favorite recent reads to help you get pumped for a productive and inspired fall.

How Makers Are Using EdTech to Inspire the Next Generation

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How Makers Are Using EdTech to Inspire the Next Generation

For all that we hear about technology causing greater disconnection in society today, a growing movement of “makers” is offering a different twist on this narrative, instead using technology to unite people around making the world a better place. See how companies like Nintendo are developing educational toys that help teach young people how to put innovation and collaboration into action.

Artist of the Week: Billie Eilish

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Artist of the Week: Billie Eilish

After a record 19 weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, the song of Summer 2019, Old Town Road, has been dethroned. Billie Eilish's Bad Guy  took the title this week after a record nine weeks in the No. 2 spot.

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