• Play The Mayoral Adventure Game.

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    Got some time to kill? Brought to us by our good friends over at Boston.com, the online Mayoral Adventure Game was created in the spirit of the "Choose Your Own Adventure" books. Here, Boston.comment invites you on a 1980s nostalgia trip through the city. You can follow Boston’s transit lines to learn about the candidates. Just make sure you’re not sidelined -- or worse -- before you get a chance to vote.

    The Preliminary Municipal Election for Mayor, City Coucillors At-Large and District City Councillors is next Tuesday, Sept. 24th.

  • Dammit, Wes Welker.

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    Agency: Wieden

  • Cumbies & The Hoff are Thirsty for Love.

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    That's right. This spot comes to you, locally, from our friends over at Full Contact. Just thought you should know.

  • WANTED: Teddy Bear For Agency Award Theft.

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    Have you seen this bear? He stole NAIL's Ad Age Small Agency of the Year (Northeast) Award.


    Anywho, congrats, you guys.

    Good luck finding that bear...

  • NAIL Frees An Intern.

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    Not too long ago, NAIL was named one of the best places to work in RI. In light of such recognition, they decided to free one of their interns.

    Now, wasn't that nice of them?

  • NOW HIRING: Simon Pearce is Looking for a Creative Director.

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    Simon Pearce in Windsor, VT is looking for a Creative Director. Check out this full-time opportunity now.

    Please Note: You must become a member to see jobs posted within the last three days.

  • That Rolling Stone Cover: Worth the Trouble?

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    So, as you know, Rolling Stone magazine broke the internet by publishing this cover for their August issue, and inciting some strong reaction from folks who care:

    We are all for freedom of the press and freedom of speech here at the Egotist. But more than anything, we are big supporters of the heroes, victims and survivors of that fateful in April. So is the controversy caused by this cover worth the trouble? Or the coverage and attention it's been getting? Or the energy people have been spending to contemplate, react and then voice their violent disapproval of it?

    Is this another case of sensationalism trumping journalism? Was it on purpose? Did RS expect the backlash?

    In any case, we wanted to feature one of those responses to the magazine cover; it is particularly articulate, especially considering it's coming from our very own, Mayor Tom "Mumbles" Menino himself:

    What do you think?

    Via.

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