Two Too Much?

Too Much Good TV? Is there too much “good television” on the air right now? This topic has recently come up a few times, and is one that’s starting to make an avid TV watcher like myself question his viewing habits. I first started considering this a little over a week ago when I read this...

Funny Friday: The 19...

A TED Talk inspired me to explore life through the eyes of a three year old. After seeing today’s world through a younger perspective, I decided to look back at my ‘90s childhood and view media I was exposed to through an older lens. As it turns out, the ‘90s children programming is somewhat...

Throwback Thursday: ...

Technology is constantly changing in our world. With new advances, modern technology continues to replace the old. What we have and know today will most likely seem like ancient artifacts 20 years from now. Simply looking back at the old “cutting-edge techno gadgets” shows just...

Wednesdays with Will: Top NBA Memes Apr24

Wednesdays with Will...

Welcome to Wednesdays with Will. Today, in the spirit of the NBA playoffs, I’m showcasing my five favorite NBA memes. Check them out below, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite. Post by NBA Memes. Post by NBA Memes. Post by NBA Memes. Post by NBA Memes. LOLOL Lebron’s...

Two Must-See Movies Apr23

Two Must-See Movies

You know what they say about April showers… they’re the best time to catch a flick. These days, Americans are more selective when it comes to viewing movies. People hold out on seeing films in the theaters (unless it’s the midnight premier of another long-awaited sequel), pass up DVD and/or...

“Mad Men” Friday

Today is “Mad Men” day at SJG—we turned back the clocks, the clothes and the music to 1960. In light of our theme, check out our “Mad Men” voice-over for a few laughs and be sure to stay tuned for some of our “Mad Men” inspired SJG photos....

Invisible Art

Sometimes the beauty of artwork lies in what we don’t see. For instance, Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” is more than an abstract city view. The piece is an impressionist painting that uses rich colors and imprecise strokes to convey emotion. It’s not something you see to understand, but...

Wednesdays with Will...

The term “Lost Generation” refers to the generation that came of age during World War I. Hemingway characterizes this generation as a completely hedonistic era of people who deem their own pleasures to be of the most important and setting out to progress at their own pace.  Though many...

Stay the Course

The 1896 Summer Olympics resurrected a long distance course first run by Pheidippides thousands of years before when he  announced the Greek’s victory in the Battle of Marathon. A year later, 1897, Boston—the city from which the American Revolution was born and whose shot was heard...

Funny Friday: When M...

Is there nothing sacred anymore?  Are there no secrets?  Are there no private topics that aren’t fodders for tweets, posts or commercial broadcasts? Last night while watching NBC, a pretty woman started talking about discomfort and itching.  I cringed.  I wondered if this was her shining...

Loco for Tacos: Adve...

 Advertising is consistently changing. From “can bags” to talking animals, we’ve seen advertisements come and go; yet, some seem to embed themselves in our minds forever.  Tapping into Our Emotions Does the phrase, “Yo quiero Taco Bell” (“I want Taco...

Two Legacies for Tue...

“To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die”   –Clyde Campbell Each and every day people work towards the legacies they will inevitably leave– legacies which allow people to transcend death and permit them, at least in memories, to become immortal. Everyone—from average...

Funny Friday with Wi...

Sometimes all you can say about something is, “we learned a lot in the process.” Today’s post is one of those. We did a little experiment this week at SJG. It involved our clever and creative Will, of Wednesdays with Will, and a great topic, the upcoming Lollapalooza lineup. But along the...

Two for Tuesday: Ima...

It’s an especially busy week here at SJG.  But it’s Two for Tuesday – and we promise not to disappoint! Today, we have two incredible videos to inspire you! First, The Anti Defamation League released this video a couple of weeks ago.  It is powerful!  Let me just tease you...

The Anatomy of THE P...

Hey you pranksters, check your calendars because it’s April 1st, and you know what that means. In reality, the process of creating a successful prank is not much different than developing an effective advertising campaign.  For instance, you have to know who you’re going to prank...