For all those estate sale lovers who have a penchant for, perhaps, a seat from Crosley Field or a set of bronzed baby-shoes bookends, online auction site Everything But The […]
At long last, the NFL is returning to Los Angeles, or at least suburban Inglewood, Calif. After a meeting in Houston today, the league's owners voted 30-2 to approve the St. Louis Rams relocation application that will see the franchise return to the city it called home for nearly 50 years, from 1946 to 1994.
After more than two decades away, the National Football League appears closer than it's ever been to returning to Los Angeles.
As California's drought continues to worsen, the city of Los Angeles has turned to a local ad agency to help change residents' water habits.
Crispin Porter + Bogusky has reached inside Wieden + Kennedy to fill its top creative role in Los Angeles. Kevin Jones, a creative director at Wieden in Portland, Ore., is joining the L.A. office as executive creative director, starting in February. He succeeds Sue Anderson, who leaving to write a book through she'll remain with the shop until Jones arrives.
A few years ago, out-of-home advertising was still primarily used by either big, traditional brands or local businesses.
Workplace productivity has gone out the window once again thanks to "Tiny Birthday for a Tiny Hedgehog," the latest time-wasting video from agency HelloDenizen that has first-worlders convulsively hitting replay.
Who feels like getting naked and dancing through the strees of Los Angeles? Wait, don't answer until you've watched this.
Pelle Sjoenell, chief creative officer of Bartle Bogle Hegarty in Los Angeles, has taken on a new, secondary mission: leading agency contributions to a new joint venture with Scooter Braun's SB Projects.