Thursday Stir

By Kyle O'Brien 

-In Mexico, ageism in the workplace is real, even for people with proven experience. “Skills” for the Museum of Memory and Tolerance of Mexico by The Juju Mexico, explores the discrimination issue of ageism and highlights that those with experience and wisdom are often overlooked in favor of youth and technology when it comes to hiring.

-Major League Baseball has hired Wieden+Kennedy as its new creative agency of record and Adweek takes a look inside the relationship.

-Adweek’s Creator Visionary Awards are back for a third year and the call for nominations are out.


-Fender and Wrangler have teamed up to put out some unique branded merchandise, and Adweek went behind the denim for an exploration of the collaboration.

-Adweek explores the brands who feature within the Museum of the Failure.

-Timberland is connecting the 50th anniversaries of hip-hop and the shoe that has been a fixture of New York City streetwear in a new campaign.

-Dove’s latest campaign from Ogilvy and David takes aim at TikTok’s new Bold Glamour filter.

-Vice Media’s new co-CEOs have laid out a new commercial strategy for the company.

-Coors Light is introducing its limited-edition Coors-icles, non-alcoholic Coors-flavored popsicles intended for consumers 21+, to help fans stay chill during the NCAA basketball tourney.