A scene from the great historical drama of the Cherokee Indians
depicting a part of the colorful ‘Harvest Dance’ in a village in the
Great Smoky Mountains. The drama plays nightly except Mondays, from late
June through early September, at Mountainside Theatre, Cherokee, North
It’s so much more than just a band 📷 @travelarcher
Been smashing it on Pokemon Go recently? Been on festivals over the summer? Dressed up for the release of Suicide Squad? Perfect! This month the #Shutta office is mad for POP CULTURE! We want anything from the, frankly, massive category that is Popular Culture. Be it geeky Sci-Fi or musically exhilarating we want it all! Whoever captures the best Pop Culture moment with #Shutta for this Mission will be carrying away an amazing 6 month Subscription to Loot Crate!
At a conference in June, NBC CEO Steve Burke explained what would constitute an Olympics “nightmare,” Bloomberg reports. “We wake up someday and the ratings are down 20%,” he said. “If that happens, my prediction would be that millennials had been in a Facebook bubble or a Snapchat bubble and the Olympics have come, and they didn’t know it.”
That nightmare is basically here, as the Olympics saw a sharp viewership dip for the first time since 2000. Among 18- to 49-year-olds, the damage is even greater than 20%, sitting at a 25% drop-off
A wild Pikachu appeared!
People in New Orleans were surprised
one day when someone had illegally
installed this Pikachu statue overnight,
covered it in patina to make it look like it
had been there for years, and inscribed
it with the hashtag #pokemonument.
Nobody knows where it came from, but
Pokemon GO players really enjoy visiting. SourceSource 2Source 3