We can think of no better match than the world's most extreme athletes and the gritty backdrops of the Motor City. Having a hard time imagining it? To make it easier, Kevin Krease and Garret Koehler enlisted the help of the Detroit-based digital media firm Work Inc to use their production magic to give a preview of what it might look like to have a rally car drift through the streets of their hometown. Now, head on over to their site and join the movement.
We find their lack of control amusing.
Laurene Powell Jobs and Emerson Collective are spearheading a new campaign for an immigration reform project called The Dream Is Now. As a way to raise awareness on America's broken immigration system, they have partnered with Oscar-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim to make this 30-minute documentary following the struggles of undocumented youth and their families. The film will premiere April 2013 in Washington D.C. and then be shown on college campuses and in communities across the country.
We're sure plenty of artists have wanted to go Patrick Bateman on Weird Al Yankovic, Huey Lewis is just the first one to get his shot. For the 30th anniversary of the album Sports, the Huey Lewis and the News frontman reenacts the classic scene from American Psycho where Christian Bale chops Jared Leto up with an axe to the band's 1986 hit "Hip to be Square", and it's just as awesome as you'd imagine.