The time has come for millions to gather around the big screen, eat some buffalo chicken dip and watch two teams throw around the old pigskin. That’s right. It’s Super Bowl weekend and we’re starting to feel the thrill of what’s to come. From the game, eats, the halftime show and of course (our favorite part) the commercials.
Here are our picks of the week.
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He threw a Super Bowl party for homeless New Yorkers. Now, his ‘Super Soul Parties’ are being held nationwide
The first Super Soul Party in 2017 was a largely impromptu affair, designed to make sure a few folks experiencing homelessness could watch the biggest game of the year in comfort.
Six of our favorite Super Bowl LVI commercials so far
With the Super Bowl around the corner, The Drum’s US team picks out their favorite spots from the ads already released.
What a $6.5 million Super Bowl ad can buy in digital media
Brands advertising in this year’s Big Game are reportedly spending $6.5 million for a 30-second spot.
Super Bowl ads show limited diversity and inclusion progress
While some advancements have been made, representation is hard to quantify.
How Hip-Hop Inched Its Way to the Super Bowl Halftime Stage
The New York Times
At Sunday’s game, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar will lead the first-ever halftime performance with rap at its center. The genre has taken a roundabout path to get there.
Online betting companies are kicking off a Super Bowl ad blitz
It’s not just the office pool anymore. More than half of U.S. states now allow legalized sports betting, and in many cases it’s as easy as opening an app on your smartphone and making a wager.