Matt Stopera

Matt Stopera Deputy Editorial Director, Devout Member of the Church of Godney Contact this reporter at
  • Slothwear Apparel

    Hey there Matt - I work with a company that is all about sloths. We’re a newer company, trying to spread the idea of slothin - taking time to appreciate the simple things in life. We try and spread the idea through t-shirts, frisbees, stickers, hoodies, and we hope to grow quickly. As Slothsgiving is upon us, I was hopeful that you could help us promote our idea. Please let me know if you’d like a sample shirt/hood/frisbee so you’re confident that your fans will be happy with the product. And feel free to check out our site, Thanks for your consideration. Stay slothin’ Bashar View Image ›

  • Art Vs Science “Creature Of The Night”

    The latest music video from Art vs Science is a whacky, hilarious and fun romp into an acid trip version of ‘Wizard of Oz’ meets ‘The Mighty Boosh’ and ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Please enjoy this music video I directed (James Chappell I directed Dami Im’s “Super Love” music video which you posted previously here - Hope you like it! :) Watch Video ›

  • Beyoncé - Deja Vu Ft. Jay-Z (Borneland Remix)

    Time passes fast when you are having fun - no doubt about that. A lot of things have happened since our release of ‘Bug A Boo (Borneland Remix)’; New studio, new projects, EP coming up and endless hours recording, mixing and hanging out … and then suddenly we found ourselves in the middle of something. Psychologists and doctors would maybe characterise this as a product of imagination or dreams coming true. You might already guessed it just by the title of the mix, but in case you haven’t: we found ourselves in the middle of something we had experienced before, also known as a deja vu. When we listened to this track, the temptation was just too big - it was irresistible. A Deja Vu is the sensation that an event or experience has been experienced before, however, what characterises a deja vu is that you have not actually experienced it before - it just feels very familiar. This release is not something you have seen or heard before, but we hope you will enjoy our ‘Deja Vu (Borneland Remix)’, just as much as you enjoyed our first meeting with Mrs Knowles. Déjà vu, (/ˌdeɪʒɑː ˈvuː/) from French, literally “already seen before”, is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced or has been experienced in the past, whether it has actually happened or not. Watch Video ›

  • Who Wants Love

    In early 2014, 826CHI launched a partnership with Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring Creatives (EPIC) and its team of talented volunteer designers. As a continuation of that partnership, Designkitchen, an advertising firm in Chicago, offered to produce a series of videos showcasing 826CHI students reading their published writing. We think these videos beautifully encapsulate the imagination, creativity, and revelrous spirit of 826CHI. Quinn W. has been coming to 826CHI for four years and wrote the poem “Who Wants Love?” as a fourth grader. It was published in 826CHI’s Compendium Volume 3 and has been featured in at least four wedding ceremonies. Now in 8th grade, Quinn regularly attends our After-School Tutoring program and is known to write incredible poetry and rock some fantastically sparkly pink snowboots. “Who Wants Love?” was also read aloud at The Library of Congress during the award ceremony for the 2013 Library of Congress American Literacy Award, which was awarded to the chapters of 826 National in September 2013. Watch Video ›


    A warm dedication to our Winter Olympiads in Sochi. Gymnasty: Luge: Ski Jumping: Curling: Luge Outfits: Watch Video ›

  • Hi Matt

    I didnt see a way to message you but I wanted to say Hi and tell you that I liked your Florida post. Theres a radio station in buffalo that plays a game called OTF (Ohio Texas Florida) where people try to guess which state somebody in the news did something stupid in. The answer is always Florida. Email me!, I live in Westchester now. Your friend Betty View List ›

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