PASSING OF THE TORCH: By Jimmy Webb Jr. and Manuel Gonzales


by Manuel Gonzales and Jimmy Webb Jr.

Great things come and go, but legacies last eternity. Dallas in its own unique way is an amazing place with people from all over the world. I’m not going to lie when I moved here on the 29th Day of April 2014 I was sad. I was sad to leave Boston. I was sad leaving everything I had to a city I knew nothing about (Dallas). Like any other place I’ve lived in, I fully emerged myself in the New England culture. I ate lobster rolls, steak tips, Fenway brats, and even bought Patriot’s, Redsox, Bruins, and Celtics gear (Big Deal for this sports fan). Moving to Dallas was a big step for me and I didn’t even know it. I tried my luck at finding a community all over town and it didn’t happen. I had a realization that what I was looking for didn’t exist in Dallas. When I started WERUNBIG there was only a handful of people in my Dallas contact list and with that, I knew I had a challenge ahead of me. On week two of WERUNBIGD I met a dude, this dude’s name was Jimmy Webb Jr, this is his story… read more

The November Project Summit 2016 – Plan, Hype, & General Expectations

The #NPSUMMIT, for those of you who have never been, is the biggest NP gathering that takes place only once a year. The weekend has an energy that is unmatched and has grown into a homecoming feel that Co-Leaders and members all get to share. What started as a way to get all the of leaders around one table back in 2013 has grown into something bigger and better than we could ever imagine. The November Project Summit will not disappoint. Join us. read more

Are you serious? 178. (BAL)

AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. That’s as much as I can physically muster about this morning. I 100% definitely shed a tear (or two) as ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY EIGHT fucking beautiful people just showed up  to November Project Baltimore. Let this go down in history on this day of 11/5/14 #YearbookPhotos. Sur-freaking-real. read more

Tribe Dominates the TV World

Recently, the Television visited Boston to tell the story of 10 cities of November Project or #Power10 as we call it. Despite our best efforts to include our friends from all the tribes the piece ended up being another BG/Bojan hype. So the #Power10 decided to combine their efforts and spend millions of dollars of production budget to produce this masterful edition of Universal Television Industries – UTI Breaking News! read more