Monthly Archives: August 2012

Leading from the Front: William Segal and The Gentry Man

But then, Gentry wasn’t designed for everyone. Segal admitted that if only one hundred thousand men took a  liking to the publication and followed its aesthetic of intelligently executed affluence, not only would the magazine be a success, but non … Continue reading

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Lack Of Effort or Keeping Up Standards

Jorts and a t-shirt, ball cap and running shoes. The default everyday wear around the neighborhood. It bugs me. It occurred to me that summer was coming to  a close and I had yet to don the full summer kit. … Continue reading

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Cool Breeze

The morning after a storm is always cool enough to have a cup of coffee on the new porch. Which is needed since the dog, deathly afraid of thunder, pants and drools on my head all night. Do many of … Continue reading

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