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Ring of Fire / How Johnny Cash Conquered Country

The appeal of the motorcycle is strong in American culture, and we suspect that it has a lot to do with this country’s built-in pioneering spirit. Selecting your course and sticking to it is a common theme on our blog, so we thought that we’d keep heading down that road. After giving this subject some… [MORE]

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The Legend of Henry Miller

Henry Miller is considered one of the greatest writers of the early 20th-Century, and justifiably so. Miller was far from the first… [MORE]

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Style Icon // Jean-Claude Killy

In our opinion, skiing is the quintessential winter sport. Although we’ll readily leave the high speeds to the pros, there’s nothing like… [MORE]

A Walk on the Wild Side

Lou Reed is often cited as one of the most influential musicians of contemporary music, and justifiably so. His legacy can be… [MORE]

Fred Perry – The Tennis Champion

1936 – The year the Hoover Dam was completed, Gone with the Wind was first published and, until this past weekend, the last time… [MORE]

Style Icons // Ledbury Dapper Dads

Dads – we can thank them for introducing us to far better music than whatever everyone else was listening to at school,… [MORE]

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Lessons on Style // Robert Redford

Throughout the late 60s and 70s, perhaps none of Hollywood’s leading men had more style than Robert Redford. On screen and off,… [MORE]

Lessons On Style: Marvin Gaye

The better part of my week has been spent diving into Marvin Gaye’s rich discography on Spotify. While listening to Gaye’s music… [MORE]

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Lessons On Style: Waylon Jennings

During the late 60s into the 70s, no other musician embodied the spirit of a hard living, honky-tonk rebel more so than… [MORE]