Wild Card

It was inevitable. We’re halfway through August. Summer is coming to an end. Take a break from the screens in your life. Is there anything better than unwinding on the porch with a book? The answer is no. There is nothing better. And since you’re making all of these definitive life changes, you might as […]

Wild Card

Between the World Cup, emails, and binge-watching Netflix, the chances are pretty great that we’re spending a little too much time staring at a screen. But it looks like we’re seeing a break in the stream. Soccer matches are happening now at the rate of roughly one per day as the end of the tournament […]

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Yosemite in the Sixties is a 144-page anthology of rock climber and photographer Glen Denny’s documentation of climbing’s golden age in Yosemite Valley. Throughout the late 1950s and 60s, a tightly knit group of climbers ushered in a new era of the sport. Fueled by a stable diet of canned food, the climbers tackled unprecedented […]

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When the English version of Take Ivy was announced a few years ago, I immediately pre-ordered it. This was back in 2010 and until then, the reputation of this sartorially iconic book was more of myth than of fact, particularly in the U.S. In the early 1960s, Japanese photographer Teruyoshi Hayashida traveled throughout the American […]

Wild Card

Summer is more than just beaches and cookouts, but the time of year when the pace of life slows down to offer just enough time to enjoy a good read or two. Some may go for the classics, others may choose more recently published work, and a handful are doers who like to read books […]

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In the spirit of Father’s Day and Generations of Style, we found this well thumbed through copy of The Official Preppy Handbook floating around the office that originally belonged to Reid’s Dad, Wayne. Equal parts satire, fact and irony, consider this handbook the comprehensive field guide to living the life of full-fledged prep. There are […]