Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Internets is a great place.  I recently came across custom furniture maker The New Traditionalists, and was blown away.  While I’m not a big interior design guy, I do appreciate fine work, and I knew it as soon as I clicked through their site.  After exchanging a few emails, manager Scott Procops offered some…

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I don’t know.  Call it Masters fever.  Call it ‘happy to see leaves on the trees’.  Whatever.  I’m seeing green…and lots of it: 1. Criquet Players Shirt in ‘Augusta Green’ 2. State Traditions Louisiana New Orleans Gameday Hat 3. Chester Mox Bi-fold Wallet 4. Cotton Brothers Green Gingham Buttondown Shirt 5. New Balance Green 998s…

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So you’ve got a date.  A good date.  You like this girl…and you scored some tickets to a Braves game.  Since this is a date, don’t break out the cornhole and start shotgunning beers on your lunch break to prepare.  This is a date.  Do it right: 1. 1908 Boston Braves Hat:  Braves, but especially a…

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Admittedly, the last time I wore a pair of Dockers was for the Team No Break shoot we did a few years ago.  I am very aware of their brand, and quite frankly, they have one of the best social media campaigns out there.  Dockers knows how to market their products via all the right…

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Billy Reid’s store in Atlanta is one of my favorite places.  Not only are the clothes simply outstanding, but the staff is as nice as it gets, and the aestetics of the store are spot on.  It’s a really cool place to be.  They invited me to come snap a few photographs during their spring…

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What I’m eyeing: The Wm. Lamb Redfish iPhone cover.  Sharp as a barb, folks.  Get it here.

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So how about The Masters?  Adam Scott’s playoff win was one for the ages.  Congrats to the Aussie on his first major.  With a swing like that, it’s hard to believe he won’t have a few more.  Speaking of the Masters, my good friend TJ from Onward Reserve had the rare opportunity to play at…

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