Monthly Archives: October 2013

42 years ago yesterday (October 29, 1971) the great Duane Allman passed at the age of 24.  While he left too soon, what he left will live forever. A top 5 – maybe top 3 – guitarist of all time.  See evidence here – “Statesboro Blues” from the 1970 Atlanta Pop Festival: One of the…

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Over the last few years, my sense of style has gone through some transitions.  While I have always been very conscious of clothes – where they are from, how they are made, etc, (MUCH more on this later) – I feel like I’m graduating through different phases of what is considered ‘stylish’.  Now, I have…

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He’s asked me out again. The first date was great, and I am excited for tonight. Nothing to fussy, I want to be comfortable and focus on getting to know this guy. Here’s how to do it, and make it look easy: From top left… 1. J. Crew Navy Blue Schoolboy Blazer: Such a staple,…

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So the first date went well.  She seems like a great girl and you want to take her out again.  Enter the realm of the second date.  Almost as important as the first, but with a ton more upside.  Most of the nervousness is gone, and tonight you’ll have a chance to really get to…

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I recently had the opportunity to play the famed East Lake Golf Club here in Atlanta.  It was a welcomed opportunity, as playing East Lake had been on my bucket list for years.  I have been to the course a number of times for the Tour Championship and other events, but I had never played….

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There isn’t a lot of love for flannel shirts, and I don’t know why.  Here in the south, the flannel shirt is a great layer when it gets cold.  Now, cold in the south means under 50 degrees.  I’m not talking about tundra that is above the Mason-Dixon.  Months and months of below freezing temperatures…

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