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Big bad bully Selfish Seamstress is back at it again, ruthlessly ripping off innocent, defenseless fashion giants like Kate Spade New York! This time, Selfish set her sights on the Victoria Faux Fur Pullover, which I believe was part of the line in late 2011 or early 2012, originally retailed for $845, and long since sold out. I only discovered it a couple of weeks ago though, and was immediately obsessed with this weird, weird garment. Seriously. A shirt made out of fur. And somehow that seemed like a can’t-live-without-it garment. Go figure. Read the rest of this entry »
More than a century after his death, Lewis Carroll has answered speculation about whether he was a paedophile.
A letter has emerged in which the Alice In Wonderland author discusses his fondness for children and apparently suggests that he prefers girls to boys.
But characteristically, its cryptic nature does little to resolve the questions about his sexuality which have long preoccupied the experts on his work. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m partial to a little necktie refashioning, particularly when there are so many unwanted ties found in charity shops and thrift stores around the world. I have a pinterest board dedicated to things made with mens neckties, that I add to for future ideas. Read the rest of this entry »
After just a few shop chores this Tuesday AM, I hit the flats in a hurry (so fast that I got 3 miles down the road before realizing I had no rods in the boat after loaning it to some buddies for our C.P.R. tournament last week). Doing a big drift on Stedman’s with a west wind, BIG water, and a drift sock, I grabbed a nine weight with a clear sink tip and dredged the big cuts and potholes near the ICWW with a big trout fly. Read the rest of this entry »
European citizens do not require a visa to enter Canada as a visitor. If you are a citizen of another country, check the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website to see if you require a visa to enter Canada.
The river and the fishing
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Bluesign Logo It’s rare when industry competitors get together to collaborate. It’s even more unusual when they get together to discuss ways they can lessen their environmental impact. Yet that’s what happened as a result of our relationship with bluesign® technologies, an independent third party that screens the dyeing and finishing of textiles. Read the rest of this entry »
At last weekend’s Blogs with Balls shindig, we cornered Sportscenter anchor Josh Elliott, and after some cajoling, convinced him to do an interview with this site. Outside of his lust for all the LA sports teams, he’s a pretty fascinating guy who’s had quite a meteoric career rise in the last four years: writer at Sports Illustrated, hosting a show on ESPN, and now hosting the morning Sportscenter. Among the topics covered below: His love for water polo and soccer, dodging camera phones at bars, putting bloggers on TV, and a family history that is likely to blow you away. Read the rest of this entry »
I think the show has been what most people here had hoped it’d be: simply, a live beginning to the news-day, allowing us to properly handle breaking stories, while adding a bit more to the treatments of the previous night’s games. And it’s not just us; the noon show has been every bit as good, with Robert Flores and Chris McKendry getting us through the back nine. (And though I’m one of the “soccer snobs” McKendry killed here, I still love my good friend and former weekend partner. I was lucky enough to work with her when I had even less business being on that set, and am lucky to share these shows with her. But it IS called “stoppage time.” It just is.) Read the rest of this entry »
How would you rank your favorite sports to participate in and to watch? You seem to be a soccer guy, obviously a basketball guy, and you have a swimming background.
To play: water polo (which I played into college), and basketball, above all else. I’ll swim and shoot until I die; can’t imagine NOT, really. And for a guy with a torn-up right knee, I’m proud to say that I can still dunk (off two feet, with two hands). I play some tennis (I’ve a muni game crafted on the mean courts of Westchester Park), grab the occasional game of softball. As a kid of limited means growing up, golf was never an option; now, I figure there’ll be plenty of time in my future to spend sunny days disgracing the game. For now, give me blacktop, or a pool…. Read the rest of this entry »