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Stylish 3 for Under $30 : In The Thick of Movember

No Shave November (aka Movember) is upon us. With this many a five o clock shadows are on their way to becoming full-fledged beards. While not shaving, grooming and upkeep of these new beards is paramount and it doesn't to break the bank. Thirty dollars can buy you a lot of things. It can facilitate… Continue reading Stylish 3 for Under $30 : In The Thick of Movember

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The Fall Essentials: Corduroy

  Its hard to believe that summer's sun has set already. As a result we must look to changing out our got wardrobe items to match Autumn's uniqueness . The first thing that you should grab is your corduroy. Corduroy is a textile that features a unique pattern commonly called a cords or wales. The size… Continue reading The Fall Essentials: Corduroy

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The Sartorial Geek: Josh Bennett & Marvel unite for Thor: Ragnarok sweaters.

We have covered many different styles of fan targeted clothing from suits to socks and as Autumn begins we start to look toward those warmer items in our closet. With that very notion, designer Josh Bennett has teamed with Marvel to create a Nordic themed line of sweaters inspired by the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok. The… Continue reading The Sartorial Geek: Josh Bennett & Marvel unite for Thor: Ragnarok sweaters.

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The Happy Hour: Revisiting the Manhattan

My travel schedule has been at all time high as I've seen the inside of more hotel rooms in the past 6 months than I have in the past six years. One particular evening on my last business trip I found myself at the hotel bar for a nitecap. There on the special menu I… Continue reading The Happy Hour: Revisiting the Manhattan

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Kingsman: The Golden Sequel

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A Review by KMc & The Sloose

Producer Matthew Vaughn burst on the movie scene as a director back in 2004 with the hit indie film Layer Cake. Since then, he has been a known hit-maker, directing films including Kick Assand X-Men First Class. He is also known as a director that doesn’t do sequels; he left Days of Future Past to write and direct the original Kingsman: The Secret Service. So our interest was piqued when we heard he was returning for its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

Vaughn doesn’t disappoint. Much like the original, The Golden Circle is a fun and funny, irreverent look at the life of a super spy. It starts fast and furious and rarely slows down as we work our way through an enjoyable, if slightly looser than the original, plot. All the major players are back: Eggsy, played…

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