Travis Dahlin

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My Favorite “Pair of Shoes”: Singh and Son Kishtee Slip Ons - The Fox Is Black

As a design-y guy my shoe collection tends to lean toward the eclectic. For me the most standout shoes I own would be my Nike Flyknits with their …

How To Wear Loafers - An Essential Men's Guide - D'Marge

Even wondered how to wear loafers? The classic loafer has been an essential piece of menswear since its invention in Norway in 1930. Its brief …

5 Classy Dress Watches Under $1,000

In his “Plea for the Dress Watch” published in <i>Forbes</i> magazine, Jack Forster, US editor in chief of <i>Revolution Magazine</i>, says, “The true gentleman’s …

The best headphones you can buy

Headphones are everywhere, invading our ears in a conquering horde. And like hordes, they come in every style, color, and configuration you can …

Nos Primavera Sound 2014

<i>Check out a photo gallery from this year's Nos Primavera Sound Festival by</i> <i>Maria Louceiro,</i> <i>along with 10 things Mark Richardson learned at the fest this year.</i><p>In 2012, Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival started a sister festival in Porto, Portugal, and it’s remarkable how much it feels like a …

In Hong Kong, opponents scuffle with pro-democracy protesters

Opponents of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement stepped up their pressure Monday, scuffling with demonstrators and attempting to clear barricades near one of the main sit-in sites.<p>Hundreds of counter-demonstrators, including masked men, confronted pro-democracy<p>protestersbehind roadblocks on …

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Apple Takes A Swipe At The Credit Card

It started with the iPod. In 2001, Apple promised to do away with stacks of CDs and put 1,000 songs in your pocket. Thirteen years later, the music industry is unrecognizable: Most brick-and-mortar record stores have closed, and a pocket-size hard drive filled with music seems quaint in a world …