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Things to do for September 09, 2010
Tiny Cars, Alex P. Keaton and Rambo
The weekend is calling heads and will elect to kick off.
Rambo: First Tweet
Maybe you never realized you wanted, needed or cared for a Sylvester Stallone Twitter feed. But when you get the chance to read about BBQs with the Governator, workouts with Bruce and, um, curiously playful bantering with Seacrest, you take it. You also take the occasional “Yo.”
Fall Gear, Imported from the Netherlands
Ah, Amsterdam. Home to a saucy red-light district. Curiously strong “tea.” And, of course, smartly made cable-knit sweaters. Thanks to a new Dutch brand, at least one of those is now available online. No, not the tea.
Introducing the Apple Cider S’more
The Mayans foretold it. The Ancient Egyptians wrote of it. And we gave you fair warning. 2010: a big year for s’mores. The latest development: they’re coming to that most iconic of fall drinks, apple cider. Now mixed directly into your marshmallow, chocolate and graham-cracker treat. We’re not sure what happens if you set this on fire, but it can’t hurt to find out.
Half-Size Sports Cars
You’re in the market for a new car. A convertible. That will turn heads. Perhaps when you drive it around your kitchen. Introducing a collection of drivable half-size cars that are modeled to recreate some of the most famous automobiles of the 20th century. We’re pretty sure they had one of these on Silver Spoons.
Sequel to the Official Preppy Handbook
Alex P. Keaton. JFK. Those guys from Dead Poets Society. All have one thing in common: legendary heads of hair. Also: they were preppies. Your field guide to the species: the legendary 1980 tome The Official Preppy Handbook, which inspired the creation of J.Crew. Now, 30 years later, you get a sequel: True Prep, with new rules on summer. Namely, that it’s still a verb.