Your Perks: 1) A colorful collection of slim-fitting Jared Lang shirts. Because spring is a season that’s happening now. 2) Gordie Howe, Martin Brodeur and other hockey greats signed their jerseys for you. You can thank them never. 3) Exquisite, Swiss-made watches you could gift for Mother’s Day. Or keep for yourself.
Things to do for April 23, 2015
Bob Dylan, Fancy Syrups and Renting a PGA Golf Course
April weekends bring May flowers.
Here’s a Bunch of Not-So-Simple Syrups
Simple syrup has done a good job of being sugar water. A respectable job. But now there’s this: a new assortment of handcrafted syrups from the team behind Bittermilk in flavors like Barrel Smoked Maple, Ginger Honey and Island Orxata. You know... Island Orxata.
Just Bob Dylan Living Life in the ’60s
Here’s a book full of Ted Russell’s never-before-published photos of Bob Dylan when he first moved to
New York City back in the early ’60s. Inside, you’ll find him:
—Performing live at folk clubs like Gerde’s.
—Writing and practicing in his Greenwich Village apartment.
—Being more Bob Dylan than you.
The PGA Champion Course, Now for Rent
“Congratulations. You’re one of my 49 closest friends, so you get to join me on the PGA National Resort’s Champion Course for scrambled eggs and a few rounds of golf. I rented the whole thing out for the day because suddenly they let me do that.” —Not Someone Else
In Case You Missed It...
On Kempt: Polos. Here
are 10 worthy of your torso’s consideration this summer. And check this out before putting on
your next pair of socks.
On Driven: Oh, look. It’s Veronika Klimovits standing in front of a Porsche 911 rally-er. Equally attractive: this Ex-Works Aston Martin Ulster “Le Mans.”
Nice Items That Are Not Full Price
Apolis: What white linen scarves, waxed jackets and indigo-striped
shirts have in common: 1) You would wear them boating. 2) They’re 30% off right now.
Stag Provisions for Men: Cardigans. Quilted bombers. Other things on this website. Use the code “40MORE” for an additional 40% off stuff that’s already on sale. Stag might hate money.