1904. 1913. 1925. Those look like random numbers, sure, but they’re actually the years that some of these vintage watches were made. Watches that work just as well as they did back then. But unlike then, they’re attached to leather straps and we have penicillin.
Things to do for September 21, 2016
Maybe You’re Heading to the Caribbean. Maybe You’re Off to the Slopes.
Or Maybe This Weekend You Just Want to Netflix and CharcuterieBy Ilana Dadras
Sad news about Weekengelina.
Your Monumental Fall Style Guide. Right This Way.
At last, the best season for clothes is nearly upon us. So as for what’s inside your substantial new Fall Style Guide: legends of autumn style, handsome long-sleeved polos, clothing options based on the leaves’ changing colors. One could say we covered all of our bases. One won’t, but one could.
Here’s What’s New on the Slopes This Year
And in light of the upcoming ski season, we’ve rounded up the most new-and-noteworthy happenings on the slopes this winter. There’s a train to bring you from downtown Denver to prime ski territory. There’s a particularly good-looking lodge in rural Colorado. There’s a chalet concierge. Yeah, we’ll leave you with the chalet concierge.
Easy Director Joe Swanberg Is Pretty Sure Tinder Won’t Solve Everything
Tomorrow, Drinking Buddies and Happy Christmas director Joe Swanberg drops a new made-for-Netflix show about modern love starring more than several attractive famous people. We talked to him about actually good sex scenes, the perils of modern dating and the downsides of being famous. He’s even sort of convincing on that last one.
And Now, You Assemble the Perfect Charcuterie Board
Where does one acquire the finest of pâtés? At what temperature is Calabrese in its prime? Where do pickles factor in? We enlisted chef and charcuterie aficionado Craig Deihl to answer these and other vital meat-and-cheese-board-related questions.
Barbuda, Anguilla, Jamaica, Take Your Pick
If you’re into remote beachfront bungalows: There are these six beauties on Barbuda, with
cell phones that exist solely for calling the on-site French restaurant.
If you’d prefer a treehouse-like hut filled with ample rum: You can “rough it” in Jamaica.
If you’re into all of it and want a comprehensive tutorial on your new Caribbean options: Follow us.
We’ve Got Your Essential Fall Culture Preview
Sure, you’re interested in an Ang Lee football movie and the opening of Prince’s Paisley Park. So you’ll probably be interested in these other important culture moments taking place over the next couple months. It’s only logical.