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Uni Watch DIY Project: Jasmine or Earl Gray?

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Joe DeAngelis, who did a DIY project nearly 20 years ago — and who, I’m fairly certain, is the only DIYer whose toolkit included a cup of tea. Enjoy. — PL]

By Joe DeAngelis

It was 1991, before the dawn of the “throwback” era in . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: Jasmine or Earl Gray?

There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 5

Time for another round of wire service pics. Some great stuff this time around, so feast your eyes thusly:

• According to Dressed to the Nines, the Cubs had two different home uniforms in 1934 — and here they are together in one photo! In addition to the different caps, stirrups, placket styling, and . . . → Read More: There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 5

Curling For Dummies

By Phil Hecken, with Mike Styczen

With the 2010 Olympics in full swing, it’s time to take a look at one of the least understood, and perhaps, most maligned sports, taking place in Vancouver — the sport of curling. Although, my partner for this piece, Canada’s own Mike Styczen, asks, “is curling really more . . . → Read More: Curling For Dummies

Olympic Puck – Vancouver Style

By Phil Hecken, with The President of Canuckistan, Teebz

Today, in this “Olympic Special” kickoff post, I’m joined by the President of the Hockey Wing, Teebz, who is helping bring you the review of the olympic hockey uniforms we’ll be seeing on ice in Vancouver shortly. Let’s get right into it — Here’s Teebz . . . → Read More: Olympic Puck – Vancouver Style