Writer/Comedian Joe Mande’s Awsome DIY Cap Embroidery

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With a few exceptions, I don’t much care for stand-up comedy, and I also don’t watch much TV, so it’s not surprising that until a few days ago I’d never heard of Joe Mande, a comic who also works as a TV writer and . . . → Read More: TV Writer/Comedian Joe Mande’s Awesome DIY Cap Embroidery

Where Cap Collectors Can Let Their Geek Flags Fly

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from reader Noah Sidel (that’s him above), who’s going to tell us about a cap-collecting community on Facebook. Enjoy. — Paul]

By Noah Sidel

I’ve worn a baseball cap almost every day since I . . . → Read More: Where Cap Collectors Can Let Their Geek Flags Fly

When a One-Year Thing Becomes a Long-Term Thing

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Membership card designer Scott M.X. Turner recently gave me an idea for a really fun topic: uniforms or uni elements that were originally intended to appear for only one season but ended up becoming long-term or even permanent fixtures.

The most notable example of this is probably . . . → Read More: When a One-Year Thing Becomes a Long-Term Thing

Uni Watch Library: An Encyclopedia of Japanese Ballcaps

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[Editor’s Note: Good morning! Today we have a guest entry from Miles Crowther, who’s going to tell us about a new uni-centric book he recently acquired. Enjoy. — PL]

By Miles Crowther

Over the past few months I’ve become increasingly interested in Japanese baseball and started . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Library: An Encyclopedia of Japanese Ballcaps