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The Shop March On Tees

There have been no buzzer beaters. The lowest seed left is an 11 that, were it not for injuries, would have been a single digit seed. The only potential Cinderellas left are high majors. Despite all that March Madness has … Continue reading

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Hayes & Taylor Little Al T-Shirt

In the late 90’s and early 2000’s, the trend was for brick-and-mortar stores to set up an online shop. Over the last few years, the trend has reversed, with a significant amount of brands that started online expanding into a … Continue reading

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Hayes & Taylor

It’s always difficult finding clothing that helps you show support for your favorite team that isn’t some cookie cutter design on poor quality materials.  T-shirts from the major sporting companies are always rough and uncomfortable with jacked up prices and … Continue reading

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United State of Indiana Flag Tee

I’m usually not very big on t-shirts with large graphics on the front.  I prefer something that’s more clean cut, a small logo on the chest maybe and if there is a graphic I usually prefer it on the back. … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Shoreline Brewery

For years I’ve been going to the outlet mall in Michigan City to score steals on apparel but until a couple weekends ago I had never ventured across the street to Shoreline Brewery.  I’ve come to realize that is an … Continue reading

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Paying HOMAGE

I’m in Columbus, enjoying a cubano panini at a local cafe with Matt, one of the first people to support Great Lakes Prep and my Midwestern take on dressing well. We finish up and walk down the alley to a nondescript building save … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: W.H. Harrison Governor’s Reserve

There’s been a lot of talk this week about a certain bourbon decreasing its proof in order to meet increased demand.  I’ll hold off judgment on the move until I’ve tasted the lower proof version but evaluating the alternatives has been … Continue reading

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How to Dress for: The Old Oaken Bucket Game (Indiana-Purdue)

With the season winding down, the abundance of storied rivalry games this week calls for a bonus game of the week.  Granted the Hoosiers and the Boilermakers aren’t particularly talented teams and neither have had very successful seasons, but a … Continue reading

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State Traditions Great Rivalry Week Giveaway

What better way to start one of the best weeks of the college football season than with a contest?  After getting a start with a focus on the southern states, State Traditions recently  expanded to every other state (except Maine, … Continue reading

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On Corn

As Indiana Beach amusement park likes to boast, “There’s more than corn in Indiana,” and the Midwest for that matter, but I wouldn’t fault you if that’s all you thought we had to offer.  Its tall stalks dominate the flat … Continue reading

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