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A Presidential Shave

It has been more than a century since a U.S. President was sworn into the Oval Office with a full beard. That last man was Benjamin Harrison, the twenty-third President of the United States, who was not elected to a second term. In an era when facial hair is growing more popular than ever, politicians are more intrigued by the shaving blades by male phenomenon. Or maybe it’s just part of an overall trend in men’s fashion.   Old School vs New School Beards Credit: biography.com/people/benjamin-harrison Credit:  nextluxury.com “It goes along with the reason why no president ever wears hats in public anymore,” said Joe Magnetico, owner of Old Tyme Barbers in Midtown Manhattan. “You know who the last guy was?...
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The Value Of A Shave

What is the cultural currency of a good shave?  Does a good shave say something about you?  We delve into the value added of good shave.
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The Most Interesting Exhibits From Art Basel Miami

Art Basel in Miami Beach went down a few weeks ago in sunny south Florida. And for the folks who have never been, all they might know about the event are the crazy amounts of high-profile parties and casual celeb sightings. But there’s much more to it.   See, Art Basel is a big deal for the art world. The show started in Basel, Switzerland, in 1971. They now stage annual art fairs in Basel, Hong Kong, and Miami Beach. Showcasing some of the best modern and contemporary artworks on the market (and attracting the big-spending collectors who buy them), Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016 brought in 269 galleries from 29 countries and exhibited work from over 4,000 artists....
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You're Wasting Money On Razors

Nobody explicitly asked to start adding a razor blade or three to their daily routine; it just kind of happened. Men and women both share this mundane task, and quite frankly, it can be a pain. That’s why it seems silly that we pay so much money for razors.
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