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Southern leaving.


Just as we were taking off from Charlotte this summer, I had a shoot for Southern Living. They popped us in a little column about the gems of Charlotte. I'll stand by my picks that Buffalo Jackson, Charlotte Talks and the Sleepy Poet are great places in that town.

Oh, the irony of getting on the SL beat just as we disqualify ourselves from being in there much as we're New Englanders for the...

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Southpark


We were mentioned in Southpark magazine a few weeks back. Southpark, I do believe, is target to the eponymous community a few miles from us on the South side of the city.

And while I can't link you to the mention, as this baby isn't online, trust me. Nice thing were said.




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Down in the Delta.


One of our friends down in Southhaven, Mississippi let us know he'd seen some of our prints turned up in Delta Magazine.



He was kind enough to send one along so we could see for ourselves. At which point we realized that we were looking at the house of Ann Marie Varnell and Bradley Gordon - two of Oxford's most stylish and influential tastemakers. We were stoked to know we were up in their pad.



And...

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In Print.


As most of y'all know, my day job is in advertising. As about 1% of you know, advertising has a complete language and award structure and bragging rights that are so far from the actual point of advertising that is just plain weird. In advertising, folks can win awards for work that looks beautiful, sure, but may not sell a thing. The concept can win even when a potential customer is left...

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@Urban


Back when I was in Atlanta, in March, I got a call. From a nice lady named Marla. Marla, turns out, is the editor of a magazine called @Urban in Northwest Arkansas. A magazine, turns out, is a pretty great place to tell a story.

You know why? Cause When someone is writing for a living, they take their time. They write, then edit, then write, then cut, then marinate, then write, then cut. They turn...

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ATL Thrillist.


Awesome shoutout over on the Thrillst in ATL the other week.

It makes me so pumped when folks notice us in places that you think they wouldn't. I mean, I read the Thrillist every day, so I'd think they would. But, you know. It's like that hot girl in class actually knowing your name...

And I married that girl.

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Apartment Therapy.



We've been trying to make sure we have a date night once a week since we got married. It's not that tough when things are slow, but as life gets more hectic, that's when you really have to take time to connect and make time for one another. On Date Night, we try not to check our smart phones, our emails.

So after driving up to Burlington in the snow (first of the season, really) and having a drink...

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Gentleman South


The incomparable Mr. Harper over at Gentleman South just wrote up a little ditty on us.

In his words:
Gentleman South was formed to purvey quality, unique Southern finds. While all of the items we promote may not be made south of the Mason Dixon line, we feel certain that you will enjoy them as much as we do. We invite you to share your thoughts, products and ideas as well.

Started by Hil Harper...

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