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TV? Or not TV? That is the question.

I love conversation. I love reading. And I love TV. I like good comedy, great drama, live sports, and the news. So there are times when I prefer to be kept up-to-the-minute with current events on TV, and there are times when I prefer to be present with company without the distraction of a TV (or, often, multiple TVs).

Sennheiser Electronics Now At Wingtip

We’ve rolled out a fresh new assortment of 180-gram-vinyl-worthy Sennheiser audio equipment. Sennheiser was founded in Germany just weeks after WWII ended in 1945 to produce voltmeters. Before long, they started churning out their famed microphones and headphones; 70 years later, they remain at the forefront of audio technology. Here are a few of their products, as reviewed by the audiophiles at Wired Magazine:

Reminder: Moore & Giles Hosts Trunk Show in their Airstream Thursday

On Thursday, from 9AM to 3PM, we will be visited by a very exciting trunkshow-on-wheels: A customized 1973 Airstream trailer with an interior decked out in Moore & Giles’ leather goods, housewares, and furniture. For the occasion, we will serve sparkling herb lemonade in the morning, and whiskey sours in the afternoon, plus foil-wrapped hot… Read more »

Live Edge Tables for your Inner Lumberjack

The lumberjack in me has always had a soft spot for live edge tables. There’s something natural, raw, and authentic about them that I love. With the soft opening of the new bar in the Club, there seemed to be two spots well suited for a live edge table: the Whisky Corner and the work-in-progress Tweed Room. If there was more lumberjack in me, with additional skills in curing and sealing, I’d have chopped down my own tree and made my own table.

The Peugeot Pepper Mill that Pays Tribute to a Playboy

In response to last week’s email campaign about the growing Housewares section at Wingtip, a good customer alerted us to the fact that the 50cm (19.75″) Peugeot Pepper Mill was referred to as “the Rubirosa.”

Wall Street Journal on The Forgetful Gentleman

Last Friday, an article in the Wall Street Journal called “Dapper For Dummies” highlighted some services for modern gentlemen. Among them was The Forgetful Gentleman, whose stationery has long been a staple on our desks. In part, the article notes, “[Nathan] Tan’s website began as a reminder system for men prone to forgetting their mothers’ birthdays. He has since suspended the reminder service, and sells personalized stationery, complete with stamped envelopes, packaged in what look like cigar boxes.”

Alexander Julian at Wingtip This Thursday

Master colorist and clothing designer Alexander Julian will visit Wingtip Thursday from 3pm-7pm. In addition to his stunning range of linen shirts, Mr. Julian will be displaying his catalog of furniture designs (and maybe pouring some of his hand-blended wine).

Hangers: Wood is King

Kirby Allison: “When it comes to luxury hangers, Wood is King. Wooden hangers are everywhere – but not all wooden hangers are created equal.”

Introducing Abbeyhorn

The company now known as Abbeyhorn dates back to 1749, when the Humpherson family founded the company in Bewdley, UK. Their traditional housewares include our new Wingtip favorite, the pewter-mounted Drinking Horn (at left with 30-yr single malt Scotch), in addition to fantastically long shoe horns, shaving brushes, and the Sgian Dubh, a decorative knife… Read more »