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We’ll never discourage you from reading the paper or endless books, but these days a gentleman can feed his brain with online publications just as well. Here are some of our favorites from Central Florida.
If you’ve been to Cleveland multiple times over the last decade you already know the economic development of the city has progressed substantially.
Incorporated in 1846, following intense battles between towns known as the Milwaukee Bridge War of 1845.
You often hear people say “I just want to work for myself!” That’s the dream: to do something you love, set your own hours, build a successful business, and let’s be honest...make money.
Most of us dream making our passion project into our full time job. This leap of faith is very frightening but at the same time immensely rewarding
Have you seen the shirt “Keep Austin Weird?” It’s an authentic statement.
There is a reason the word ‘gentleman’ is synonymous with words like chivalrous, courteous and honorable.
The word ‘staycation’ is a portmanteau where one can take themselves (and family) for a short stay within driving distance free from tension and anxiety.
We could go on and on about fabulous places worth a visit in Miami (and likely, we’ll have a reprise) but here are a few we highly recommend
Our newest series to help you find your way on the road… to Paris
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On a day we honor service to our country I would like to recognize John Landers Armstrong, Born May 19, 1875 in Indiana, Armstrong was an American soldier, patriot and comrade.
The Don CeSar Hotel was completed in 1928 on St. Petersburg Beach and founded by Thomas Rowe. His ‘Pink Lady’ was renowned for her pampering of the elite at the height of the Jazz Age.
For the average American President’s Day is simply a day off! A three day weekend that retailers across the country utilize to induce store traffic and of course on-line shopping incentivize by discounts and specials shoppers can get nowhere else!
We at Gent Life would like to take a moment to honor the 41st President of the United States, George HW Bush.
It’s clear John McCain learned a lot from his time with the United States Navy.
Heard of the Kennedy family? Presidents, senators, ambassadors and attorney generals… The Boston-based family was (and still is) a dynasty in American business and politics going back to the 1920’s.
The word ‘gentleman’ as defined by Merriam-Webster includes “a man whose conduct conforms to a high standard of propriety or correct behavior.”
April of 1955 had its share of historic transitions as the chapter of American and allied pride of World War 2 shifted to the Cold War.
Born December 6th, 1924 in Sokoly, Poland, Calvin Joseph Lepkowsky immigrated to New York City with his parents Benjamin and Francis along with his brother David in 1927.
Henry Flagler founder of Standard Oil and Florida East Coast Railway (and countless others) had an eye for luxury.
If you’ve been to NYC, you know covering everything there is to do and see in one blog post is impossible.
There you are debating which pattern of shirt you like best… after all, you can’t buy them all! If you buy all 3, or one in each style, it’s bound to run up your tab! What to do?
The handkerchief can actually be traced back as far as the ancient Greeks, English and French noblemen, often credited to King Richard II of England.
Blue-Jeans came about during the western expansion of the U.S. when Levi Strauss (yes an actual man) and Jacob Davis collaborated on an idea to add rivets to dungarees, making the pockets stronger for field workers and miners alike.
When you hear the word Cuba what comes to mind? Cigars, classic cars, bold colors or perhaps delightful food? Although accurate, there is another perspective…
The Northern French coast is absolutely gorgeous. A crisp breeze, greenery as far as one can see in one direction with vast ocean in the other.