The Haciendas of Chincha, Peru

The transatlantic slave trade in Peru was as cruel as it was anywhere. Pitiless owners, appalling living conditions and malicious torture are all themes concurrent with the disgraceful period of the country’s history. The haciendas of Chincha, on the south coast of Peru, are vestiges of this time and, although today some now function as guesthouses, […]

Moustache & Blade – Episode 33: Interview with BrushnSoapnBlades Rick DeWeese

http://traffic.libsyn.com/moustacheandblade/Moustache_and_Blade_33.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS  Two wet shaving podcasts?!?! Yes indeed, many of you are already hip to this fact but for those of you who have yet to check out BrushnSoapnBlade we highly encourage you to do so! Rick DeWeese began his podcast merely two […]

What Did You Say About My Beard?

At 11:23 pm, EST, on October 30, 2013, the Boston Red Sox won Major League Baseball’s World Series. By 11:33 pm, EST, folks were tweeting, posting, and talking about how wonderful it would be for the team to (finally) shave. Here’s what Stephan Hovnanian, himself a Bostonian, told his 26,000+ followers – and the world […]

A Brief History Of Steel

If you were to ask the average historian what kind of metal played the biggest role in human history, you wouldn’t hear them mention precious metals like gold or silver.  When it comes to important metals in human history, steel is one of the most important, if not the most important.  The Iron Age and the […]

Popular T-Shirt Designs From The Past (Infographic)

The classic tee shirt is sure to never go out of style. Let’s face it, their comfortable and a easy way to express yourself. Most companies create shirts as a no brainer form of marketing and often produce unique variations on pop culture references to accomplish these goals. This can be seen in the history […]

The Use and History of the Cane

The gentleman’s wardrobe in Europe went through a change around the 17th and 18th century. A strong rigid rod became part of the wardrobe, replacing the sword. The walking rod became a substitution of the sword like a weapon. Walking sticks today are more like a device to assist people when they are walking helping […]

Traveling A Well Worn Path – The Oldest Roads In The World

Let’s face it, we have been making roads since the dawn of time, criss-crossing the globe on an endless journey as human beings. Are any of the oldest thoroughfares still around today? The answer is yes, there are a number of roadways that have existed for thousands upon thousands of years. For those of you […]

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