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  On March 4, 2008 on a rainy day in Mississippi, Jim Bernthal became a part of a club he never intended to join. A

If you really think about it, chefs are builders. They take all the parts and pieces we call ingredients and layer them together to

More fun, less ego. That’s the philosophy Anish Bhatt takes on the watch industry. Whether he’s hunting for a specific model, educating himself on

The life of a watch journalist must be a tough one. The opportunity to live your passion every day, working alongside your favorite companies,

Why do car guys like watches? According to Tim Scott, well-known car photographer, it's because "there's a design thing about them that's very sexy and

Matt Hranek is a man of serious style. His current gig as men's style editor at Condé Nast Traveler takes him all over the

Before we get to Ed and his watches, we first have to talk about the Cannonball Run. The original, illegal Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash—or

The watch community at large is a truly massive network. Around the world, collectors and enthusiasts gather to online forums, social media, and comment

Since 2011, co-founders Blake Malin and Zach Weiss have managed to turn their love of watches into a business. Worn & Wound (for those who

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