Sammy Davis Jr: The Early Days
The odds were against him. He was a black entertainer, pursuing his craft during the pre-Civil Rights era. Yet, against racism and discrimination, Sammy Davis Jr. prevailed as one of the most successful performers of his time.
During his formative years,
The Man Who Has Everything
Every holiday season, there’s that one special guy on your list who’s nearly impossible to shop for. He’s got it all, or if he doesn’t, he might just go out and buy it for himself. Finding the right gift for anyone
The Watch: Part of a Chef Uniform
When you picture chefs, you may not think of them as caring much about personal style. A chef’s uniform often consists of a standard white coat and apron, much like a doctor in his scrubs, and, of course, a
Hear someone mention Heuer and you’ll likely think of the Monaco, Carrera, Autavia or any of Heuer’s other innovative chronographs. While Heuer is best known for its racing watches, the company originally made a name for itself with its dashboard timepieces.
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The 1970s were the heyday of Indy Car racing, and racers of the time were the epitome of the modern masculinity. At the same time, the 1970s were a struggle for the Swiss watch industry, and 1971 in particular was a challenging year for Heuer,
October 2016 saw the 45th anniversary of Jo Siffert’s untimely passing in 1971, at the age of 35. The racing accident that claimed his life marked the end of the greatest sponsorship arrangement in sport to that point.
Still, Jo Siffert lives on through the watch
Ask three different watch collectors who produced the world’s first automatic chronograph and you’ll receive three different answers.
Some will insist it was Zenith, who announced their El Primero movement in January of 1969 -- the first automatic chronograph announced to the public. Others will claim
It’s fair to say that Steve McQueen was the epitome of masculinity on the big screen. His tough upbringing made him an elusive, taciturn presence on film sets, where he had the habit of tearing fistfuls of pages from his scripts to minimize his lines.
It only took five years for the Carrera Panamericana to establish itself as one of the world’s most exciting and deadly races.
From 1950 to 1954, the Carrera Panamericana was a border-to-border road race along the new Pan-American Highway, which covered 2,170 miles from Mexico’s northern