Archive for ‘April, 2013’

The Lighthouse Collection – A Beacon For What’s Real

Our founder Gary Comer was an avid sailor. In 1963 he opened his first Lands’ End Yacht Store to supply fellow sailors with the hardware and…

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From Ugh to Amazing: Swimsuit Shopping Isn’t Always Horrible.

If you love shopping for a swimsuit, stop reading. This is a hands-up celebration dance for those who abhor the search but have emerged better for…

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The Bag You Got “Attache-d” To

It wasn’t the kind of sleek, stylish briefcase the big money boys carried. It didn’t convey wealth, status or an Ivy League pedigree. If Gordon Gekko…

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Broadway Legends in Wisconsin: Ten Chimneys

Before Brad & Angelina, before Liz & Dick, there was Lunt & Fontanne. Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne ruled the Broadway stage from the 1920s through…

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Standing Desk Jump

An average office desk is 28 inches tall. Not very imposing, but try doing a standing jump and landing on top of one with both feet.…

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Sailing The Mac

If you’re like most people, the American Midwest is not the first place that pops to mind when you think of sailing. But from the skyscraper…

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The Great Gray Ghost

In a snow-covered hayfield next to a rural highway in southern Wisconsin, a little gray mouse goes about its business foraging for sustenance 6-inches below the…

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Austin has Powers!

By Dan, Art Director-Product March madness means something else for me. It means counting the stir crazy days waiting for my spring break. An annual excursion…

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Top 10 Signs It’s Spring In Wisconsin

10. Melting snow reveals Christmas lights chopped up by snow blower 9. Guy who never wears winter coat switches to never wearing spring coat 8. Kids…

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Stitching A Career Path From Italy To Madison

If you talk with locals here in Madison, they’ll have you believing that Gino Monetti was born with a thimble on his finger. Truth be told,…

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