One of the coolest things about writing for The Reference Council is that we get to post whatever we want. There’s no brands we need to pander to or limits on what we can post. It’s kind of liberating, as it means we can share with you whatever we think you’ll find interesting. It, at least, provides something a bit different. This is a fascinating article on a Russian family who lived in complete isolation for 40 years, unaware that World War II had even happened.
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Words: Robert Boswell Illustrations: Rebel-Yuth I recently had the pleasure of talking with Jerry Cohen, owner and founder of Ebbets Field Flannels, on his latest trip to London. We discussed a great deal of things including Jackie Robinson and the integration of Major League Baseball, wool as a performance fabric, meeting Odd Future and the renaissance [...]