May we suggest two upcoming Providence events that will 1) reduce your pre-holiday stress potential and 2) provide inspiring entertainment for you? Thank you. I think you will find that these two events will offer a pleasant jump…
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Re-Introducing the Beard Cape We’re back baby! Not that we ever left. But, this new line of rain capes for the sharp-dressed man proves we’re committed. It’s long been said that Men Who Wear Capes are pretty cool.…
Dear Susan Mocarski,
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. Your design is so custom compared to the commercial ones. The NY Times insists no gifts so it must be returned. I’ll keep in mind your “Cleverhood.” The poncho is the best for keeping dry on a bike.
P.S. Your kind note was appreciated and if you spot me again please say hi and remind me of your Cleverhood.
Many people think they know how to walk in the rain. However, after 8 years in the rain cape business you learn to recognize the posers and the wannabes. It seems simple. Everyone thinks they can do it. But then when it’s nice and raining they say they don’t want to show you now. Or they dash off scampering around puddles like bugs on a hot griddle.
We’re going over the border. We’re heading to the largest country in North America, with its parliamentary democracy, eight distinct forest regions and a notorious reputation for kindness and tolerance. How do they do what they do? Three of the Top 10 Livable Cities on the planet are in Canada. Are they just lucky?