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Black Friday Sales 2019

Black Friday? More Like Black Week

It is this time of the year gentlemen. The time where hordes of rampaging consumers wait for the doors to open and stampede stores in search for the best deals. In a Free For All format. Of course I am talking about the Black Friday Sales 2019!

Black Friday is a US trend that every year spreads to more countries globally. Initially the Black Friday Sales revolved around electronics and various items but now almost every store has some kind of sale. In fact, many companies run the so-called “Black Week” where they extend the sale to a full week.

The Black Friday Sale is on the last Friday of November with Cyber Monday following a few days later. It goes without saying that the shoe world is also a part of this trend with some pretty good deals around. Looking here and there, I found some deals that I consider worth sharing.

Hide your wallets!

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From respected journalist to trolling opinionist: What happened to Lara Logan?

What the heck happened to Lara Logan? She used to be a respected journalist. She even was a correspondent on “60 Minutes” — the gold standard of TV news shows. They don’t hire just anybody for that program.

But Logan was a long way from that iconic clicking stopwatch Monday night when, as a guest commentator, she appeared on Fox News and drew a comparison between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.

Seriously?

During a conversation claiming the Biden administration was overhyping the recently-discovered omicron variant of COVID-19, Logan said on the “Fox News Primetime” opinion show, “What you see on Dr. Fauci — this is what people say to me: that he doesn’t represent science to them. He represents Josef Mengele. Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews during the Second World War and in the concentration camps. And I am talking about people all across the world are saying this, because the response from COVID, what it has done to countries everywhere, what it has done to civil liberties, the suicide rates, the poverty, it has obliterated economies. The level of suffering that has been created because of this disease is now being seen in the cold light of day.”

Comparing Fauci to one of the most evil figures in world history? That’s just gross. I’d say that’s way beneath Logan, but it honestly wasn’t that shocking to hear her say something so disgusting. She has turned into a news version of a shock jock. Sadly, the host of Monday’s show, Pete Hegseth, didn’t raise an eyebrow.

Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, told The Washington Post’s Jeremy Barr, “there’s absolutely no comparison between mask mandates, vaccine requirements, and other covid-19 mitigation efforts to what happened to Jews during the Holocaust. … This includes making outlandish and offensive analogies suggesting that somehow Dr. Anthony Fauci is akin to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, known for his gruesome medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners.”

The American Jewish Committee tweeted, “Utterly shameful. Josef Mengele earned his nickname by performing deadly and inhumane medical experiments on prisoners of the Holocaust, including children.

@LaraLogan, there is no comparing the hell these victims went through to public health measures. An apology is needed.”

The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted, “Exploiting the tragedy of people who became victims of criminal pseudo-medical experiments in Auschwitz in a debate about vaccines, pandemic and people who fight for saving human lives is shameful. It is disrespectful to victims & a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.”

As I said, Logan, 50, used to be taken seriously as a journalist. She started at CBS in 2002 and quickly gained a solid reputation for doing good reporting from dangerous war zones such as Afghanistan and Iraq. She ended up staying until 2018, her reputation badly damaged by a debunked 2013 story about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Logan was forced to take a leave of absence and apologized on air for the inaccuracies in the story.

After leaving CBS, Logan became a fierce critic of the “liberal media.” She briefly worked for Sinclair and then signed on with the streaming service Fox Nation. With a straight face, she calls her show, “Lara Logan Has No Agenda.” That would be laughable if these topics weren’t so serious. Logan is also an occasional guest on Fox News.

Her comments about Fauci were the most controversial she made in the past week, but not the only ones. Appearing on Judge Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show last Saturday, Logan said Sweden has had no vaccinations. That’s not true. Nearly 16 million doses have been administered in Sweden. She also said — during a somewhat unhinged rant — “every oncologist who deals with bone cancer identifies hundreds of coronaviruses within our bones.” Where did Logan get that claim?

Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump wrote about Logan in his piece, “When once-respected journalists move to the fringe.”

Bump sums it up well when he writes about Logan, “Now she mostly generates headlines not for her reporting but for her opinions.”

I’ll go a bit farther. She isn’t known for her reporting at all, but only for saying outlandish stuff. I’m not sure if she thinks about what she says before she says it or not — and I’m not sure which would be worse.

Mediaite’s Jackson Richman writes, “Logan’s remarks are just another example of why she is not fit for air. Since joining Fox News in 2019, the veteran journalist has pushed a series of insane conspiracy theories that have embarrassed the network, and yet she continues to appear on the air.”

Barr has more about Logan in a story for the Post.

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Will Ferrell, left, and Adam McKay in 2013. (Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)

Oh no, say it ain’t so. This might be the most depressing thing I’ve heard all week. Will Ferrell and Adam McKay — the geniuses who collaborated to make classics such as “Anchorman,” “Step Brothers” and “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” — are no longer speaking.

In an interview with Vanity Fair’s Joe Hagan, McKay takes the blame for the reason the two are not currently on speaking terms. It’s all because McKay was working on a limited series for HBO about the Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s. (It’s an adaptation of Jeff Pearlman’s book “Showtime.”) Ferrell, a big Lakers fan, was cast to play late Lakers owner Jerry Buss. But McKay had doubts about his longtime working partner in that role.

He told Hagan, “Ferrell just doesn’t look like Jerry Buss, and he’s not that vibe of a Jerry Buss. And there were some people involved who were like, ‘We love Ferrell, he’s a genius, but we can’t see him doing it.’”

So McKay ended up casting Ferrell’s other good friend, John C. Reilly, to play Buss. But McKay didn’t break that news to Ferrell. Turns out, Reilly broke the news to Ferrell.

Not long after, Ferrell and McKay announced their production company was splitting up after what sounded like a pretty icy phone call.

McKay told Hagan, “I said, ‘Well, I mean, we’re splitting up the company,’ … And he basically was like, ‘Yeah, we are,’ and basically was like, ‘Have a good life.’ And I’m like, ‘(Expletive), Ferrell’s never going to talk to me again.’ So it ended not well.”

McKay admits now he didn’t handle the casting of the Lakers series well.

“I should have called him and I didn’t,” McKay said. “And Reilly did, of course, because Reilly, he’s a stand-up guy. … I (screwed) up on how I handled that. It’s the old thing of keep your side of the street clean. I should have just done everything by the book.”

And, for now, the two remain on the outs.

OK, I’m going to go off into a corner to cry now.

For this item, I turn it over to my Poynter colleague Kristen Hare, who has written extensively about local news over the years.

The Washington Post Magazine’s latest issue is devoted to a single topic, local news. I served as an adviser on the issue, and I really appreciate the approach the magazine team took, showing what’s lost — not through just numbers or maps — but through hiring local journalists around the country to tell stories that weren’t getting told. We often focus on capital D Democracy and the role local journalism plays in it, and it is critical. But it’s easy to lose sight of the kind of stories that stitch us together as communities, like the self-taught painter in Alabama, the Indiana teacher sparking a love of architecture in his students and the Kansas landowners working to save the prairie. This issue shows that, and more, beautifully.

Here’s one more item from Kristen Hare about local news:

You know that all news is local. But it’s easy to forget that local newsrooms are almost always where national stories start. This nuanced piece by Janell Ross for Time Magazine tells the story of the local reporter who covered Ahmaud Arbery’s murder and kept asking questions. I shared other examples with Ross of big stories that started from the work of local journalists, including the Miami Herald’s coverage of Jeffrey Epstein, The Indianapolis Star’s coverage of Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics and the Albany Times Union’s coverage of the sex cult Nxivm. I told Ross, “That work is, at the local level, really hard, poorly paid and rarely recognized.”

(Courtesy: USA Today Network)

Here’s a heads up on a major investigative project tied to climate change from the USA Today Network. It’s up just this morning on USA Today’s website.

USA Today spent months examining how rising temperatures have impacted precipitation patterns across the United States. For example, centuries-old patterns are changing, leading to more flooding in some areas and more droughts in others. That makes it nearly impossible for officials to plan for these major changes.

The main piece in the package explains the science of it all, as well as its impact. To quote from the USA Today statement, companion pieces include:

  • Graphics explainer. A visual explainer of the science behind how a warming planet has altered precipitation patterns with charts and graphs showing the impact of that change.
  • Interactive climate look-up. A stand-alone feature allowing readers to plug in their ZIP code and find localized information about precipitation trends and future projections. This feature might be embedded in the main story file and/or pulled into a separate story file.
  • The sound of climate change. What if you could hear climate change? Listen to music based on a century of rainfall data. Three composers from Florida’s Full Sail University “sonified” more than a century of precipitation data from select U.S. states, resulting in three different pieces of music that let people listen to the impacts of climate change on rainfall.

Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews has been named executive vice president of newsgathering for CBS News. In this new role, Ciprian-Matthews will have editorial oversight for network newsgathering worldwide, including all domestic and international bureaus. Ciprian-Matthews had been executive vice president and CBS News Washington bureau chief since July 2020.

In a statement, Neeraj Khemlani, president and co-head of CBS News and Stations, said, “Drawing on her years of experience leading teams from Washington to London to New York, Ingrid will be a tremendous asset in unifying CBS News’ newsgathering into one powerhouse operation. We’re fortunate to have someone with Ingrid’s expertise, savvy and editorial judgment in this key role, as we continue to deliver world-class journalism to our daily programs and digital platforms.”

The search is underway for a new Washington bureau chief.

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Updated on Saturday November 20, 2021: Looks like Allen Edmonds wants you to get a head start on your holiday shopping this year — They’ve just launched their Black Friday sale early this morning!

Starting now, shop AllenEdmonds.com or any Allen Edmonds retail store to pick up casual, sneakers, and dress shoes on sale for under $199 (that’s the same deal they had last year!). Free shipping is included as well on all purchases of $75 or more. This is basically just about the same offer they ran at last year’s Black Friday sale. A copy of their ad can be found below.

Offer only valid on select styles and while supplies last. Some exclusions apply. Styles and colors may vary by store. Sale is expected to end on Cyber Monday, November 29, 2021. Happy bargain hunting!


Current Offers

We’re including a full list of the current offers and coupons you’ll find today at Allen Edmonds. It’s always wise to double check what other promotions are now live before heading out to shop their store or site. Good luck!


History

We’ve got a history of Allen Edmonds’ older Black Friday ads; follow the links below to view the scans from some of the last few years.

  • 2021: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2020: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2019: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2018: Page 1, 2, 3 and 4.
  • 2017: Page 1, 2 and 3.
  • 2016: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2015: Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Questions and Comments

What are some of your favorite Allen Edmonds shoes? What are you planning on getting at their Black Friday sale this year? Let us know in the comments below.

Allen EdmondsИсточник: https://www.blackerfriday.com/allen-edmonds/
Up To 20% Off!

Well, I couldn’t not start with my own creation! The Noble Shoe is the best source of Carlos Santos Shoes in the world! Apart from the classics, you will also find many styles and make ups that are not available elsewhere. Not only we carry the Handgrade Collection, but you can also access the Patina Service for a unique MTO Experience.

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Black Friday Sales 2019 at The Noble Shoe

For those of you that are unaware, Carlos Santos is a legendary Portuguese Shoemaker that makes some of the best quality shoes. Especially when you factor the price and value. Curious? Find out more here.

Needless to say, I am going to have some pretty good deals for you out there with 15% off ALL styles including the Handgrade Collection, Patina ServiceAND the active GMTOs!

You can also get a 20% Discount on selected styles such as:

  • 4125 Jodhpur in Braga
  • 9381 Derby in Coimbra
  • 7201 Derby in Braga
  • 9114 Split-Toe in Brown Suede
  • 9780 Penny Loafer in Brown Suede
  • 7273 Wingtip Oxford in Brown Calf
  • 7902 Chelsea Boots in Sandy Suede

The Handgrade Adelaide is currently restocked in a few weeks, so make sure to DM or Email us to pre-order. Please note that there will not be returns on Sale items as it is unsustainable.

This is a great chance for you to buy some amazing shoes and support a small passion project. You can even get free shipping if you exceed 500€! Sale will run from the 27/11/2019 until 3/12/2019 at midnight Stockholm time.

Justin Fitzpatrick Footwear – Sneakers & New Boots

Justin is not only the author of The Shoe Snob but also has his own successful shoe company. Very adventurous and unique while maintaining all the classic you want in a shoe.

While there are not Black Friday Sales per se in 2019 he does have a wide selection of sneakers for just 99$ which is a steal. Of course you can find some good deals on the occasional odd stock. Check them out here.

Justin Fitzpatrick Clearance

Justin Fitzpatrick Sneakers for 99$

He also launched some Hiking and Balmoral Boots. The come in Light Brown Grain and Black Calf/Suede respectively with more colors coming later. I am not a huge fan of the Hiking Boot my self but the Balmoral is gorgeous! They seem to have around 15% Discount until Cyber Monday which is a pretty good deal at 415-425$. Browse the New Arrivals!

Cobbler Union – Discounts Up To 200$

Another really good value company is Cobbler Union. I talked about them quite recently in the latest shoe news as well.

In their Black Friday section you will find quite a lot of models which is great! The discounts are mostly around the 100-125$ mark but go up to 200$ for selected styles such as some loafers. Pretty good value if you ask me!

Best Men's Dress Shoes 2019 - Cobbler Union Renoir II

They have very good shoes and I am looking forward to reviewing one of their pairs in an upcoming article.

Taft – Rare Opportunity!

I don’t have first hand experience with Taft apart from seeing how much passion they put in their work. They have some really unique designs and often use woven leather or wool in their designs for great prices.

Make sure to check out their Guide Here and support some passionate owners that really love shoes. It will run from the 26th until the 3rd of December 2019.

The Sabot – 25% Off Stocked Models

Pretty much what the title says! This is active for all the Amblier shoes which is the in house brand of The Sabot. From my understanding you get a free shoe brush and lasted shoe trees.

Some of the Amblier Shoes

Some of the Amblier Shoes

The code is BW2019 and you apply it during checkout!

Carmina – Free Belt, MTO Fee Waived & 20% Off Selected Styles

Now this is a tip from Reddit, where the NYC store confirmed that with every purchase you would get a free belt.

History of monk strap shoes - Classic Carmina Double Monks

Classic Double Monk Straps by Carmina in Burgundy

Some styles will also get a 20% discount which is great and quite possibly waive the MTO surcharge, Carmina is a really good brand overall and is part of the Best Shoes over 400$.

What About Meermin & The Rest?

There will be a lot of website doing Black Friday Sales in 2019 and it is impossible to collect them all. Without losing my sleep at least! But there are a few brands and deals worth mentioning for sure.

Meermin never does sales, however last year they offered free shipping. Let’s hope they do it again! Allen Edmonds is always on sale for those that wonder. Red Wings will go for about 20% Discount which is quite nice on a classic shoe.

You can even score a 25% off Vibergs and selected models on Cultizmwith the code BW25. Blue Owlhas also 20% Discounts with the code GRAVY20 including Truman and Oak Street.

Lastly, Grant Stone is doing a 25% Black Friday Sale on a few styles. Mr. Porter also has an unofficial Sale that should include footwear.

Black Friday Sales 2019 – Short & Sweet

Now as I said, this is not a full list but rather the best deals I could find at the time of writing. Of course I will attempt to update the article with any news I can find while the sales go on. Generally, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale serves as a way to clear off old stock rather than a full sale. Very understandable, however I did apply everything to The Noble Shoe. Make sure to grab your Patinas!

So this concludes our Black Friday Sales 2019 round up article! I hope you score some really nice deals and why not leave a comment and let me know how it went. We will be back next week with some more shoe news and more exciting item reviews! Subscribeand support Misiu Academy and The Noble Shoe, a small one man project with just a passion for shoes.

Thank you for reading,

Kostas Mandilaris,
Misiu Academy

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If buying clothes is your favorite pastime, we’ve got the deals to keep your fashion habit from breaking the bank. Whether you’re looking to fill your closet with cheap clothes or inexpensive accessories, there are always ways to save.

When to Shop for Clothes

One of the best times to shop for clothing deals is at the end of the season, especially the end of winter and the end of summer. As retailers make room for new items, you’ll find deep discounts on last season’s clothes. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are usually good times to buy men’s and women’s online clothing, but if you’re looking for formal wear, check back after the holidays when there is less demand. The new year will also feature cheap workout clothes for women and men as retailers try to cash in on New Year’s fitness resolutions. The other big time to buy apparel is during back to school sales in August and September. You’ll find plenty of deals on children’s clothing, but retailers also often feature cheap baby clothes along with deals for mom and dad.

Where to Shop for Cheap Clothes

If you’re brand loyal, be sure to get to know the ins and outs of your favorite clothing retailer. Most stores offer discounts in the range of 10% to 20% off your first purchase when you sign up for their newsletters or emails. Liking a store’s social media accounts can often score you discount codes as well. Some stores, like Gap, Old Navy and Kohl’s, offer frequent store “cash” events, earning you coupons for future purchases once you spend over a specific amount. If your entire wardrobe is from a single store, you might also consider signing up for the store credit card, which often offer exclusive discounts to members. Finally, check and see if there’s a loyalty program you can join. Many are free, and they all offer benefits and often advanced notice on sales events.

How to Find Deals on Accessories

Once your wardrobe is set, you may be on the lookout for discounts on accessories. If you’re looking for jewelry and watch deals, check out the sales in March, August and September. Since there are no gift-giving holidays in these months, retailers may be more desperate to make a sale. If you’re after cheap shoes, you’re likely to find shoe deals, especially on sneakers and tennis shoes, in November, right after the back-to-school sales when retailers want to clear way for winter boots. Meanwhile, you’ll find the lowest prices on boots at the end of the winter season. If shoes are your thing, you’ll also want to consider joining a loyalty program at your favorite retailer. You can often earn points, coupons and other discounts at a variety of shoe stores when you sign up for their rewards programs.

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When is Black Friday 2021?

The Black Friday 2020 sale has ended. Mark your calendar for Best Buy Black Friday 2021 on November 26, the second day after Thanksgiving.

Allen Edmonds Black Friday 2021

CYBER MONDAY Ends Tonight – Save 25% On Everything, No Exclusions! 25% off everything, styles as marked included in promotion. Does not include gift cards. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Ends 11/29 at 11:59pm CST SHOP NOW >

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Last Year’s Black Friday Ad

Allen Edmonds Black Friday Week Sale – Up to 50% Off !

History

Are you interested in seeing some of Allen Edmonds’ older Black Friday ads? Then follow the links below to view the last few years of ad history.

2019 ads:page 1 


More about Allen Edmonds

Allen Edmonds is an American upscale shoe manufacturing and retail company based in Port Washington, Wisconsin. The company was established in Belgium, Wisconsin in 1922.As of the end of 2017, Allen Edmonds operates some 78 stores, an increase from 2006, when it had 18 stores.It manufactures its shoes in the United States, as well as in Italy and the Dominican Republic.In 2006, 90% of the shares in the company were bought by Minneapolis-based investment firm Goldner Hawn Johnson & Morrison for $100 million. In 2013, the company announced that it would be acquired by private equity firm Brentwood Associates. In December 2016, Caleres acquired Allen Edmonds from Brentwood Associates for $255 million.

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Allen Edmonds Black Friday Sale starts now! Find shoes, belts, more under $150

Allen Edmonds Black Friday Event starts now with belts under $50, shoes under $150, and boots under $250. Prices are as marked. Customers receive free shipping on orders of $175. The men’s Surrey Chelsea Boots are on sale for $249and originally were priced at $395. I really like chelsea boots because they’re so versatile. You can style them with jeans during casual events or slacks for work outings. They also come in three color options and are weatherproof, which is wonderful for the upcoming winter season. Be sure to head below to find even more deals or you can shop the entire sale here.

For women, the Mercer Street Penny Loafers are another standout and they’re currently marked down to $199. For comparison, these loafers were originally priced at $395. This style is another pair that can easily be dressed up or down and you can wear them all-year round.

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Black Friday? More Like Black Week

It is this time of the year gentlemen. The time where hordes of rampaging consumers wait for the doors to open and stampede stores in search for the best deals. In a Free For All format. Of course I am talking about the Black Friday Sales 2019!

Black Friday is a US trend that every year spreads to more countries globally. Initially the Black Friday Sales revolved around electronics and various items but now almost every store has some kind of sale. In fact, many companies run the so-called “Black Week” where they extend the sale to a full week.

The Black Friday Sale is on the last Friday of November with Cyber Monday following a few days later. It goes without saying that the shoe world is also a part of this trend with some pretty good deals around. Looking here and there, I found some deals that I consider worth sharing.

Hide your wallets!

The Noble Shoe

Clothing, Shoe & Accessory Deals, Coupons, & Promo Codes

If buying clothes is your favorite pastime, we’ve got the deals to keep your fashion habit from breaking the bank. Whether you’re looking to fill your closet with cheap clothes or inexpensive accessories, there are always ways to save.

When to Shop for Clothes

One of the best times to shop for clothing deals is at the end of the season, especially the end of winter and the end of summer. As retailers make room for new items, you’ll find deep discounts on last season’s clothes. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are usually good times to buy men’s and women’s online clothing, but if you’re looking for formal wear, check back after the holidays when there is less demand. The new year will also feature cheap workout clothes for women and men as retailers try to cash in on New Year’s fitness resolutions. The other big time to buy apparel is during back to school sales in August and September. You’ll find plenty of deals on children’s clothing, but retailers also often feature cheap baby clothes along with deals for mom and dad.

Where to Shop for Cheap Clothes

If you’re brand loyal, be sure to get to know the ins and outs of your favorite clothing retailer. Most stores offer discounts in the range allen edmonds black friday sale 2019 10% to 20% off your first purchase when you sign up for their newsletters or emails. Liking a store’s social media accounts can often score you discount codes as well. Some stores, like Gap, Old Navy and Kohl’s, offer frequent store “cash” events, earning you coupons for future purchases once you spend over a specific amount. If your entire wardrobe is from a single store, you might also consider signing up for the store credit card, which often offer exclusive discounts to members. Finally, check and see if there’s a loyalty program you can join. Many are free, and they all offer benefits and often advanced notice on sales events.

How to Find Deals on Accessories

Once your wardrobe is set, you may be on the lookout for discounts on accessories. If you’re looking for jewelry and watch deals, check out the sales in March, August and September. Since there are no gift-giving holidays in these months, retailers may be more desperate to make a sale. If you’re after cheap shoes, you’re likely to find shoe deals, especially on sneakers and tennis shoes, in November, right after the back-to-school sales when retailers want to clear way for winter boots. Meanwhile, you’ll find the lowest prices on boots at the end of the winter season. If shoes are your thing, you’ll also want to consider joining a loyalty program at your favorite retailer. You can often earn points, coupons and other discounts at a variety of shoe stores when you sign up for their rewards programs.

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From respected journalist to trolling opinionist: What happened to Lara Logan?

What the heck happened to Lara Logan? She used to be a respected journalist. She even was a correspondent on “60 Minutes” — the gold standard of TV news shows. They don’t hire just anybody for that program.

But Logan was a long way from that iconic clicking stopwatch Monday night when, as a guest commentator, she appeared on Fox News and drew a comparison between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.

Seriously?

During a conversation claiming the Biden administration was overhyping the recently-discovered omicron variant of COVID-19, Logan said on the “Fox News Primetime” opinion show, “What you see on Dr. Fauci — this is what people say to me: that he doesn’t represent science to them. He represents Josef Mengele. Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who did experiments on Jews during the Second World War and in the concentration camps. And I am talking about people all across the world are saying this, because the response from COVID, what it has done to countries everywhere, what it has done to civil liberties, the suicide rates, the poverty, it has obliterated economies. The level of suffering that has been created because of this disease is now being seen in the cold light of day.”

Comparing Fauci to one of the most evil figures in world history? That’s just gross. I’d say that’s way beneath Logan, but it honestly wasn’t that shocking to hear her say something so disgusting. She has turned into a news version of a shock jock. Sadly, the host of Monday’s show, Pete Hegseth, didn’t raise an eyebrow.

Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, told The Washington Post’s Jeremy Barr, “there’s absolutely no comparison between mask mandates, vaccine requirements, and other covid-19 mitigation efforts to what happened to Jews during the Holocaust. … This includes making outlandish and offensive analogies suggesting that somehow Dr. Anthony Fauci is akin to Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele, known for his gruesome medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners.”

The American Jewish Committee tweeted, “Utterly shameful. Josef Mengele earned his nickname by performing deadly and inhumane medical experiments on prisoners of the Holocaust, including children.

@LaraLogan, there is no comparing the hell these victims went through to public health measures. An apology is needed.”

The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted, “Exploiting the tragedy of people who became victims of criminal pseudo-medical experiments in Auschwitz in a debate about vaccines, pandemic and people who fight for saving human lives is shameful. It is disrespectful to victims & a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.”

As I said, Logan, 50, used to be taken seriously as a journalist. She started at CBS in 2002 and quickly gained a solid reputation for doing good reporting from dangerous war zones such as Afghanistan and Iraq. She ended up staying until 2018, her reputation badly damaged by a debunked 2013 story about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Logan was forced to take a leave of absence and apologized on air for the inaccuracies in the story.

After leaving CBS, Logan became a fierce critic of the “liberal media.” She briefly worked for Sinclair and then signed on with the streaming service Fox Nation. With a straight face, she calls her show, “Lara Logan Has No Agenda.” That would be laughable if these topics weren’t so serious. Logan is also an occasional guest on Fox News.

Her comments about Fauci were the most controversial she made in the past week, but not the only ones. Appearing on Judge Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show last Saturday, Logan said Sweden has had no vaccinations. That’s not true. Nearly 16 million doses have been administered in Sweden. She also said — during a somewhat unhinged rant — “every oncologist who deals with bone cancer identifies hundreds of coronaviruses within our bones.” Where did Logan get that claim?

Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump wrote about Logan in his piece, “When once-respected journalists move to the fringe.”

Bump sums it up well when he writes about Logan, “Now she mostly generates headlines not for her reporting but for her opinions.”

I’ll go a bit farther. She isn’t known for her reporting at all, but only for saying outlandish stuff. I’m not sure if she thinks about what she says before she says it or not — and I’m not sure which would be worse.

Mediaite’s Jackson Richman writes, “Logan’s remarks are just another example of why she is not fit for air. Since joining Fox News in 2019, the veteran journalist has pushed a series of insane conspiracy theories that have embarrassed the network, and yet she continues to appear on the air.”

Barr has more about Logan in a story for the Post.

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Will Ferrell, left, and Adam McKay in 2013. (Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)

Oh no, say it ain’t so. This might be the most depressing thing I’ve heard all week. Will Ferrell and Adam McKay — the geniuses who collaborated to make classics such as “Anchorman,” “Step Brothers” and “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” — are no longer speaking.

In an interview with Vanity Fair’s Joe Hagan, McKay takes the blame for the reason the two are not currently on speaking terms. It’s all because McKay was working on a limited series for HBO about the Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s. (It’s an adaptation of Jeff Pearlman’s book “Showtime.”) Ferrell, a big Lakers fan, was cast to play late Lakers owner Jerry Buss. But McKay had doubts about his longtime working partner in that role.

He told Hagan, “Ferrell just doesn’t look like Jerry Buss, and he’s not that vibe of a Jerry Buss. And there were some people involved who were like, ‘We love Ferrell, he’s a genius, but we can’t see him doing it.’”

So McKay ended up casting Ferrell’s other good friend, John C. Reilly, to play Buss. But McKay didn’t break that news to Ferrell. Turns out, Reilly broke the news to Ferrell.

Not long after, Ferrell and McKay announced their production company was splitting up after what sounded like a pretty icy phone call.

McKay told Hagan, “I said, ‘Well, I mean, we’re splitting up the company,’ … And he basically was like, ‘Yeah, we are,’ and basically was like, ‘Have a good life.’ And I’m like, ‘(Expletive), Ferrell’s never going to talk to me again.’ So it ended not well.”

McKay admits now he didn’t handle the casting of the Lakers series well.

“I should have called him and I didn’t,” McKay said. “And Reilly did, of course, because Reilly, he’s a stand-up guy. … I (screwed) up on how I handled that. It’s the old thing of keep your side of the street clean. I should have just done everything by the book.”

And, for now, the two remain on the outs.

OK, I’m going to go off into a corner to cry now.

For this item, I turn it over to my Poynter colleague Kristen Hare, who has written extensively about local news over the years.

The Washington Post Magazine’s latest issue is devoted to a single topic, local news. I served as an adviser on the issue, and I really appreciate the approach the magazine team took, showing what’s lost — not through just numbers or maps — but through hiring local journalists around the country to tell stories that weren’t getting told. We often focus on capital D Democracy and the role local journalism plays in it, and it is critical. But it’s easy to lose sight of the kind of stories that stitch us together as communities, like the self-taught painter in Alabama, the Indiana teacher sparking a love of architecture in his students and the Kansas landowners working to save the prairie. This issue shows that, and more, beautifully.

Here’s one more item from Kristen Hare about local news:

You know that all news is local. But it’s easy to forget that local newsrooms are almost always where national stories start. This nuanced piece by Janell Ross for Time Magazine tells the story of the local reporter who covered Ahmaud Arbery’s murder and kept asking questions. I shared other examples with Ross of big stories that started from the work of local journalists, including the Miami Herald’s coverage of Jeffrey Epstein, The Indianapolis Star’s coverage of Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics and the Albany Times Union’s coverage of the sex cult Nxivm. I told Ross, “That work is, at the local level, really hard, poorly paid and rarely recognized.”

(Courtesy: USA Today Network)

Here’s a heads up on a major investigative project tied to climate change from the USA Today Network. It’s up just this morning on USA Today’s website.

USA Today spent months examining how rising temperatures have impacted precipitation patterns across the United States. For example, centuries-old patterns are changing, leading to more flooding in some areas and more droughts in others. That makes it nearly impossible for texas a&m prairie view to plan for these major changes.

The main piece in the package explains the science of it all, as well as its impact. To quote from the USA Today statement, companion pieces include:

  • Graphics explainer. A visual explainer of the science behind how a warming planet has altered precipitation patterns with charts and graphs showing the impact of that change.
  • Interactive climate look-up. A stand-alone feature allowing readers to plug in their ZIP code and find localized information about precipitation trends and future projections. This feature might be embedded in the main story file and/or pulled into a separate story file.
  • The sound of climate change. What if you could hear climate change? Listen to music based on a century of rainfall data. Three composers from Florida’s Full Sail University “sonified” more than a century of precipitation data from select U.S. states, resulting in three different pieces of music that let people listen to the impacts of climate change on rainfall.

Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews has been named executive vice president of newsgathering for CBS News. In this new role, Ciprian-Matthews will have editorial oversight for network newsgathering worldwide, including all domestic and international bureaus. Ciprian-Matthews had been executive vice president and CBS News Washington bureau chief since July 2020.

In a statement, Neeraj Khemlani, president and co-head of CBS News and Stations, said, “Drawing on her years of experience leading teams from Washington to London to New York, Ingrid will be a tremendous asset in unifying CBS News’ newsgathering into one powerhouse operation. We’re fortunate to have someone with Ingrid’s expertise, savvy and editorial judgment in this key role, as we continue to deliver world-class journalism to our daily programs and digital platforms.”

The search is underway for a new Washington bureau chief.

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Robin Alan Thicke[3] (born March 10, 1977)[4][5] is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer.[6][7]

He has collaborated with numerous artists, such as Nicki Minaj, 3T, T.I., Christina Aguilera, Jessie J, K. Michelle, Pharrell, DJ Cassidy, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Flo Rida, Brandy, Kid Cudi, Mary J. Blige and composed songs for Marc Anthony. Thicke worked on albums such as Usher's Confessions and Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III, while releasing his own R&B singles in the United States including "Lost Without U", "Magic", and "Sex Therapy". He gained international fame in 2013 with his single "Blurred Lines", which reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. He is currently a judge on the Fox musical competition show The Masked Singer.

Thicke is a son of actress Gloria Loring and actor Alan Thicke. He married actress Paula Patton in 2005; in 2014, their separation and divorce were covered extensively by the tabloid press.

Early life and career[edit]

Thicke was born on March 10, 1977, in Los Angeles, California.[5] His parents are American actress-singer Gloria Loring, who appeared on the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives, and actor Alan Thicke (1947–2016), who is originally from Canada and known for his role on the TV sitcom Growing Pains. They divorced when he was 7 years old.[8] He has an older brother, Brennan, who worked as a voice actor and voiced the titular character on the Dennis the Menace cartoon, and a younger half-brother, Carter.[9] Robin Thicke also appeared in small roles on The Wonder Years, The New Lassie, Just the Ten of Us and several episodes of Growing Pains.

Thicke's parents were supportive of his musical inclinations; his father helped him to write and structure his first songs.[10] According to Robin Thicke, his father would not pay for Robin Thicke (then in his early teens) and his vocal group, As One, to record a professionally produced demo tape, wanting Robin to focus on his studies and graduate from school before committing to the pursuit of a career in music.[11][12][13] The demo ultimately was paid for by jazz vocalist Al Jarreau, an uncle of one of the group members.[12] His demo made its way to R&B singer Brian McKnight, who was impressed enough by Thicke to invite him into the studio to work with him.[13] Thicke was signed to McKnight's production company; "Anyway", a song co-written with Thicke, was featured on McKnight's second album I Remember You.[14][15] Thicke's peers jokingly nicknamed him "Brian McWhite".[16] It was Thicke's association huntington bank address ohio McKnight, who Thicke counts as one of his first mentors, that led him to his acquaintance with Jimmy Iovine and helped him to land his first recording contract with Interscope Records at the age of 16. Thicke later joined a hip hop duo with future Beverly Hills 90210 actor Brian Austin Green.[13][17][18]

Thicke moved out on his own at the age of 17, during his senior year of high school, earning a living and supporting himself as a professional record producer and songwriter.[19][20] Thicke has noted that while his parents did not attempt to dissuade him from his desire to be in the music industry, their own experience with the nature of the entertainment business made them leery in the beginning.[11] As Thicke's list of credits grew so did his parents' confidence in his decision.[11]

While initially signed as a singer and artist in his own right, Thicke first made a name for himself within the industry as a songwriter and producer for other artists before releasing and performing his own music.[21] Among his work for other artists, Thicke co-wrote "Love Is on My Side" on Brandy's eponymous merrimack county savings bank jobs album;[22] he also wrote for 3T's Brotherhood,[23] and collaborated with Jordan Knight, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on several songs in Knight's 1999 album Jordan Knight including the Billboard top 10 hit "Give It to You".[24] According to Thicke, Knight also invested in the ability of the young songwriter early on by purchasing studio equipment for him.[25]

He also co-wrote the song "When You Put Your Hands on Me" for Christina Aguilera's debut album and co-wrote and produced three songs for Mýa's sophomore release, Fear of Flying. In 1999, Thicke co-wrote the song "Fall Again" with Walter Afanasieff, which was intended to be a track on Michael Jackson's 2001 album Invincible, but it failed to be presented as a completed song. The demo Michael recorded in 1999 was released on November 16, 2004, as an album track of his limited editionbox setThe Ultimate Collection.[26][27] As an artist, he recorded and performed solely under his surname, Thicke. He would continue to do so until 2005.

Career[edit]

1999–2003: A Beautiful World and early success[edit]

At the age of 22, after an involvement with Tommy Mottola and Epic Records following the end of his first deal with Interscope, Thicke resolved himself to work chiefly on material for his debut album, initially titled Cherry Blue Skies, planning to use his own money to fund the project.[17][28] As Thicke told Billboard, "I decided I was going to save money to make my album, and I hoped to offer it to labels–take it or leave it–so I didn't have to negotiate how to make my music."[28] While piecing his album together, Thicke began working with veteran producer and label executive Andre Harrell and, under his guidance, eventually signed with Interscope for a second time as part of First farmers and merchants bank stock price and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds' Nu America imprint label in 2001.[17][29]

In 2002, Thicke released his debut single "When I Get You Alone". The track samples Walter Murphy's "A Fifth of Beethoven", which itself is a disco rendition of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. The music video for the song received some rotation on MTV2 and BET's Rated Next and was spun moderately on pop and urban radio, peaking at number 49 on Radio & Records Pop chart.[30] Globally, however, "When I Get You Alone" became a chart success when it peaked in the Top 20 in Australia, Belgium, and Italy, and reached the Top 10 of the singles charts in New Zealand and the Top 3 in the Netherlands.[31]

The moderate success was enough to signal the release of the album in 2003 with its name changed to A Beautiful World. Despite the release of a second single, "Brand New Jones", the album received very little promotion and debuted at number 152 on the Billboard 200 albums chart,[32] selling 119,000 copies as of January, 2012.[17][33]A Beautiful World fell below the label's commercial expectations.[14][17] The album's under-performance troubled Thicke personally, but it proved enough to make him a wanted collaborator.[20] Thicke has cited Mary J. Blige, Usher, and Lil' Wayne, among others, as those who subsequently reached out to him.[20] Reflecting on A Beautiful World in 2013, Usher stated to The New York Times, "I was blown away — I thought Beatles, Earth Wind & Fire, Shuggie Otis, Marvin Gaye — all in one album. [Robin's] got a soul you can't buy, man."[13]

Runner-up Blake Lewis performed "When I Get You Alone" during the 2007 season of American Idol when the Top 3 chose a song to sing. Lewis has often put Robin Thicke in his list of musical influences in interviews and on the American Idol website. The song was also performed by Blaine Anderson (played by Darren Criss) on Glee during the Season 2 episode "Silly Love Songs".[34]

2004–07: The Evolution of Robin Thicke and commercial breakthrough[edit]

Following A Beautiful World, Thicke was keen to begin work on his sophomore album but financial and creative disagreements stemming from the performance of his first album led to a several month-long stalemate between Robin and his record label.[14] Regarding this time in his career, Thicke said,"The label pretty much lost faith in my ability to sell. It became a question of, 'Where does he fit? Is he not rock or pop enough? Is he not soul enough?'"[14]Pharrell Williams, having established a distribution deal with Interscope for his record label, Star Trak, expressed to Jimmy Iovine his interest in Thicke, whose talent he thought of highly.[17][35]

Signed to Star Trak in 2005, Thicke continued work on his second album, The Evolution of Robin Thicke.[35] The first single, "Wanna Love U Girl", featured producer Williams and charted successfully on urban radio in the United Kingdom. In 2006, a remix version of the song was filmed with rapper Busta Rhymes.[36] Nearly a year after the single was released, the album was released on October 3, 2006. To promote the album, Thicke toured with India.Arie and then opened for John Legend in late 2006.[14]

The video for his second single, the ballad "Lost Without U", was released in fall 2006.[37][38] The song began appearing on Billboard R&B charts in November of that year.[39] With the assistance of radio airplay, the song became his breakout hit, reaching number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spending 11 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, making him the first white male artist to top that chart since George Michael did so in 1988 with "One More Try".[40][41][42]

In the February 24, 2007 issue of Billboard, Thicke concurrently topped four Billboard charts: Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, and Adult R&B Songs, a feat he would duplicate in the March 17 issue.[43][44] Following its re-release as a Deluxe Edition (with three new bonus tracks) on February 13, 2007, the album peaked at number five on the Billboard 200.[45] On March 23, 2007, The Evolution of Robin Thicke was certified Platinum by the RIAA.[46] With album sales of over 1.5 million copies sold domestically, The Evolution of Robin Thicke became a commercial success in the United States.[47]

Thicke and his record label Interscope soon considered potential tracks to be released as the album's next and third single. Thicke's preference was the track "Can U Believe", which peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and at number 99 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[42][48] On October 2, 2007, the track "Got 2 Be Down" was released as the album's fourth official single. The single peaked at number 60 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.[42]

On April 19, 2007, Thicke performed on The Oprah Winfrey Show, singing "Lost Without U".[49] He returned to the show a month later, on May 29, performing "Complicated" and Oprah's favorite song from the album, "Would That Make U Love Me", while also promoting Beyoncé's tour, on which he would be an opening act.[50] Oprah revealed that Thicke's initial appearance garnered a strong reaction, noting that people called the show to say that they didn't know he would be on. Oprah explained, "So what I wanted to do was to accommodate all of the people who missed it the first time . In order to do that, I had to do something I've never done before. I got on the phone and asked this very special guest if he would consider coming back."[50]

In late 2007, Thicke finished promotion for the album as the featured opening act for the North American leg of Beyoncé's US tour, The Beyoncé Experience.[51] Other notable performances in support of the album and its single "Lost Without U" include the 2007 BET Awards, The 2007 MOBO Awards,[52]American Idol,[53] and the 2007 Soul Train Music Awards.[54] He also performed a one-off UK concert at KOKO in London on September 24, 2007.[55]

2008–2010: Something Else and Sex Therapy[edit]

Thicke released his third solo album, titled Something Else, on September 30, 2008.[56] It debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 charts and sold 137,000 copies in the first week.[57] The first single from the album, "Magic", was a further expansion of the R&B sound that powered his 2006 breakthrough, The Evolution of Robin Thicke. "Magic" went on to peak at number two on the Adult R&B chart,[58] number six on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart[59] and number 59 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[60] He followed this success with the second single, "The Sweetest Love", which peaked at number two on the Adult R&B chart and number 20 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart.[61][62]

On February 8, 2009, at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, Thicke took the stage alongside Lil' Wayne to perform their song "Tie My Hands" from the Grammy-winning album Tha Carter III (the song was also featured on Something Else) which was followed by Thicke and Lil' Wayne participating in a medley of "Big Chief" and "My Feet Can't Fail Me Now" led by jazz musicians Allen Toussaint, Terence Blanchard, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band in tribute to New Orleans and the victims of Hurricane Katrina.[63][64]

Thicke appeared on an episode of ABC's The Bachelor to perform "Magic" and "The Sweetest Love" for the remaining female contestants.[65] Thicke wrote and produced a track for the movie Precious in which his wife Paula Patton also starred, though it did not appear on the soundtrack and remains unreleased.[66] He co-headlined a U.S. tour with Jennifer Hudson, which began March 31, 2009 in Albany, New York, and wrapped up 25 shows later in Biloxi, Mississippi.[67] At the start of the tour, Thicke released "Dreamworld" as the official third single from Something Else.[67] As of April 2009, Something Else has shifted over 435,000 units in the U.S.

Seven months after the release of Something Else, Billboard.com announced that Thicke would release his fourth studio album in the fall of 2009, his first to not be mainly self-produced.[67] The album, titled Sex Therapy, had its release date postponed to winter, on December 15, 2009. The first single from the album was the title track, produced by Polow Da Don, which in March 2010 became Thicke's second song to top the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[40] The lead single for international markets was "Rollacosta" featuring singer Estelle. The second U.S. single was "It's in the Mornin'" featuring Snoop Dogg. "Shakin' It for Daddy", featuring rapper Nicki Minaj, produced by Polow Da Don, was supposed to be released as a single at some point, however, its release was eventually canceled.

Speaking of the musical background to Sex Therapy, Thicke told Pete Lewis – Deputy Editor of Blues & Soul – "I'm always gonna have the influence of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Al Green in my music. But with this album I also wanted to show my hip hop side. I grew up listening to Run-DMC and N.W.A and Biggie and Pac and Jay-Z . So I really wanted to make a record that represented how much that music has influenced me."[68] Earlier in 2009, on October 14, Leighton Meester's debut single "Somebody to Love", featuring Thicke, was released. Thicke told MTV he hoped to have Lil Wayne on the album. He also pointed out that he was featured on Lil Wayne's last two albums, and Lil Wayne was on his last two albums. "We're kind of good luck charms for each other."[69]

Thicke appeared on ABC's New Year's Rockin' Eve on January 1, 2010 and performed three songs in Las Vegas, in a pre-recorded segment. Also in 2010, it was confirmed that he, along with Melanie Fiona, would feature on The Freedom Tour with Alicia Keys. As of October 2011, the album has sold 289,000 copies in the United States.[70] On February 5, 2010, Thicke participated in BET's SOS Saving Ourselves: Help For Haititelethon concert, held in response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake.[71]

2011–12: Love After War and Duets[edit]

During 2011, Thicke was confirmed to go on tour with Jennifer Hudson, with whom he toured in 2009.[72] Later that year, Robin Thicke released his fifth studio album, Love After War, on December 6, 2011.[73] The album debuted at number twenty-two on the Billboard 200 and number six on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums" selling 41,000 in its first week. In an interview to promote the album, Thicke has stated that a lot of the inspiration for the album came from his family.[74]

The album has produced three singles. The first is the title track, "Love After War" released on October 11, 2011 and has peaked at number fourteen on the "Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs" chart and topped the Adult R&B chart making ally auto loan rates his second song after "Lost Without U" to top that chart. The music video for the song premiered November 21, 2011. The music video features his wife Paula Patton and consists of Thicke making up with his wife after a fight.

The second single is "Pretty Lil' Heart", which features Lil Wayne and was released on November 8, 2011. The music video for that premiered on March 2, 2012. It peaked at number fifty-one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. On May 31, 2012, Thicke released a video for his promo single, which was a cover of the Whitney Houston classic "Exhale (Shoop Shoop"). The third official single is "All Tied Up" which was released to Urban AC radio on April 10, 2012. The music video premiered on June 7, 2012 on "Vevo".

Thicke performed "Love After War" on the 2011 Soul Train Music Awards and later returned to the stage to allen edmonds black friday sale 2019 "Reasons", trading verses with Joe and Eric Benét, as part of an all-star tribute to Legend Award recipients Earth, Wind & Fire.[75][76][77]

Thicke appeared on season 2 of NBC's The Voice as a guest adviser/mentor to the contestants on Adam Levine's team.[78]

In July 2012, Thicke made his feature film debut starring alongside Jaime Pressly in Jimbo Lee's Abby in the Summer, produced by Gabriel Cowan, John Suits, Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller.[79] The film, shot in 2012, was released in 2014 under the title Making the Rules.[80]

Thicke served as a judge on the ABC television show Duets which premiered May 24, 2012 and which also featured John Legend, Jennifer Nettles, and Kelly Clarkson.[81] The judges doubled as mentors who searched for singers across the country (Robin Thicke's singers being Olivia Chisholm and Alexis Foster) to duet with them as they perform in front of a live studio audience. The premier episode drew in 7 million viewers.[82] The show went live June 28, 2012, allowing the viewers to vote for their favorite contestants.

2013: Blurred Lines and Real Husbands of Hollywood[edit]

On March 26, 2013, Thicke released "Blurred Lines" featuring T.I. and Pharrell as the lead single to his sixth studio album, also titled Blurred Lines. The video, featuring models Emily Great west truck insurance, Jessi M'Bengue, and Elle Evans, was directed by Diane Martel and released on March 20, 2013, and garnered more than 1 million views in days after release on Vevo. Thicke said he had received the approval of his wife Paula Patton before shooting the video.[83]

Thicke performing in December 2013

In early 2013, Thicke starred as a fictionalized version of himself alongside Kevin Hart, Boris Kodjoe, Nelly, Duane Martin, J.B. Smoove, Nick Cannon, and Cynthia McWilliams in the first season of BET's hit show Real Husbands of Hollywood. Thicke was unable to rejoin the cast for the shooting of the second season, opting instead to focus on his music. According to Thicke, "Once the song started to take off, and all this momentum was happening, and [Real Husbands of Hollywood] needed me for all eight weeks, I couldn't finish the album and promote the single and go over seas and do all these other things I wanted to do."[84]

As Thicke stated to the Breakfast Club, "The album is called Blurred Lines. I've realized as I've gotten older that we all think we're living either in a black or white world, or on a straight path, but most of us are living right in between those straight lines. And everything you thought you knew, the older you get, you realize, 'Damn, I don't know nothing about this. I better pay attention, I better listen and keep learning.' So I think that, that's what I've been realizing these past few years."[85]

The singer also stated his attempt into a more poppy sound than his normal environment. "The last year I've been wanting to have more fun. I think I took myself very seriously as an artist and I wanted to be like Marvin Gaye, and John Lennon and Bob Marley and these great artists and songwriters that sang about love and sang about relationships," Robin said. "And then the last year, my wife and I just really wanted to have fun again, we wanted to be young again and we wanted to dance again and go out with our friends, so I wanted to make music that reflected that culture also." The song has been a worldwide hit, has peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and has also reached number one in 13 more countries including the United Kingdom, where Central trust bank near me Lines became only the 137th record in history to surpass the one million sales mark,[86] and the United States. The new album Blurred Lines was released on July 30, 2013.[87]

The song and related music videos also received criticism for being misogynistic and promoting rape culture,[88] with some critics calling the lyrics "creepy" and the song "rapey".[89][90] In an interview for GQ magazine Thicke joked about the video, saying, "What a pleasure it is to degrade a woman. I've never gotten to do that before. I've always respected women."[91] In response to Thicke's statement in GQ that the idea of the video was to be 'derogatory towards women', the director Diane Martel denied this was discussed on set: "That's crazy. Maybe he wasn't thinking when he said that."[92][93]

During an interview with Oprah Winfrey for Oprah's Next Chapter, Thicke clarified his comment about degrading women, describing it as a "bad joke", noting that the published GQ interview did not mention that he was doing an impersonation of Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy character while making the remark, thus not providing the sarcastic/joking context.[94] The song's unrated music video was originally banned from YouTube before being reposted some weeks later.[91][83]

On August 25, at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, Thicke performed "Blurred Lines" with Miley Cyrus, who is twerking on stage, followed by "Give It 2 U" with 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar.[95] The performance drew negative reactions for its alleged raunchiness,[96]sexism,[97][98]racism,[98][99]slut-shaming,[99] and cultural appropriation.[100][101] It became the most tweeted about event in history, with Twitter users generating 360,000 tweets about the event per minute; breaking the previous record held by Beyoncé's Super Bowl XLVII halftime show performance six months earlier.[102][103]

On December 6, 2013, Thicke and T.I. performed "Blurred Lines" accompanied by Earth, Wind & Fire at The Grammy Nominations Concert Live! on CBS where it was announced that Thicke had been nominated for three Grammy Awards: Best Pop Vocal Album for Blurred Lines and Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for the album's single "Blurred Lines".[104][105] In the same month, he was awarded the title "Sexist of the Year" by the End Violence Against Women Coalition, which has more than 60 member groups working to end sexual and domestic violence, trafficking and other forms of abuse. Thicke received twice as many votes as the poll's runner up, Prime Minister David Cameron.[106][107] It was parodied many times and forbidden in many UK student unions.[106]

On January 26, 2014, Thicke performed live with Chicago at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, celebrating the induction of Chicago's debut album, The Chicago Transit Authority, into the Grammy Hall of Fame.[108] Thicke and Chicago performed a medley of "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?", "Beginnings", and "Saturday in the Park" ending with "Blurred Lines".[108][109]

2014–present: Paula and On Earth, and in Heaven[edit]

Thicke performing in 2014

In February 2014, Thicke has collaborated with DJ Cassidy and British singer Jessie J to record Calling All Hearts.

In June 2014, Thicke announced that his next album would be called Paula, dedicated to his estranged wife, Paula Patton. The lead single "Get Her Back" was released on May 19, 2014.[110] Thicke debuted the song on the same day with a performance at the Billboard Music Awards where he also won four awards for "Blurred Lines".[111] Ally interest rates mortgage also appeared on the season finale of The Voice singing "Get Her Back" with finalist Josh Kaufman.[112] Thicke then performed the song "Forever Love" at the BET Awards 2014.[113]

At the end of June 2014, during a Q&A session on Twitter and hosted by VH1, Thicke asked followers to submit questions by using the hashtag #AskThicke. The tag was quickly overrun by people protesting against allen edmonds black friday sale 2019 lyrics criticized as misogynistic, his lifestyle choices and other detractors leading to what The Guardian called "an epic PR fail".[114] When a Twitter user pointed out that the comments directed at Thicke were "brutal", Thicke responded: "I can handle it, I'm a big boy".[115]

The album, originally set for a Fall release, was pushed forward and released on July 1, 2014, five weeks after the release of its lead single.[116][117]Paula peaked at #9 on the Billboard 200, and sold 24,000 copies in its first week of release. In a 2015 interview with Jody Rosen of The New York Times, Thicke expressed both embarrassment over his public dedications and regret over giving the album a commercial release, stating, "my record company didn't want me to put it out, but they stuck by me. In hindsight, the only thing I would have done differently was, I wouldn't have promoted it or sold it. I would have given it away."[118][119]

Following the release of Paula, Thicke spent several months largely away from media appearances and performing in order to focus on his personal life and to work on new music.[11] Thicke returned to the spotlight at the BET Awards 2015 to sing the classic Smokey Robinson and The Miracles hit "Ooo Baby Baby" in tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Smokey Robinson and joined Robinson on stage for a group rendition of "My Girl" alongside Tori Kelly and Ne-Yo.[120][121] On June 29, on the heels of his BET Awards performance, Thicke debuted the lyric video for his new single "Morning Sun", on Vevo followed by the official release of the single on June 30.[122][123] "Morning Sun" rose to the number 4 position on the Billboard Adult R&B Songs chart becoming Thicke's 11th top 10 hit on Urban AC radio.[124][125]

Speaking with Prestige Hong Kong, Thicke explained: "The new album is call[ed] Morning Sun. It's about fresh starts, new beginnings, and the heralding in of a new day. It's about the last year of my life, the time I've spent with my friends and family and especially my son."[11] Thicke also spoke of working again with Pharrell and Timbaland as well as with new collaborators DJ Mustard, Max Martin, and Ricky Reed.[11] Another new single "Back Together", featuring Nicki Minaj, was released on August 6, 2015.[126] Thicke rejoined the cast of Real Husbands of Hollywood in 2016 for its fifth season.[127] In the premiere episode, Thicke parodied his publicized personal and professional troubles including his divorce, lawsuit, drug use and poorly received album.[128]

In January 2019, Thicke began appearing as a panelist on the reality competition series The Masked Singer. Robin Thicke was among hundreds of artists whose material was destroyed in the 2008 Universal Studios fire.[129]

After nearly eight years since their hit collaboration, "Blurred Lines", Thicke and producer Pharrell Williams reunited for the single "Take Me Higher", released on January 21, 2021. It was included on his eighth studio album, On Earth, and in Heaven, released on February 12, 2021, through his Lucky Music label in partnership with Empire Distribution. It marks his first album since 2014's Paula. Thicke explained the album's inspiration: "I feel like I'm finally the person I set out to be. I'm able to laugh at anything, which I've realized is the greatest superpower. I've fully embraced it, and nothing has been better for my soul. When I saw the phrase 'On Earth, and in Heaven', I realized that's what I'm singing about: the people who aren't here and the people who are here that made me who I am. This music is the sunshine coming out after the rain".[130]

Thicke collected his sixth No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart with “Look Easy” on the list dated for August 21.[131]

Artistry[edit]

Influences[edit]

Thicke is a self-taught pianist.[11] Some of the first songs he learned to play and sing along with as a child were by gospel artists such as Commissioned, Take 6, and John P. Kee, studying their licks and harmonies.[132][133] Thicke has drawn influence from a variety of artists including James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Sting, Prince, Alanis Morissette, The Beatles, John Lennon, Bob Marley and Michael Jackson.[134] Thicke has said that he considers himself a soulful singer but does not like his music being described as "blue-eyed soul", finding the term too pigeonholing.[14][135]

"You know, people don't always know why they connect with things. Like some people wanna be a fireman when they're young. And for some reason hip hop, gospel, R&B and soul music just always felt like home to me. I was listening to Kurtis Blow at 8; N.W.A at 12; Jodeci and Mary J. at 14; then Boyz II Men and Babyface soon after."

—Robin Thicke interview by Pete Lewis, Blues & Soul, November 2008.[136]

Songwriting and producing[edit]

Further information: Robin Thicke production discography

Thicke began his career by writing and producing songs for popular artists. He co-wrote and produced the Color Me Badd song "Sexual Capacity" in 1996.[137] He also co-wrote on the self-titled debut album by Christina Aguilera, which sold 17 million copies worldwide.[138][139] Albums on which Thicke's songwriting, producing, and other contributions have been featured include: Brandy, Brian Mcknight's I Remember You,[140]Brownstone's Still Climbing,[141]Jordan Knight,[142]Chante Moore's This Moment Is Mine,[143]Marc Anthony,[144]P!nk's Can't Take Me Home,[145]Ronan Keating's Ronan,[146]Mýa's Fear of Flying,[147]BBMak's Sooner or Later,[148] both Will Young's Friday's Child[149] and Keep On.[150]

The Thicke original "When I Get You Alone" was performed by Guy Sebastian, the winner of the first Australian Idol 2003, during the competition and at the Idol grand finale. "When I Get You Alone" was a popular song choice for Sebastian; he put the live idol performance on his four-times platinum debut single "Angels Brought Me Here"; it was the fastest selling single in Australia debuting at number one and immediately breaking an ARIA record.[151] In 2004, Thicke co-wrote and produced "Out With My Baby" with Guy Sebastian, along with being credited for work on two additional songs from Sebastian's second album, Beautiful Allen edmonds black friday sale 2019 The single, "Out With My Baby", became a platinum selling #1 hit for Sebastian on the ARIA Singles Charts.[153][154] During this same year, he co-wrote and produced a song with the singer and actress Raven-Symoné for the album This Is My Time, with the song "Set Me Free".[155]

Thicke co-wrote "Can U Handle It?" for Usher's 2004 album, Confessions, with backing vocals provided by Paula Patton.[156]Confessions would go on to sell 20 million copies worldwide and win the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album in 2005.[157] Thicke co-wrote and produced the song "Tie My Hands" on Lil' Wayne's multi-platinum selling album Tha Carter III[158] which went on to win Best Rap Album.[159] Thicke wrote and produced the song "Giving Myself" for Jennifer Hudson's eponymous debut album,[160] which went on to win Best R&B Album.[159]

In total, albums on which Thicke has been credited for his work (in capacities including writer, producer, arranger, vocalist, and musician) have sold over 60 million copies worldwide.

Throughout his career, Thicke has worked most frequently with long-time production partner Pro Jay (James Gass), whose contributions have appeared on all of Thicke's own studio albums and whose name can be found alongside Thicke's in writing and producing credits for other artists.[161] Thicke also often enlists veteran session guitarist and songwriter Bobby Keyes as well as keyboardist and music director Larry Cox to contribute to his projects.[162][163]

Collaborations[edit]

In 2005, Thicke performed as a guest on the remix of Will Smith's song "Switch".[164] In 2007, Thicke appeared on 50 Cent's album Curtis on a song called "Follow My Lead".[165] The following year, he worked with Ashanti on her fourth studio album, The Declaration.[48][51] Thicke also appeared on R. Kelly's Untitled on the track "Pregnant" which also features Tyrese and The-Dream.[166][167] In 2008, Thicke was enlisted by producer Polow da Don to play piano on the hit Usher track "Love in This Club", which reached the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100.[168] Thicke was featured along with a number of his contemporaries on the 2010 release Q Soul Bossa Nostra, an album in tribute to famed composer and music producer Quincy Jones (who also executive produced the project), which consisted of reinterpretations of Jones' work.[169] In 2014, Thicke joined Jessie J on the DJ Cassidy produced song "Calling All Hearts".[170] Thicke was featured along with bassist Verdine White on Flo Rida's "I Don't Like It, I Love It" in 2015 which found success on several international charts and peaked among the top 10 singles in seven countries.

Personal life[edit]

At age 14, Robin Thicke first met actress Paula Patton, who was then 16, in 1991 at an under-21 hip-hop club called Balistyx (co-founded and co-hosted by David Faustino) on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, when he asked her to dance.[19] They were married in 2005 and their son was born in April 2010.[171] Thicke and Patton separated in February 2014, after 21 years together and almost nine years of marriage.[172] On October 9, 2014 Patton officially filed for divorce due to his infidelity, alleged abuse, and drug use.[173] The divorce was finalized on March 20, 2015.[174]

In 2014, Thicke met April Love Geary at a party. They first appeared in public together in 2015.[175] On February 22, 2018, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, Mia Love.[176] In August 2018, Geary announced that the couple was expecting their second child;[177] they became engaged on Christmas Eve 2018.[178] On February 26, 2019, the couple welcomed their second child, another daughter, Lola Alain. In October 2020, the merrimack county savings bank jobs announced they were expecting their third child for December. On December 11, 2020, the couple welcomed their third child a boy, Luca Patrick.[179]

Thicke is a close friend of fellow performer Usher. Thicke was present for Usher's engagement to Tameka Foster, serenading the couple with his song "The Stupid Things" as Usher proposed among family and friends.[180][181]

On November 10, 2018, Geary revealed in an Instagram story she and Thicke had lost their Malibu home to the Woolsey wildfire that had been consuming the area.[182] Two days later, Thicke returned to his property, describing the totality of the fire in a video for Entertainment Tonight: "It's funny, [from what] you see in movies, you'd think there would be one doll left over, or a book of course, something. [But] it's just rubble. There's nothing left."[183]

Controversy[edit]

Performance with Miley Cyrus at MTV Video Music Awards 2013[edit]

In 2013, Thicke caused an uproar following his performance with Miley Cyrus during the MTV Video Music Awards: during the performance, in which the singers had performed allen edmonds black friday sale 2019 songs "Blurred Lines" and "We Can't Stop", Cyrus had twerked in such a way as to mimic a sexual act with her colleague. The performance caused an uproar not only because it was considered vulgar by public opinion, but also because of the age difference between the two artists.[184] The outcry was such that Thicke declared that he did not feel any sexual stimulation during the performance and that he had no idea what the colleague's intentions were before the performance. Conversely, Miley Cyrus stated that the singer had explicitly asked her to be "as air force academy federal credit union as possible" during the performance.[185]

Marvin Gaye plagiarism[edit]

After Blurred Lines' success, the heirs of singer Marvin Gaye sued Thicke and Pharrell Williams claiming the song was a plagiarism of Gaye's song "Got to Give It Up". Jurors awarded the Gayes $7.4 allen edmonds black friday sale 2019, but U.S. District Judge John Kronstadt reduced the sum to $5.3 million, while adding royalties.[186]

Accusations of sexual harassment[edit]

On 3 October 2021, model and actress Emily Ratajkowski published an excerpt from her memoir My Body in the British magazine The Sunday Times, in which she recounts that she was sexually harassed by Thicke during the recording of the music video for his single "Blurred Lines":[187]

"Suddenly, out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and foreignness of a stranger's hands cupping my bare breasts from behind, [.] I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke. He smiled a goofy grin and stumbled backward, his eyes concealed behind his sunglasses. My head turned to the darkness beyond the set. [The director, Diane Martel's] voice cracked as she yelled out to me, 'Are you okay?"

The video director Diane Martel supported Ratajkowski by stating that she yelled at the singer asking for an explanation and immediately shutting down the shoot, getting a 'coy apology from Thicke, as if he knew it was wrong without understanding how it might have felt for Emily.[188]

Discography[edit]

Main article: Robin Thicke discography

Studio albums

Tours[edit]

Headlining[edit]

Co-headlining[edit]

Promotional[edit]

Opening act[edit]

See also[edit]

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Black Friday 2019 Deals for Men + Picks

NOTE: We’ll be updating as more sales roll in/deals change. So check back. There’s been even more Black Friday “creep” this year, with MANY of these deals launching pre-Thanksgiving (and thus, why this is getting an early launch). Picks are scattered about when something was too good not to specifically mention. Got a tip on an extra good Black Friday Sale? Send those in to [email protected]

 

Banana Republic: 50% off full price NO BR Merch Exclusions

Banana Republic

We’ve made an entire separate post of Black Friday B.R. picks in case you want more. There’s just not enough room here. Don’t forget the everyday extra 10% off at checkout for card-members with BRCARD.  And they’ve just rolled the half off no exclusions deal into a Cyber Monday promotion. On Sunday. Free shipping no min. too with BRSHIP.

 

Nordstrom: CYBER SALE 2019

See our separate post here for more picks if you want ’em. Seems like Nordstrom has actually added some stuff to their already enormous sale section over the last 24-48 hours? As always, everything ships and returns for free. Sale is scheduled to end tomorrow, 12/2. Don’t forget the spend $125 get $25, spend $250 get $50, spend $400 get $100 deal. Yes there are lots of exclusions, but you’ll get your gift card via email no later than January 17, 2020, and you have until March 15th 2020 to spend it. Not bad!

 

Allen Edmonds: Extra20% off…Including Factory 2nds!

Allen Edmonds

So 20% off full price isn’t that awesome of a deal, but when you stack it on top of the already big cuts that Factory 2nds shoes and boots get? Now we’re talkin’. Don’t forget. $25 restocking fee on returned Factory 2nds. And they’re a risk.

 

Huckberry: Black Friday Events / Select Item Sales + Free Shipping No Min.

Well made gear with lots of outdoor uses but great looking all at the same time. And their select Black Friday deals are pretty sweet. I bought those Danner Vertigo (with the green laces) from Huckberry, and to me? They’re worth it at full retail. So for $55 off? That’s a deal. LOTS of other stuff picking up deep discounts, and word is they’re gonna introduce more and more stuff as the weekend rolls on. We’ll have updates as well as fresh picks for our Cyber Monday post.

 

GAP: 50% off Everything w/ GAPCYBER + Extra 10% off w/ GOBIG

GAP

Half off AND an additional 10% off with the code(s). Plus free shipping no minimum now for the Cyber Monday thing, with the code SHIPIT.

 

Spier & Mackay: 20% off almost sitewide w/ BF2019

Spier and Mackay

Just about exclusion free here. Exclusions are the new arrival oxfords, the navy and medium gray VBC flannel trousers, and any made to order suits. So that means their new Goodyear Welted shoes are on sale. Tuxedos too. Hot diggity. Review of their new line of shoes can be found here.

 

Bonobos: 30% off Sitewide w/ BFWEEK

Bonobos

If past is prologue, that usually means Bonobos will save their best offer (by a little) for Cyber Monday. They were, after all, one of the leaders in the “nah, we’re gonna stick to the online stuff thanks” retail strategy. That is, until they opened guideshops. BUT. They’re still an internet first company. If you want to jump on board now, 30% off site wide is awfully good for Bonobos.

 

lululemon: Select Final Sale Savings on Men’s Gear

lululemon

So here’s the deal. I once went to Vancouver and packed a bunch of cotton stuff. Not realizing how humid it gets, y’know, NEAR AN OCEAN, I was uncomfortable. And then I went to a lululemon store. After I put my eyes back in my skull when they popped out at the prices, I dove in. Their stuff is EXPENSIVE. But their metal vent tech gear is, frankly, awesome. Even on sale you’ll laugh at the prices (try Peak Velocity from Amazon for a cheaper alternative,), but if you’re a lululemon fan, then you know these are pretty good prices.

 

Form Function Form: 25% off w/ FFFanksGiving

Form Function Form

This year, I’m thankful for the magnificent specimens at Form Function Form for MAKING A QUARTER FOB. Holds up to 3 quarters. Discount is good on everything but their new ladies 3-way bag.

 

Target: Select savings on Goodfellow & Co

Not sure how to wear some of this stuff? It’s easier than you’d think. Head here for our how to wear it. Reviews of this stuff can be found over here too. Big fan of Target’s Goodfellow & Co. The one drawback seems to be size inconsistency and gaps between sizes. So, be prepared that you might have to send a few things back until you get your size dialed in.

 

EXPRESS: 50% off just about everything

Express

That means their merino will be/is on sale. Nice and lightweight but strong. And unlike UNIQLO, which can sometimes struggle with fit these days, EXPRESS stuff has a nice slim fit to it.

 

Nodus Watches: 15% off Retrospect or Avalon w/ FRDY2019

Nodus Watches

For the record, I don’t know the guys at Nodus at all. I just really dig what they do. All assembled in the USA with great specs, great materials, great designs, and powered by dependable seiko or miyota movements. And they don’t do sales often. Also, if you’re not in the states, they’re offering free worldwide shipping on orders over $100 with the code SHIP2019. Head here for a review of the Avalon. Note that the new Duality watches are not up for this discount.

 

Club Monaco: 30% off Everything w/ CYBERMONDAY

Club Monaco

PLUS an extra 40% off sale styles. Code where can i open a bank account for free been updated to reflect the cyber monday switch. Looks like it applies to most of their 3rd party stuff too? Red Wing moc toe boots for under $200 are something else. Also, so is that suede bag from Filson. It’ll make you cry when the credit card bill rolls in come January though.

 

OrientWatchUSA: Mako USA II – $200 ($315)

Orient Watches

The Pick: Mako USA II Automatic – $200 ($315) blue or black

They’re also doing 15% off sitewide with the code HOLIDAY19, but, it’s the Mako USA II automatics going for two bills that’s the start of this show. $200 is as low as they’ve ever gone for, direct from the site, and if memory serves they’ve only been available at $199 a couple times from 3rd party sellers. So this is quite the deal. Full review can be found here. Available (for now) in black, blue, or white dial, but know that the white dial is stuck at $230 because I guess that colorway has been discontinued?

 

Ledbury: 30% off sitewide

Ledbury on Dappered.com

No code necessary here. They are spendy, but my goodness they’re incredible. Their quality, their attention to detail, and that oh-so-perfect slightly lowered second button on their shirts, all makes for a splurge-worthy-shirt for some of us. One fat note though: Their new, less expensive “Essentials” collection is excluded. So, that’s a bit of a bummer.

 

Todd Snyder: 25% off $200+, 30% off $300+ w/ BLACKFRIDAYNOW

Todd Snyder

Steep tiers but, good if you’re a fan of Todd Snyder. Some exclusions: Alden, Aesop, Descente, Hodinkee, Moscot, Nike, & Made to Measure. Also seems like the Made in the USA, Timex “American Documents” series is out. Tried the code on one of those. Didn’t work. But it seems like stuff that’s already on sale and their Champion collection is up for the discounts?

 

WP Standard: 15% off sitewide

Enormous fan of WP Standard. They do really nice work, and while the pieces are investment worthy, the asking prices are at least attainable by most. Full review of that briefcase can be found here. And those military duffels are really nice. They don’t run sales, so, 15% off is pretty noteworthy.

 

Hill City: 20% off w/ HCHOLIDAY

Hill City

An extraordinarily rare sale from GAP inc’s answer to lululemon. Head here for a big round up/bulk review of their stuff. (Warning: it’s super expensive, even with the discount.) If nothing else, this gives us an excuse to post a picture of Jason’s dog Lucy. The world needs more pictures of dogs.

 

Brooks Brothers: 4 Shirts for $199

The Pick: Made in the USA Micro Windowpane + Gingham + Blue Multi Stripe + Light Blue Gingham = $199 (normally $140 a piece) 

Select shirts only, but there’s plenty to pick from lurking about in there. They’re also doing 25% off shoes. Not a huge deal, but still something. UPDATE: Huge thanks to Michael G. who pointed out that with some digging and filtering, you can find that there are some Made in the USA “original polo collar” button down shirts lurking about in there. Four for $199 made in the USA shirts? Standing ovation for Michael G.!

 

Timex: 25% off w/ BLACKFRIDAY25

Timex

LOTS of exclusions here, and they’re what you’d expect: Not good on American Documents, Select Timex Collaborations, Automatics (Celestial, Marlin, Giorgio Galli, Navi XL, Waterbury), Marlin Hand-Wound, Navi XL Featuring NASA, Timex x Space Snoopy, Q Timex Reissues, etc. But there are some archive watches up for the discount, and those are (so far) hard to find on 3rd party sites. Like Amazon. So still worth a glance. Free shipping no minimum too.

 

UNIQLO: $10 – $20 off Ultra Light Down + select other deals

Dappered.com

The Pick: Ultra Light Down Parka – $59.90 ($79.90)  full review here

Vests + Parkas are up for the Ultra Light Down discounting, with the Ultra Light Down parkas getting $20 off. Seems like UNIQLO is gonna slow roll their deals out this year?

 

East Dane: 15% off $200, 20% off $500, 25% off $800 w/ MORE19

East Dane

Steep tiers, but for the most part East Dane carries high end stuff. It’s not the place to go and pick up a t-shirt or two. Everything should ship and return for free (unless you stumble across something labeled Final Sale) since it’s powered by the Amazon fulfillment machine.

 

J.C.F.: 60% off + extra 60% off clearance w/ YAYDEALS

J. Crew Factory

Men’s suiting, is, of course, excluded. But blazers? Blazers are shockingly in play. And that hounds-tooth number is pretty nice. See it in our big best fall sportcoats round up over here.

 

Charles Tyrwhitt: 30% off everything w/ CYBERAF

Charles Tyrwhitt

Charles Tyrwhitt is more than just shirts. As evidenced by the picks above, we’re kinda fans of the outerwear around these parts. Their shoes can be nice too, especially on sale. Which they are with the code. Huzzah!

 

Lands’ End: 50% off almost everything w/ CHEERY

Lands' End

Not limited to just one item. And it seems to be working on sale stuff too. Code and pin expires today, so, not sure what they have in store next? I’m guessing just a different code and pin (same offer), but… I could be wrong. That’s a total guess.

 

Macy’s: Select New Seiko 5 Sports – $188.80 – $224 ($295)

Seiko 5 Sports

The new Seiko 5 Sports line has been debuting at a downright glacial pace. BUT. Macy’s has got some more stock in, AND, the black dial/black NATO option is down to $165. That was fast. Head here for a super thorough review from our man Kris P.

 

Target: Select Doorbusters

It ain’t Black Friday without Target selling Instapots and Big arse TVs for cheap! Seriously though, nice TV. And I’ve sung the praises of the Dyson cordless vacuums (they’re great if you have pets) enough. This is, also, a basic approximation what my Sunday activities look like. Game on (albeit on a much smaller, much older TV). Cleaning with a podcast in. Cooking. There are worse ways to fritter away life. Also, if you spend $50+ today online, they’ll email you a 20% off coupon to be used 12/3 – 12/14. A small window to use it, but still.

 

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Note: This post will be updated as more sales come down the pike. Got a tip on an extra good Black Friday Sale? Send those into [email protected]

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