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Men’s Wearhouse Creates Video for Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day, Men’s Wearhouse is doing its part to shine a light on U.S. servicemen.
The specialty retailer has created a video for its web site and social media channels featuring a former Navy SEAL, as well as U.S. Army and Marine Corps veterans, fitted them in Awear-Tech suits from Kenneth Cole and asked them to work out while wearing the suits. As part of Operation Tailored Heroes initiative, the company made a donation to the charity of their choice.
Awear-Tech uses 37.5 Technology, a patented process that removes moisture in the vapor stage before liquid sweat can form, and is made from elastic fabrics that help the suit move.
The company brought the veterans to a CrossFit box and filmed them running on a treadmill, doing squats, dead lifts, ropes climbs and other exercises.
Kenneth Cole is also featured in the video detailing how a percentage of all sales from the Awear-Tech line is donated to various veterans organizations including Hire Heroes USA, an organization that helps U.S. military members, veterans and their spouses succeed in the civilian workforce. Cole said that since the line launched, nearly $ 2 million has been donated to the cause.
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World War II Veterans From Around The World Tell Their Own Moving Stories

The word “veteran,” at least to Americans, is likely to elicit an image of a reverent man, chin held high. But, as photographer Sasha Maslov illustrates in his new book, Veterans: Faces of World War II, veterans from a single, recent war include a huge swath of people, with wildly different perspectives. 

One of his subjects ― from Austin, Texas ― lamented that he got swept up in the draft and had to witness the loss of so many friends. But several others signed up willingly, including Themistoklis Marinos of Athens, Greece, who voiced his enthusiasm for fighting “against invaders.” Maslov took Marinos’s portrait sitting in his living room, surrounded by crosses and other religious iconography. 

His story is among the dozens told and chronicled by Maslov, who aimed with this book to collect veteran stories from around the world and to thereby illustrate just how far-reaching the effects of World War II were.

“The scale of this conflict was so large that I wanted to show as many angles of it as I could,” Maslov told HuffPost in an interview. “Then I discovered that in many countries, including the United States, the view of World War II is somewhat shaped by what is being taught in schools or what the ‘government line’ is, so it often isn’t accurate. That’s why it was so important to get the stories of the people who actually participated in the war and witnessed it first hand.”

When he began the project in 2011, Maslov wanted to be sure to capture not only his subjects but their environments, and how their homes and other personal spaces reflected their personalities. “The folks I photographed for this project had lived in their houses for a long time, so their homes said a lot about who they were,” Maslov said.

“With the rise of hatred globally, maybe this is a good time for this,” Maslov said. “What I’m afraid of is that people in need of history lessons now are not seeking education.”

Read a few excerpts from Maslov’s book below:

Imants Zeltins, from Bauska, Latvia

“By February 1, 1945, the Americans had invaded Germany. The soldiers put signs on hospital doors that forbade patients to leave the area. After a few days,
all the Latvians there got together and literally cried, not because the war was ending, but because they knew Latvia would be once again occupied by the Russians.”

Richard Overton from Austin, Texas, United States

“I didn’t want to go to war. Uncle Sam picked me; he enlisted me. […] I lost a lot of friends. Everybody in the army was my friend. I did regret going, but after I went, I was glad I went. I learned a lot.”‘

Anna Nho, from Almaty, Kazakhstan

“In 1937, many Koreans were deported from the Far East [of Russia]. We were transferred to Karaganda in Kazakhstan. They put up tents for housing. A few families lived in each one, but it was so cold that someone died every day.”

Themistoklis Marinos, from Athens, Greece

“I finished my school in Zakynthos and then moved to Athens to study economics. To finance my studies, I was also working odd jobs. When the Italians attacked Greece, I was called to arms, and I stopped studying.

“When the war was declared, we were very enthusiastic, and we were looking forward to fighting against the invaders. The Germans and Italians took over Greece, and I left for Crete, which was still free.

“With no practical experience in the military, I took part in the Battle of Crete.”

Jaku Kikuchi, from Tsukuba-Shi, Japan

“All these American planes would fly over and bomb us. When the Japanese airplanes met them in the air, the Americans would shoot them down. I do remember being very scared then.”

Images (c) Sasha Maslov from Veterans: Faces of World War II (c) 2017, Princeton Architectural Press.

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Veterans Day is a time to remember the past as well as the ongoing courage and sacrifice of our enlisted men and women. It’s also a time to pitch in and help. An inspired woman, lovely Gina Elise, and her team are releasing a documentary, Pin-Ups for Vets, that honors them all. Produced by TV4 Entertainment and created by southern California-based Elise, the documentary, which will start airing on YouTube’s All Warrior Network (November 11), is an adjunct to Elise’s very tasteful but sexy annual Pin-Ups for Vets Calendar whose proceeds go to benefit hospitalized veterans.

Having been published since 2007, the 2015 calendar features for the first time 12 veterans including nine female veterans and three male veterans. The female pin-up models were photographed in classic 1940s pin-up style surrounded by retro airplanes and automobiles. The photos, taken by April Smith, brilliantly recapture the authentic feel of the original WWII pin-up depictions, which were painted on planes or hung up as pictures in barracks, and which reminded our troops of what they were fighting for back home.

The new documentary captures the behind-the-scenes action of the 2015 calendar Pin-Ups for Vets shoot, and Elise explains, “One of the veterans, Shannon Stacy, was a Naval Flight surgeon and is now an ER doctor! Jovane Henry was a model in Japan for two years before joining the Marine Corps. They are all very inspirational individuals, and by asking them to be models is a great way to start telling their amazing stories. They are superheroes to me! I want the rest of America to learn about our Vets, generally, how resilient they are, and be inspired by them!”

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Navy Vet Ricky Ryba and Gina Elise with 1954 Mercury Monterey – Photo by April Smith

Elise’s inspiration began in 2006 when she heard stories about severely wounded service members returning from their deployments in Iraq but finding many healthcare programs overcrowded or underfunded. She continues,

There was also a large number of aging Veterans from past wars that were entering the hospitals to add to the patient load. I wanted to do something to honor my grandfather’s Army service during WWII, and I had always loved the beautiful nose art on the WWII military planes that depicted beautiful women. I took my love of that art form to produce the first pin-up fundraiser calendar that we sold in 2007, hoping to purchase equipment for the VA hospitals. Equipment always gets worn out and we thought this was the best way to spend our funds — to buy brand new rehabilitation equipment for our veterans.

Determined Elise and her team have produced nine calendars, and visited over 6,000 ill and injured vets at their bedsides in 48 Veteran facilities nationwide and in Germany. In the process, they have donated over $ 50,000 dollars worth of new equipment for VA and Military hospitals nationwide.

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USMC Vet Jovane Henry with 1941 Ryan PT-22 “Recruit” plane – Photo by April Smith

USMC veteran Jovane Henry, explains her own reason for getting involved:

I was aware that pin-ups have been a mainstay in military culture since WWII. I’d been a model professionally in Tokyo but I’d never done pin-up style posing. Contrary to popular belief, the posing was not overtly sexual by any means. I felt a sense of pride that I was joining a genre of women who had boosted the morale of troops and encouraged them to remember what they were fighting for back home. As a woman veteran, I felt beautiful and empowered in my feminine energy — which isn’t exactly encouraged in a military environment. And as a veteran, it was even more rewarding. There are so many ways to serve the community, and this calendar was just one way for me to give back. The look on the wounded warriors’ faces that we visit is already great, but when they learn that I’m a veteran and we have that instant connection, it’s even better. I am still motivating and supporting my fellow troops, just with red lipstick and without the combat boots!

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Navy Vet Shannon Stacy with 1940 Stearman – Photo by April Smith

In many ways, Shannon Stacy and Jovane Henry and the other terrific Pin-Ups for Vets models — who ranged from Navy Seabee to combat Correspondent and Flight Surgeon — honor the past contributions of Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Jane Russell and Gene Tierney to the military cause. But they also honor our continuing fascination with the 1940s and 1950s. Elise adds, “Retro style is incredibly flattering to the female figure, it accentuates all the best places. The make-up style isn’t that hard to achieve — apart from the clothes, all you need is red lipstick and cat eye liner. Simple, yet so classic.”

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Best TV Of 2013: Weirdos, Oddballs, Veterans And Left-Field Gems

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What a bunch of weirdos.

I’m not speaking specifically about “Orange Is the New Black,” but about my year-end lists in general, which are chock full of glorious, category-avoiding weirdos, strange hybrids, unexpected gems and commercial hits that would have been unlikely or unthinkable a decade ago. This trio of lists, which I’m rolling out this week, represents a collection of shows that are entirely and exuberantly different from each other, and that variety — which encompasses classy traditionalists and odd imports, commercial hits and profound niche shows — makes me very happy.

When I’m not happy, I’m mildly alarmed: It’s obvious that the TV industry is making its most concerted attempt yet to kill the people who cover it. There’s just so damn much TV! In 2014, I would ask that the 8,000 or so outlets now making TV (or whatever it is we’re calling it these days) remember that writers need at least an hour or two of sleep per night. Occasionally.

But even if our DVRs have groaned under the load, it’s hard to complain about the bounty that exploded across our screens this year. Shows arrived from overseas and brought exciting new flavors and styles into the mix. Upstarts like Netflix grabbed a lot of the buzz. So many shows featured complex, interesting women that I’m half-convinced that TV executives have been reading all my favorite feminist writers. They probably aren’t, but as you can see from my list, it’s hard out here for an anti-hero these days. Those messed-up men used to lord over most critics’ top 10 lists, but now they’ve got to compete with women in prison, randy sex researchers, female detectives and Tatiana Maslany, who would rate her own “Top 10 Alter Egos” list if I had the time to write one.

Two of the things I love most about this list are its novelty and breadth. Eight of the shows are new (or new-ish, in the case of “Borgen”). Several originated overseas. One is a miniseries that won’t come back, but did wonderful things with that newly invigorated form. But let’s also spare a thought for grizzled veterans like “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men,” both of which doubled down on their core concepts to great and weird results this year. If nothing else, 2013 was a gift to GIF makers everywhere.

I fully recognize that this list contains some potential fails: It offers little in the way of officially designated comedy (though several of the shows are funny as hell). Is this my revenge on the TV gods who canceled my two favorite half-hour shows, “Happy Endings” and “Enlightened“? Much as I enjoy a bit of petty vengeance, not really. With so much amazing drama around, most of my favorite half-hour shows got pushed onto my upcoming “Best New Shows” and “Best Returning Programs” lists. (At some point, writing reviews will be a thing of the past: My job will consist of compiling lists of things I should or did watch. And then I will be replaced by a robot, which I predict will burn out within a month.)

Broadcast-network shows are also missing from this list, but not because I’m a snoot, I swear! The fact is, a clutch of shows plucked from my next two lists would make a fine top 10 most other years. Shows had to clear an insane bar this year, and I have a whole lot of love for runners-up from the broadcast networks (among them “Sleepy Hollow,” “The Good Wife” and “Scandal“).

In any event, if critics agree on one thing, it’s that it’s simply not possible to be starved for good TV these days. Check out what my esteemed fellow critics have been saying about the year’s best offerings, and I humbly submit my own below. One final note: Unlike many fellow critics, I don’t rank the shows once I come up with my top 10 (which is really a top 12 — shhh, don’t rat me out).

Without further ado, here are my favorite shows of 2013, in alphabetical order.

Borgen,” Link TV/DVD: In a strong year for non-American TV, “Borgen” (which airs on Link TV and finally came out here on DVD in 2013) is in a class by itself. By what wizardry are the back-room machinations of the Danish government made enthralling? I have no idea, but this Danish series lives up to the hype. The writing is crisp and detailed, the personal and the political are blended with exquisite skill, and though the entire cast is strong, I usually emerge from my “Borgen” marathons with but one idea in my head: Why isn’t Sidse Babett Knudsen in everything all the time?

“Breaking Bad,” AMC: How could something so punishing be so great? Well, half of what made “Breaking Bad” was its relentlessness, a function of the unrelenting personality of its supremely narcissistic lead character, Walter White. It doesn’t matter all that much that the last episode of “Breaking Bad” doesn’t rank among the all-time great series finales. What came before was a master class in thrilling, brutal, gut-punch storytelling, with the show’s actors, writers and directors topping their “A” game again and again. No wonder America — a nation obsessed with original sin and reinvention — became obsessed with this show: Walter White was an American Everyman, convinced of his own basic decency and determined that everyone should know of his magnanimous nature. Of course, in Walt’s case, any claim to altruism was a self-serving illusion — something he admitted long after he had poisoned everything and everyone around him. It was impossible to look away from Walt’s lies and the toxic wreckage he created.

Broadchurch,” BBC America: Sometimes the unthinkable happens, and life has to go on — but how? This gripping drama followed the dislocating fallout in a small town after a tragic, unsettling death. Despite the familiar framing device — mismatched cops searching for a killer — “Broadchurch” had a lot to recommend it: The drama easily established a wonderful sense of place, it was expertly paced and it featured stellar performances from David Bradley, David Tennant and Olivia Colman, among others. But, as was the case with “Top of the Lake,” one of the greatest achievements of “Broadchurch” was its ability to limn the awful consequences of a crime against a child without lapsing into grandiosity, exploitation or cheap melodrama. “Broadchurch” worked very well as both a crime thriller and a portrait of disillusionment, and the proposed American adaptation will have to clear a very high bar to justify its existence.

Enlightened,” HBO: The great TV tragedy of 2013 was the cancellation of this aesthetically rigorous and dreamily intelligent show, which challenged viewers to stick with the bundle of contradictions that was Amy Jellicoe (Laura Dern). Tom Scocca’s great recent essay, “On Smarm,” castigates those who would sacrifice real dialogue and productive confrontation in favor of cloying, reductive “civility,” and it’s hard not to think of Jellicoe when reading Scocca’s words. She was not tactful, she was often abrasive and her self-absorption tripped her up time and again, but at least her subversion and drive had a purpose. Sure, it may have been a partially self-serving purpose, but Jellicoe believed in her ideals and didn’t care whom she inconvenienced by pursuing them. “Enlightened” was a gorgeously crafted, compassionate ode to the dreamers, schemers and oddballs who see life not as a game to be won — or a challenge to be avoided by hiding in a corporate cubicle — but an opportunity to be seized. Amy Jellicoe was after, yes, enlightenment, and who are we to say she didn’t find it — and lead others in that direction as well?

Game of Thrones,” HBO: In this sumptuous, well-constructed meditation on the nature of — ah, the hell with it, Brienne fought a bear! I contend she would have won had she not been interrupted, and the entire sensational sequence is reason enough for this saga to be on my “best of” list. What’s so satisfying about this drama is that it doesn’t just execute the epic scenes — the Red Wedding, Daenerys’ diva-esque destruction of the slavers’ city, Jon and Ygritte climbing the Wall, the bear fight — with an enormous visual panache and thematic richness. We know by now that when “Game of Thrones” goes big, it rarely falters. The good news is, every year the show gets better at exploring the painful, intimate moments of self-doubt, the times when these outsiders and interlopers come face to face with their deepest faults, their biggest mistakes and their most well-founded fears. This isn’t a great show because Brienne fought a bear (though, let’s face it, that’s a good enough reason). It’s among TV’s best because Jaime Lannister’s tortured hot tub confession to Brienne — among many other intense moments — was just as mesmerizing.

“Mad Men,” AMC: The further into its run it goes, the weirder and more experimental “Mad Men” gets, which isn’t a bad thing at all. This season, the characters were forced to contend with disorienting and tragic public events, which further loosened their grips on the illusory “good life” they’d all been chasing for so long. Among the many topics that set the Internet debate machine in motion: Just how much therapy will Sally Draper need? Which was the better GIF, Pete Campbell falling down the stairs or Pete Campbell uttering the classic line “Not great, Bob!”? Even if “Mad Men” sometimes goes in circles, few shows provide better company, more worthwhile digressions or more diverting scenery along the way.

Masters of Sex,” Showtime: The word “sex” is in the title, but this bracing, subversive drama is often about something else: Intimacy and the difficulty of finding it consistently on an emotional, social or physical level. “Masters of Sex” isn’t the first show to depict what happened when those ’50s pencil skirts and skinny ties came off, but it’s one of the first to be truly honest about what prevents people, then and now, from expressing their truest selves in the bedroom and elsewhere. Lizzy Caplan, Michael Sheen and Allison Janney were among the cast members who gave wonderfully brave and subtle performances: These actors didn’t just have to take off their clothes, they had to depict what it’s like to be emotionally naked, and there’s no bigger acting challenge.

Orphan Black,” BBC America: Tatiana Maslany’s performance as several different women has justifiably earned a lot of praise for this taut, techno-grime thriller, but the most impressive aspect of what she’s accomplished? She made you forget she was doing it. By the third episode of “Orphan Black,” you weren’t thinking about the brilliant directing and performing that made the clones’ interactions appear seamless, you were just dying for another one of Felix’s bon mots or another sly example of Allison’s soccer-mom obsessiveness. This series, made on the cheap in Canada, serves as an overwhelming rebuke to every crappy, expensive show made in the U.S. this year or any other: The frugal and smart “Orphan Black” combined relevant ideas about biotechnology and body-modification (that tail!), suspenseful storytelling and brilliant lead performances to create a stylish and enjoyable mystery that was the talk of social media for months.

Orange Is the New Black,” Netflix: With a lot of stiff competition for the title, this was without a doubt the year’s best new show. “Orange” started out as something that seemed classifiable — a sly, frisky satire about an upper-middle-class woman forced to do without lattes, organic produce and Pilates. But the show evolved into something far more fascinating and profound: It was a meditation on consequences, a thoughtful examination of the complexity of a vital, evolving community and a sensational showcase for its exceptional cast, who brought to life a host of unforgettable characters (most of them gloriously complicated ladies). I think I speak for all OrFans when I say I can’t wait to spend more time with clones and convicts.

Sundance Channel’s hat trick — “The Returned,” “Top of the Lake” and “Rectify“: Three tightly knit yet secretive towns in three different countries: That was the starting point for these nuanced dramas, each of which examined the effects of disturbing or tragic events involving young people. What these shows had in common were distinctive atmospheres and an unwavering devotion to the small but important moments and personal revelations that resonate deeply in their characters’ souls. “The Returned” functioned extraordinarily well as a creepy thriller and a melancholy meditation on grief; “Top of the Lake” was spectacularly shot by Jane Campion and showcased virtuoso performances from Elisabeth Moss, Peter Mullan, David Wenham and Holly Hunter; and “Rectify’s” sincerity, its contemplative mood and its quiet, detailed portraits of moral and spiritual dilemmas made it one of the year’s most memorable offerings. Not only did the characters from these shows (both the living and the dead) linger in the mind, with these idiosyncratic yet well-crafted dramas, Sundance Channel put itself firmly on the Quality TV map.

Coming soon: My Best New Shows and Best Returning Shows lists.
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