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Mustached Americans are creatures of habit and Dale Irby of Dallas is no exception. Indeed, the Prestonwood Elementary School physical education teacher wore the same polyester shirt and brown knit sweater vest for the past 40 years of yearbook photos. You’re welcome.
On Friday, July 12, 2013, the Pittsburgh City Council and the American Mustache Institute (AMI) will make a joint announcement that is expected to significantly impact the economic development and cultural fabric of Pittsburgh. It is perhaps the most important Pittsburgh news story since Terry Bradshaw announced that Verne Lundquist would induct him into the [...]
Perhaps the Mustached American community had not been paying as much attention to hockey as it should, but it was clear last night that TD Garden was a facial hair festival of good looks and sexually dynamic fervor. Indeed, everywhere the television cameras turned, there were mutton chops, neck beards, hunting beards, playoff bears, and [...]
It was June 8 and something was amiss in Lincoln, Nebraska as University of Nebraska Husker football was not the talk of the town. Instead, it was The Mustache Open. Indeed, Lincoln is the birthplace of the world’s most prestigious golf tour in the history of golf tours — and it deserves its day in [...]
For better or worse, the music has changed drastically over the past three decades. From vinyl to 8-track to cassette to CD; from record stores to Napster to iTunes; from full albums to singles. Indeed, today’s music scene in no way resembles what it looked like 30 years ago. Which brings us to John Oates, [...]
The Mustached American community knows and deeply respects John Oates. After all, he dept the sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle alive in the 1980s, we’ve interviewed him about his epic career and rugged good looks, he played at ‘Stache Bash 2009 in St. Louis, and he continues to wax poetic about our way of life. [...]
It’s not a hard question to answer, is it? Rugged good looks, cold beer, more rugged good looks, motorized golf carts, handsomeness, metal clubs. Golf with a mustache is like dwarfism and pornography. Why Attend The Mustache Open ? from Flowing Camera on Vimeo.
This past weekend, thousands gathered at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., to witness the kickoff of the 2013 Mustache Open Golf Tour. In the golf mecca of the world — even in the absence of former Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher and Robert Goulet Memorial Mustache American of the Year Clay Zavada — the mustache [...]
As we all know, the moustache is essential, and essentially the key to manly and manageable facial hair in this modern day. Many say the beard is the king of facial hair, but a beard without a moustache is missing something, and there are few who would deny that the handlebar moustache is a Crown [...]
Today the actor Laurence Tureaud, best known as Mr. T and perhaps one of the greatest people of Mustached American heritage in history, turns 61. Throughout his brilliant lifetime he’s been an award-winning Army drill sergeant, participated in in NBC’s “America’s Toughest Bouncer,” worked as a bodyguard, taught us how to wear jewelry, had his own cartoon [...]