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OK, Clinton, I got one for ya: The other day at work I took some heat from my co workers for wearing red socks with my outfit. Here is the visual you make the call if I am in the wrong:

Blue and red striped polo shirt. Khaki pants.

My thought was that the stripes on the shirt matched the socks. The watch topped it off and complemented the outfit. I was told I looked like Spider Man. What are the rules for socks? Should they match the shirt, the pants or the shoes?

JOE S., CHICAGO

I think your outfit sounds perfect if you’re a cartoon character. Your co workers say Spider Man, I say Linus from Peanuts. Whatever.

Joe, my friend, I’ve spent the last five years of my life begging women not to be so matchy matchy. What on Earth makes you think I’d hold men to a lower standard?

Here’s the general “rule” for men’s hosiery: Your socks should match your trousers, not your shoes, and definitely not your shirt and watch. So, when you wear gray slacks and a black shoe, you should wear a gray sock. When you wear navy slacks with a brown shoe, you wear navy socks.

Make sense? Good. Now I’m going to confuse you.

Exceptions to this rule include: socks with jeans, socks with khakis, athletic socks and colored socks.

When wearing jeans, you should match the sock to the shoe, not the jeans. A blue sock looks weird with denim.

Khakis pose another problem, because khaki socks are hard to find and I’m not sure I would suggest you wear them anyway, as they might look too much like old ladies’ suntan hose. So, just wear something in the brown family.

“But,” you exclaim, “I was wearing black shoes!” Well, you can mix black and brown. They’re both neutrals. Or you could wear brown shoes, which I think look better with khakis anyway. (FYI: Every once in a while, I’ll wear my khakis flat front, of course with black loafers, sans socks. Cop out or chic solution? You be the judge.)

Now, here’s one that may sound obvious, but apparently not to my grandfather: Sneakers must always be paired with athletic socks. No exceptions!

And that leaves the topic of colored socks, and I’ll include argyle in this category. Sometimes a man will want to make a style statement and add a little bit of interest to his outfit by way of some color or pattern ’round his ankles. And that’s cool. But don’t match a color from elsewhere in your ensemble unless you’re a master level dandy.

Regular guys are better off keeping the rest of their clothes neutral or toned down: perhaps a white shirt, khaki pants, brown shoes and belt, and then Kapow! a red sock comes out of nowhere, like a roundhouse kick from Spidey himself.
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The event will start with registration and breakfast at and conclude with a spa/tappas dinner by David Armstrong of Cater 2 U with a variety of events, including:

INSIDE OUT Fitness Sessions Loree Pankewicz of Studio 24, one of the area’s Pilates, Yoga and Booty Barre instructor. Following this food demonstration, lunch will be served using the recipes prepared during Fisher’s food demonstration. Fisher’s website offers free recipes and information on eating a health promoting, plant based diet free of added salt, oil and sugar. She is also a cooking instructor at True North Health Center and The McDougall Program, both located in Santa Rosa, Calif.

“Women’s wellness involves more than just exercise, more than just eating. It starts from the inside, with a positive healthy attitude about oneself and one’s value. This weekend is about the whole packagebeginning the journey to a better you from the inside out,” said Renee DiSalvo,
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“We are thrilled to offer this fantastic opportunity for women to recharge their battery without having to travel outside of Valley before the hectic holiday season begins,” said Wanda Huberman, coordinator of the event. “We appreciate The National Health Association for sponsoring this retreat which really helped us to keep the cost down.”

Class is limited to the first 40 RSVP’s so attendees can receive plenty of personal attention and information. Attendees will want to bring a mat, as well as clothing and shoes for outside hiking.

The cost for the retreat, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, a cooking demonstration, as well as classes by Loree, is $95 per person. Payment of 50 percent to hold your spot is due by Oct. 5 and should be made out to Wanda Huberman, 4620 Euclid Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio. For more information,
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Save the date! The “Around the Corner with John McGivern” Viroqua episode launch party will be held at the Historic Temple Theatre Jan.

Produced by Milwaukee Public Television, the series “Around the Corner with John McGivern” features Emmy Award winning actor John McGivern as he visits various communities throughout Wisconsin, and profiles the unique people who live and work there. And, they are on their way to Viroqua again to celebrate the Viroqua episode.

McGivern stated that the Viroqua episode was one of his most fun and interesting to produce. The Viroqua episode features Sleepy Hollow Auto, Driftless Caf, Jaali’s Dollies, Kickapoo Valley Ranch and Guest Cabins, Ewetopia, Driftless Caf, B E’s Trees, Mayor Fanta, Second Cloud on the Left Farm, Bon Ton, and a few other Viroqua stand up interviews. Guests will get to preview the episode, purchase advanced copies of the episode, and meet McGivern, Lois Mauer and his crew. There is no fee for entry.

“‘Around the Corner with John McGivern’ is Milwaukee Public Television’s most successful series ever,” said Maurer, series producer and director for MPTV. “On Thursday nights our ratings rival that of commercial stations, and it does so consistently throughout the country. Thursday night is local programming on PBS, and our show gets the highest national ratings nearly every week.”

Beginning its seventh season, McGivern and Maurer are already planning for next year. Their dream was to do the show for 10 years. Thanks to its popularity and interest in Wisconsin, they are now aiming to keep it going for 20.

“When we started ‘Around the Corner,’ we had a whole different idea as to what this was going to be,” McGivern explained. “We thought we would inspire everybody with a sense of community. We soon learned that we were idiots to think this. We did not inspire anyone, because they already love and are passionate about their community. All we had to do was just show people and celebrate their commitment.”

McGivern and Maurer began working together about eight years ago, on small projects like the Circus Parade. Because they had so much fun together, Maurer decided to find a way they could do so every day.

“We came up with this show so that we could work together more,” Maurer said. “And our continued success is due to John and the concept, which is community. Who doesn’t love their community? There is such amazing community pride in Wisconsin. So, we combined those two things and it’s a winning formula.”

Unlike “Discover Wisconsin,” which uses a pay to play model, those featured on “Around the Corner” cannot buy their way onto the show. As public television, the program’s production staff of twelve can pick where they want to go and who they want to talk to because it is of interest to them. The process is not scientific, but remains a hit with the audience who crave having their community featured in a future episode.

“I am proud that our program showcases Wisconsin. All positive, all the time,” Maurer said. “Some of the episodes that end up being the most exciting and successful for me are the places I never heard of before.”

McGivern said he is not worried about running out of places to cover.”As long as people live on a corner, we’re going to be there.” The Viroqua episode airs Feb. 8.

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Contact Us,Friday’s opening shoe post was mostly about my own experiences with kitchen footwear. Today we find out what Miami’s real chefs wear when they’re working and why.

Michelle Bernstein, Michy’s, Sra. Martinez: Clogs, as they not only help me from falling on my back side but they also give me those couple inches of height I need to reach the pans.

Giancarla Bodoni, Escopazzo: I wear Dansko clogs. I’ve had them for years and they’re really comfortable. And durable they last a long time.

Jonathan Eismann, Pacific Time, Q/Fin, Pizzavolante: From age twenty to forty I wore the black Sears Die Hard like policeman shoes. After awhile my feet started to ache so much I went to lighter shoes, which became sneakers. Then I tried the Birkenstock clog thing, which has never worked for me I always feel as though I’m going to fall out of my shoes. So I’m back to sneakers, but I change my shoes like three times a day. I can’t walk around twelve, fifteen hours in the same shoes anymore; it hurts my knees. Right now, as we speak, I’m in Pumas.

Sam Gorenstein, BLT Steak: Clogs. I love the fact that they are backless, let’s you move your feet freely. They have to be soft leather. White in color to match chef jacket, which keeps you looking sharp and elegant.

Jan Jorgensen,
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Two Chefs: Clogs. When I started (in Denmark) it was mandatory, because of unions and all, to wear clogs in the food service industry. Back then they were made out of wood, with soles made from car tires so you can’t slide on them. They’re good for your back; at least that’s what we were told.

Dewey LoSasso, The Forge: Dansko. I like the close heeled clogs. If I’m running after a waiter to kill him, I don’t want my shoes falling off. Seriously though, you have to take care of your feet. When I was 18 or 19 I used to do the Sears Die Hards. They had a lifetime warranty, so every year I’d return them. But they got rid of that (deal).

Michael Schwartz, Allen Susser, Norman Van Aken and others weigh in after the jump and they don’t all wear clogs!

Michael Schwartz, Michael’s Genuine Food Drink: I’m

a Birkenstock guy. Not these, because

they’re kind of expensive, but even the Birkenstock clogs, the plastic

ones (called “professional” clogs). I don’t let people wear sneakers in the kitchen. They slip all over the place.

Justin Van Aken, Norman’s 180: Keen’s. The design allows for a long day.

Norman Van Aken, Norman’s at The Ritz Carlton Orlando, Norman’s 180: I wear a shoe called “”. It keeps my feet from breaking. Many years of trodding the boards brought me to them.
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“I told Bob (Edmundson) there was no way we could miss it, especially because I was on the committee,” said Kathleen, who serves the theater as a volunteer. “I’m glad I got to help because Le Petit is just so important to the French Quarter and the cultural life of the city.”

The Edmundsons live on St. Philip Street in a quiet section of the French Quarter. Their home is an 1830s Creole cottage with a two story accessory building in the rear, separated from the main house by a bricked courtyard. The property originally was purchased by Bob’s mother, Elizabeth, in 1986. After she moved to a larger place on Dauphine Street, the St. Philip Street cottage became Bob’s roost.

At 2,400 square feet, the main house is large enough to be comfortable but small enough to feel cozy. The extra 750 square feet in the guesthouse offers friends and family gracious guest quarters and plenty of privacy. The brick courtyard between the two buildings serves as an outdoor room, outfitted with a fountain and interesting pottery. Elizabeth Edmundson brought the statue in the fountain back to New Orleans after her trip around the world in 1963.

It also was the family matriarch who was still going to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival when she was 98 who introduced Bob to Le Petit when he was a young boy.

“My mother is now 101 and still devoted to New Orleans culture,” Bob said. “She supported Le Petit, and I used to go to plays there with her and to the opera. ”

Given Bob’s many interests which include acting, music, polo, sailing and rugby and expansive personality, he has collected a wide ranging cadre of friends who come from around the world to visit him and Kathleen at their French Quarter home. That’s the reason that the cottage has earned the nickname “Bob’s Bed and Breakfast.”

“We have a constant stream of guests some of them we hardly see because they have their privacy and we have ours,” Bob said. “I had stationery made with that name on it and the motto ‘Long on Bed, Short on Breakfast.'”

Over the course of the nine years that have passed since Bob and Kathleen met on a blind date, the two have worked together to update the house and guest quarters.

“We completely renovated the upstairs of this house so that there are now two bedrooms and baths,” Kathleensaid. “We also renovated the upstairs in the guesthouse and exposed a lot of the brick walls.”

But a house for entertaining must have a commodious kitchen, ample bar space and pleasant powder room, a truth that sparked a major overhaul of the rear rooms on the left side of the first floor.

“The kitchen dated to the early 1960s and needed a lot of work,” Bob said. “I worked with architect John Williams on that project and the renovation of the upstairs bedrooms.”

An unusual feature of the kitchen is its 40 inch high countertops, a condition that Bob discovered when he first started living there.

“The house was purchased from the Reising family the French bread people and the explanation that we heard was that Mrs. Reising was very tall,” Bob said. “Over time, I became used to them at that height and discovered that I like them a lot better than the standard ones.”

The kitchen’s Wolf range is set at the same raised height, prompting Kathleen to tease Bob that she can barely reach to stir a pot of red beans and rice, even in her signature heels. The kitchen was due to be completed in time for a Jazz Fest party but, true to renovation logic, was behind schedule.

“We were cutting stone for the bar out on the sidewalk and nailing drawer fronts to the base cabinets to make it look like they were installed,” Bob said. “No one noticed.”

A Baccarat crystal chandelier hangs above the kitchen island, which is topped with soapstone. In the powder room, a window looks out at the brick wall of the building next door, prompting Bob to search high and low for some sort of ornament to hang on the wall to serve as a focal point.

“I went to an ironwork shop out on Airline Highway and they let me go dig around in some of their surplus works,” he said. “I went all the way to the back and found an elaborate piece of iron left over from the restoration of the Cabildo.” Panes in the bottom sash of the powder room window are etched in a pattern mimicking that of the ironwork on the wall.

Built in shelves in the living room display a varied collection of books, photos, artworks and Muses shoes. Early works by Clementine Hunter can be found near the piano, and paintings by Charles Whitfield Richards appear in the dining room.

More than a dozen black and white large format cartoons by John Churchill Chase hang on the wall in the breakfast area.

“Chase was the editorial cartoonist at the States Item. All of the drawings are originals from about 1955, and they are all political satire,” Bobsaid. “If you take the time to read them, you realize how little has changed politically in the last 60 years. Plus change.”

Another thing that hasn’t changed is the excitement that Bob and Kathleen feel about Le Petit’s theatrical offerings, especially during this 100th anniversary year.

“We love going to the plays and always take our out of town guests whenever they’re here opening weekend. We make a night of it have dinner at Tableau and go to the play,” Kathleen said. “Sometimes we walk from our house, but every now and then, we take a pedicab it makes for quite a festive entrance to the event.”.
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Bo was a sheet metal worker by trade and worked for Finsteads for a number of years. He was an avid fisherman, which is why he was able to start his first business “Bo’s Anchor Release.” He received a patent on it in September 1981. He has been lucky enough to ship them all over the world. The last number stamped on his anchor release system was 17,615. He was also a bird watcher, which is why he started his second business of “Hummer’s Heated Delight” in January 2013. He loved his hummingbirds.

If there is a way to describe Bo, it would be that he was an amazing individual. He would stop what he was doing to help anyone else out anytime. He guaranteed all of his products one of the main reasons his businesses were so successful. If you asked him about his biggest achievement, he would tell you that it was his family. He believed that he was the most spoiled man alive. He always commented on how happy he was. He never complained. He always felt blessed and he had the biggest heart. He was an incredible role model for everyone he came into contact with. His shoes will be impossible to fill.

Bo is survived by his wife, Sharon; his son, Steve Wacken; daughters, Teresa DeVaney and Michelle Fisher; siblings, Vern, Don and James “Tim” Bolen,
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