Golden Years: Richard Press To Speak At Mory’s


11 Comments on "Golden Years: Richard Press To Speak At Mory’s"

  1. will this be recorded and made available to those of us who live, say, in Texas?

  2. I agree with Robert. Surely it should be worth preserving and sharing to those of us who live out of the area.

  3. Philly Trad | October 10, 2013 at 9:42 am |

    and those of us who live in Europe.

  4. Please do record and make available to all!

  5. Ironchefsakai | October 10, 2013 at 10:34 am |

    I wish I could come, but $45 is a little much for my meager stipend.

  6. If I lived closer to NH I would go to this event, Mr Press & Mory’s would be more old tradition than I could resist. Been to Mory’s twice[dinner in 2004 & 2007-before the recent renovations] and throughly enjoyed it.

  7. Foster Frost | October 10, 2013 at 11:48 am |

    Must one be a member to attend?

  8. Mory’s will accept phone reservations from non member Ivy Stylers at phone listed in post.

  9. James Redhouse | October 10, 2013 at 11:52 pm |

    “İIn Defense of Tradition”
    What a great title!

  10. A.E.W. Mason | October 11, 2013 at 8:51 pm |

    I’m sorry I won’t be able to attend; I would love to hear Mr. Press speak.

  11. I’ll be eager to hear more, particularly how “the golden years” is defined.

    The more I think about it, the more I think Christian was right. I might extend it to 1968 or ’69, but I’m inclined to understand “Ivy” according to the Heyday offerings: basically the 60s.

    While it may be true that a few Heyday-inspired offerings (think Black Fleece) are ridiculously short and narrow, I think it’s true that most men wear pants and jackets that are too long, and ties that are too wide. IF New York professionals are any indication, that is.

    There’s an Ivy Golden Mean. One knows it when one sees it. In more than one way, three is, yet again, the magic number.

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