Brunch With Richard Press

One of the true pleasures of running a site such as Off the Cuff is the opportunity afforded to us of meeting some truly remarkable people.  Amazingly enough, many of our most interesting friends sought out OTC, not the other way around. Such was the case with Richard Press.  Richard, former CEO of the iconic … [Read more…]

Tennis Turns To Fashion Week

OTC’s trip to New York City, with the plan of covering back stage access to the US Open Women’s Final hit its first bump before the plane even left. We sat on the runway for more than two and a half hours because of “weather issues” at LaGuardia.  Typically, these assertions can mean anything – … [Read more…]

Alpha Khakis and the US Open

We are actually combining two things here: a product review and collaboration announcement.  It’s all about Docker’s Alpha Khakis and US Open tennis. OTC is excited to announce that we will be covering the women’s final match of the US Open this coming Saturday.  OTC is partnering with American Express to give our readers a … [Read more…]

OTC Heads to Nantucket (Brand Roundup)

Last month, the OTC crew loaded up and decamped to the wonderful island of Nantucket.  Apart from being the advertizing byword of preppy lifestyle brands, it is also place rich in history and the default vacation destination for generations of New Englanders. Nantucket is a laid back home to several thousand year-round residents and temporary … [Read more…]

2012 Resolution: Travel with Style

As with so many things these days, nostalgia for a perceived, more elegant and refined past is manifold.  This holds true not only for how we dress, but also how we live and get around. Traveling, whether for business or pleasure, can be a stressful endeavor.  And the desire to return to a time of … [Read more…]

OTC Goes Blogsy

Off the Cuff is going iPad mobile with Blogsy, the new iPad-based blogging app. Now, we’ll be able to post and update away from OTC central. How exciting…..posted from my iPad.

OTC in Boston & Harpoon Brewery

I was in Boston this week for meetings and had a chance to check out some of my old stomping grounds.  I am a proud graduate of Northeastern University and actually lived in this outstanding city for nearly eight years. It’s a great town that keeps getting better.  One of the best parts of the … [Read more…]