Joanna Schroeder interviews musician Adam Cohen about love, success, and the perilous allure of pursuing fame over art.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant talks to rock legend & sports radio host, Steve Gorman, about life on the road, fatherhood, air-drumming to the Beatles, and puking up tainted Sloppy Joes.
Tom Matlack interviews Nick Flynn, author of “Another Bullshit Night in Suck City” and “The Ticking Is the Bomb.”
After 17 years in prison for eight counts of attempted murder of a police officer, Michael Guglielmo became the country’s most successful bone-marrow recruiter in an effort to save his dying son.
Delaney talks sobriety, why he’s a feminist, honesty, and the finer points of his social network of choice.
L.A. ad wiz Mark Moll is a football-watching, beer-drinking, pickup-hoops-playing guy’s guy who also happens to be a devoted cat owner. Now more than ever, men are proud to call themselves Cat Guys.
After Boston Herald columnist and sports-radio personality Steve Buckley had his “coming-out party”, we talked about the reaction of the Boston sports world, from the fan on the street to the owner of the Patriots.
Keith Dorrington left a lucrative career to pursue his love of film. His documentary about a local boxer’s comeback inspired the award-winning feature film “The Fighter.”
Fresh off the release of his new book Super Rich, hip-hop mogul and entrepreneur Russell Simmons shares the secrets of his success.
The editor in chief of the defunct but highly influential magazine Big Brother Skateboarding talks about abusing his penis, the “Jackass” guys, and his first book, “Boob.”
We catch up with legendary quarterback Doug Flutie to discuss the Capital One Cup, politics, the art of catching a foul ball, and, of course, being a good man.
Dr. Drew Pinsky on treating celebrities, his own struggles with codependency, and being confused with Dr. Phil.
Todd Mauldin, a bluesman and Good Men Project Magazine contributor, gives better advice than most of the celebrities we interview.
Tom Matlack talks manhood, fatherhood, sexuality (and profanity!) with David Kohan.
Poet Michael Schiavo, author of “The Mad Song,” recommends Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “Essays” and “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.”