A Dad Calls For Taking Back the Table in Support of Family Relationships

B.K. Mullen supports the #TakeBackTheTable movement to establish more social time for families. Here is why.

Sacred Archetypes of Modern Masculinity: The Trickster

In all things, take amusement and laugh because it may not matter tomorrow, and you will be the wise fool.

Why Childhood Friends are the Best

Being shifted from one place to another, I never had the luxury of having the same set of friends all through my little journey of passion-crazy life. The consequences had their negatives and positives.

Fans of All Ages Showed up for Wizard World Sacramento

Jay Snook attended this year’s Wizard World in Sacramento, and it was one for the record books This years’s Wizard World Comic Con has come and gone in Sacramento, and man was there so much to see and do for fans of all ages. I had the chance to be there all three days, and […]

Dads Cookin’ With Kids; Mike Adamick’s Pasta Alla Carbonara

Dad’s Book of Awesome Recipe’s Author Shares Flavor

A Sunday Walk with Father

Todd Davis draws tight parallels between the world of trees and the world of humans.

How to Maintain Friendships Through Challenging Times

Holding onto friendships can be hard, especially during transitions, and especially for men. Wellcast a 4-step method for staying bonded.

Is the NFL’s Culture of Violence Causing a Crisis of American Masculinity?

Is what’s happening in the NFL causing a crisis of identity in the American male?


A day in the forest and a shared moment of wonderment bring a father and his teenaged son together.

Sunday Morning Chocolate

Pepper Trail presents a touching slice-of-life in this jewel of a poem.

How far will she go? Can your wife be your best friend and should she be?

Steven Lake examines the crazy idea that your wife could be your best fiend . . . I mean friend.

Fathers, Sons, and Lots of People in Costumes Turn Out For Wizard World Sacramento

Jay Snook walked the aisles at this year’s Wizard World, and man did he see some sights.

8 Cliches I Love About You

Lady Chatterly loves her papa bear. Too cliché? Too bad.

The Day My Love for My Daughter Became Real

Tom Burns remembers the exact moment he started loving his daughter as a person rather than as an ideal

When Sons Ask Dads to Play (and Why Dads Should Play Anyway)

Graham Scott on the miracles lurking behind ‘Can you play?’

On Dads and Distances

Mike Fiorito bridges the distance between his son, himself and his father with stories and art.