Boston combats skin cancer with new, free sunscreen dispensers — at no cost to taxpayers, either.
Shawn Henfling explores the archaic and barbaric practice of capital punishment in the United States.
Coming off the Yankees vs. Red Sox opening series of 2015, a Red Sox fan and Yankee fan ponder the state of the rivalry.
Writer and teacher Jane Wohl tries to come to terms with the Boston Marathon Bombing in this elegaic poem.
Gary Almeter did not expect to fall for with Boston. One year after a great tragedy, he writes a love letter to his former city.
A lifelong resident of Boston, Liam Day reflects on his city’s resiliency in the face of terror and the need to wrestle with the questions the bombings raise.
Dan Szczesny sees kids who are in awe of nature from the very start, and does all he can to ignite that passion rather than dampen it.
Two Boston firefighters rescued a frightened little girl trapped in a elevator by singing Disney’s “Let It Go” until she was calm enough to climb out with her family.
On his late father’s birthday, a dad ponders on what he’s learned from his father. He looks at his kids, and suddenly, he knows. — It’s my dad’s birthday today. He’d have been[Read More…]
Take notice world, “real men” are human and express actual emotions, including fear.
Her husband is reawakening and chasing his dreams. Here’s how she’s supporting him and what she’s learned. — My husband is in the middle of a reawakening of sorts. And it’s totally my fault. You see,[Read More…]
Instead of focusing on how the light shines on you, focus on how it shines on someone else instead.
Eric Moody gives us an updated definition of masculinity.
After becoming a self-professed environmentalist at 20, Vinodh Valluri changed his shaving habits so he could feel more accountable to the planet.
An unwanted connection with a taxi driver reminds Ade Adeniji of the human connection that happens when we allow ourselves to be seen.
Baby boy in the burbs is wheeling and dealing.
Even if your goals seem out of reach, stay motivated with these five strategies. — We’ve already reached the middle of the year. Did you follow through with your New Year’s resolutions? Have you lost the[Read More…]
“Reverse every natural instinct and do the opposite of what you are inclined to do, and you will probably come very close to having a perfect golf swing.” –Ben Hogan ♦◊♦ The Good Men Project’s[Read More…]
#26. I want to believe that humanity understands we’re all connected.
During the honeymoon phase, all you think about is your love. Over time, life happens, and every guy has a decision to make.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?