Every screenwriter knows the protagonist hits his lowest point at the end of act two and then rises from the ashes to emerge victorious.
Ian Edwards is honestly funny and funny, honestly. He talks to The Good Men Project’s Josh Bowman about his life, comedy and a refusal to be pigeonholed.
One grunge rock anthem reveals the connections and disconnections between two brothers.
Making a list and checking it twice? Is it “naughty or nice” or “girl toys and boy toys”? Laci Green breaks down a big problem with the holiday season.
During the 1950s, the scientist was the hero of our movies, saving us from space aliens and mutant insects. Why have our collective goals shifted away from educated men as role models?
The writer once wrote about hip-hop. In this piece, we look back at how he strongly felt about MTV’s drift from hip-hop programing.
N.C. Harrison examines a sitcom in which the father figure isn’t portrayed as a bumbling doofus.
Drumming in the snow, drumming night and day, playing different grooves and fills along the way. Bells on cymbals ring, making spirits bright, oh what fun is to play the drums all day and night!
Hard rock legends strip it down for new album.
Does Pat Brothwell’s guilty pleasures playlist match yours?
James Stafford, the Good Men Project’s new Arts and Entertainment editor, wants to read your stories.
Kate Conway is sick of all the studies about how often men think about sex, and wonders, does it even matter?