James Halcomb deconstructs Fox’s new crime drama.
From Wayne’s World to The Big Lebowski to Tombstone to Swingers, Michael Kasdan goes to the movies to explore male friendships, wingmen, sidekicks, and partners In crime.
Michael Kasdan found the let-it-all-hang-out joy of this video contagious, and was dancing in his chair. You will too. So dance like nobody’s watching. Or, you know, everybody.
The star of The Office and Parks and Rec speaks about why finding “the one” is depressing, equality in relationships, and about letting go.
Josh Bowman and Joanna Schroeder got all nostalgic and came up with a list of some classic comedies that still work today, and a few that are firmly stuck in the 80s.
Jamie Reidy smacks down the Good Men Project founder’s argument that men should be allowed to wear dresses to the Academy Awards.
You are aware that there is an invention called television–and on this invention they show shows, right? Well, sometimes those shows feature good men.
Is there ever a justification for telling a bloke he’s “not a man”?
Indonesia’s national moratorium protecting some of its forests shows the country is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but Dr. Anthony Horton says there’s room for more improvement.
Bullying in schools is a subject that is talked about a lot. One of the quieter areas of discussion and research is the experience of parents whose child is responsible for harassing and victimising others.
Earth Strength, where walking to get water is a daily pilgrimage.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book about food, family, and Morris Wizenberg’s father.
Get ready for your close up!
Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Keechum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising
We’re on a planet that breathes, pulsing with water and soil and love. We’re on a planet that cradles life without demand, turn after turn … We’re on a planet that is running out: out of water, out of air, out of time.
We invest a lot in preparing women for motherhood. Men deserve the same joy and engagement preparing for their roles.
The bullying isn’t the only thing that will be with you for life — the strength, wisdom, and resilience you’ve learned are forever too.
What you already know could change your life… but it probably won’t, because you like being comfortable too much.
This graduation speaker left Al DeLuise in tears—of laughter.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.