Brandy Pettigrew’s whole family watches AMC’s zombiefest. Why? For the good men, of course.
After the trauma of “The Grove” we get a small reprieve and Alex Yarde reviews “Us” before the season finale.
The machine of capitalism is hungry. Are you willing to stop feeding it, at least for a little bit? Doug Zeigler ponders valuing things over presence.
Do you suffer from Vitamin J Deficiency? Jacob Nordby lists the symptoms and explains why this could be much worse than a zombie attack.
Joanna Schroeder was chastised for posting Walking Dead spoilers on Twitter after the show aired… And she’s none too pleased about it.
Dan Coxon prepares his children for their post-apocalyptic future with advice from the AMC hit TV show, ‘The Walking Dead.’
Walking Dead writer Jay Bonansinga tells us The Good Men Project about what to expect this season, and about the release of his new novel.
Sean Beaudoin compiles the dozen best people of the year—drawn from the avalanche of overall excellence we experienced as a culture. Also, their less impressive counterparts.
Sean Beaudoin asserts that while zombies may be indicative of the subconscious fears we all have about a planet that soon will no longer be able to accommodate us all.
Some of our favorite shows return this fall, including The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy and Breaking Bad, as well as promising new ones. What are you most looking forward to watching?
To mark Halloween, here’s a poem from Stephen Scott Whitaker about a costume–a costume that is both funny and indicative of how gender affects interactions.
Halloween. It’s not just candy handouts. There’ s also the pressure of coming up with a great costume. Here’s a hint: ditch the Ray Rice costumes and instead look to the NFL’s good guys.
Danny Baker would like to remind you that mental illness is minimally spoken about, so a lot of people haven’t been educated about it—and as a result, a lot of people don’t understand it.
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The advice from a father to a daughter can never be underestimated in its importance. Tim Jordan, M.D. shows us how to give messages of success.
Baby Heath thinks his daddy’s cough is just about the funniest thing ever, and we think baby Heath has the most infectious laugh on the planet!
Damon Young is surprised and disappointed at many men’s reactions to the Hollaback! video. Haven’t they listened when women have told them about being afraid?
Prosperity in America rises and falls with the middle class. Making higher education affordable and refinancing crushing student loan debt, will grow the economy for all.
On the heels of the viral ’10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman’ video, Funny or Die brings us ’10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Man’
Lesson #229: Think before you “hide” the Halloween Candy.
Weird Al’s first album to be #1 in the US, and it may be his last.
Tor Constantino offers this guide as a public service to all men who get stuck eating the misfit Halloween candy their kids don’t want—life’s too short to eat bad candy.
A young man’s cry for help for boys who self-harm.
I love regular house cats, but there isn’t a force on earth that could get me within 100 feet of a free lion or tiger. How big would a rabbit have to get before we stopped seeing something adorable and instead saw something to run away from?
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
Using Membership Rewards® from American Express, my family can experience a whole lot of things that might have otherwise been out of reach.
This father is an entrepreneur at heart, but that isn’t the only reason he wants to teach his son to run a business. He believes it’s what men need to teach their sons in this economy.
Sometimes it takes a few swear words and threat of bodily harm from a good friend to allow gratitude in.
Any chance I have to get out into the trees turns me into a total nature dork.