Being a Winner or a SportsmanMy sons love their bikes and Hot Wheels—anything that moves really. My younger son, in particular, is a car fanatic. The boy can name makes of cars from far away. He recently said he wants a Tesla. He’s three.Along with his penchant for motors is a competitive streak. Bike riding…
Gentlemen in TrainingThe Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 9The holidays mean food. Lots of it. Hot chocolate. Cookies. Big meals. You name it. We’ve been binging, no doubt, and my wife and I have let our sons indulge right along with us. We’ve also been trying to teach them to be…
Gentlemen in TrainingThe Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 5Raising toddlers, you quickly learn which fights need fighting. Consistent bed times and teeth brushing? A big yes. Putting toys away? A struggle, but worth it. Hot Wheels at the dinner table? Okay, just let them. Taking them away is not worth the…
Tor Constantino shares 3 critical things he tells his kids that his own father never told him.
James Stafford learned the secret to being a good citizen as a little boy. You probably did, too.
Meet Jacob, a Lamborghini fanatic whose only wish for his seventh birthday was to take a ride in one of the luxury cars.
How does St. Nick relax? He rents a Corvette.
On the application of Hot Wheels to the global economy.
SUV somehow fails to note the giant orange diamonds alerting motorists to a giant heat buckle in the highway and gets some pretty serious air.
Two drivers managed to make it through a 6 story-double loop and then a gap jump—just like your favorite Hot Wheels set from when you were a kid.
McDonald’s tries to fix the economy, Jon Stewart isn’t happy with Obama, and Haiti has a new pop-star president.