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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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Inside: GQ x Northern Grade Pop-Up Shop

Northern Grade - the name in men's pop-up shops - recently teamed up with the style mavens over at GQ to host a shop filled with limited-edition gear, some kickass brands, and lots more over in Brooklyn. We perused the goods so you could check out what it was like. You can even snag a small selection of the products ... continue reading
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Heritage: Andrew Brodrick

Since I couldn’t choose my wife, kids or my French Bulldog, I choose my latest surfboard, which I received from our marketing director’s husband, Florian Saylor, who is a shaper in Los Angeles. The purpose in starting Freenote was to create an apparel company with a heartbeat where we all know exactly where the ... continue reading
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Heritage: Joe Sadler

This is a 1938 Gibson Mastertone passed down from my father last year with a case that has been covered in Bill Monroe Bluegrass stickers and tickets since the mid 70's. My mother actually went into labor with me while they were at the show in 1979. I used to sit in the case listening to my parents jam at house parties ... continue reading
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Web’s Best: Recipes with Tater Tots

We might not go to Napoleon Dynamite lengths and stash extra tots in our pocket, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love the little fried potato nuggets any less. Like most human beings, we normally eat them as a side or a snack, but there’s a whole other world of tater tot usability out there that we have just started exploring: Tater tots as an ingredient. Here are the best recipes you can cook up with your pocket of tots. ... continue reading
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8 New Apps You Should Know

Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a diamond in the rough, check out some of these. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure. Minibar Delivery - iTunes Themer - GooglePlay Sooshi - iTunes PolyFauna - iTunes ... continue reading
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Heritage: Eric Singer

My whole life growing up as a maker of things, I never really followed any rules or learned the right way of doing something. I would pick up a tool and not know what it was or what it was for, although I’d still use it in whatever way I could. This old chisel set handed down to me by my friends’ grandfather was ... continue reading
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Heritage: Johnathan Ward

About twenty years ago I was at a car show and a vendor had one of these. I thought it was the coolest thing ever, but alas…. I was broke. It haunted me for years and once the internet became a resource, I started researching and learned a bit about it. Turns out that this German company made fleet truck chassis, ... continue reading
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Current Obsession: Rock Band Logos

It was usually around 10 minutes into class when your teacher started waxing poetic on the Pythagorean theorem that you started sketching rock band logos in your notebook. Suddenly the bell would ring and you’d realize you listened to absolutely nothing during class and had a composition book full of doodles. Ah, ... continue reading
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Everyday Carry: 1960s

The 1960s were a time of change, confusion, and upheaval. The style and accessories guys carried reflected this sense of revolt. Marked by war and loss, personal style seemed to fight back. Here’s some of that gear. ... continue reading
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Heritage: Paul Cunningham

Growing up in Cooperstown, NY, all I ever wanted to be was a baseball player. Players will say you never master the game. To play it well requires confidence earned through repetition, and trust in your tools. As a young ball player, the tool that I needed was the Rawlings PRO-T, Fastback Trapeze outfielders glove. ... continue reading
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