When you sit down to watch a movie, a lot of the time you want to veg out and give your brain a little rest (see: Every Michael Bay movie). On the rare occasion you want to give your noggin a little workout, here are 12 films that will kick it into overdrive. Each is brilliant but confusing. Prepare to have your mind ... continue reading
You don't come across many casual motorcycle fans. If you're in, you're all in. The One Motorcycle Show Volumes 1 & 2 celebrate a little of this greasy passion. Started in 2010 as a grassroots motorcycle show, the concept was for riders to bring that one bike that had a true story behind it. In the first two volumes ... continue reading
Most dress shirts are incredibly uncomfortable and require lots of upkeep. Not the case with Ministry of Supply's new Gemini Dress Shirt. Featuring 2-way stretch material design, the shirt is made for your body in motion. And thanks to a custom fabric blend that combines the temperature regulating PCM from their Apollo shirt and some traditionally structured cotton, you won't feel stuffy and sweaty wearing it. It's also incredibly easy to care for—there's no dry cleaning or ironing necessary, and wrinkles come out as you wear it. You can look better, feel better, and ditch the standard dress shirt hassle. ... check it out
Nothing against Fodor's or TripAdvisor, but sometimes we want a travel guide that isn't so focused on museums, churches, and where to buy locally-made wicker. 101 Places to Get F*cked Up Before You Die is your booze-heavy guidebook and party bucket list in one. And while it sounds all fun and games (and it is), the ... continue reading
Phaidon publishes the kinds of books your coffee table is begging for, and right now you can save a ridiculous 75% on some of those titles. We picked out a bunch we dig for you to consider. We'd recommend ordering them as soon as you can since the sale only lasts a week and supplies are limited. Your coffee table will ... continue reading
Long before you could access music on your phone, 78rpm records ruled the world. Now those 10" discs are the obsession of more than a few people. Do Not Sell At Any Price takes you inside the crazy world of collecting 78s. The book shares adventures from John Tefteller, Joe Bussard, and other guys who hunt down these ... continue reading
Drive around New York City for a day, and you're bound to see at least one film being made. They're not all blockbusters, but the city serves as a vibrant backdrop for a great number of productions. And while it's easy to use the slew of skyscrapers and gaggle of taxis as scenery, it's another thing to effectively ... continue reading
At some point last year, Thug Kitchen became our favorite cooking blog. Not only were the recipes solid, but they didn't read like some dry required reading from a middle school English teacher. Now Thug Kitchen is coming to your cookbook shelf. Scheduled for release in October, Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F*ck ... continue reading
Since buying full albums is basically a thing of the past, you probably have a lot of tracks to listen to while trying to find new songs to download or add to your Spotify playlists. Every few weeks we're going to help you out with 8 new ones you should know.
New Tracks You Should Know (July) by ... continue reading
The official LEGO Simpsons minifigures we've been waiting for are here and they're so much better than we could have even imagined. The collection features 16 different figures all with at least one prop. Even included are Itchy and Scratchy so you can build a LEGO arena for an adorable death match. They'll sell for ... continue reading
Instagram has given anyone with a smartphone and a few free minutes the ability to showcase their style without the hassle of launching their own site. With so much clutter, some just do it better than others. So if you’re looking for a few accounts that cover both high fashion and rugged Americana, here are ... continue reading
If your idea of ramen is a 20 cent pack like the kind you hoarded in college, this is probably not the book for you. If, on the other hand, you've tasted life-changing ramen (it exists), we'd recommend spending the $18 to add this to your shelf. Ivan Ramen: Love, Obsession, and Recipes from Tokyo's Most Unlikely Noodle ... continue reading
There's a carefree attitude that pervades a great summer movie. That's not to say the plot can't be heavy, but there's a sense of freedom and effortless possibility that takes place under the summer sun. Often this lends itself to grand adventures and childhood scheming. Here are 13 we turn on when the temperature ... continue reading
There are a million little things the average homebrewer faces when he or she goes to brew a batch of beer; 999,999 of those involve sanitizing. To try and flip your process into a sustainable and organic one seems like it would just add to the hassle. Sustainable Homebrewing guides you through the little changes ... continue reading
Anyone who has had more than one iPhone probably has a collection of ear buds laying around. Now we are certain that Apple did a fine job with them but a true lover of music should probably invest in a decent set of studio quality cans like the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ears.
What is it?
Exactly what you would ... continue reading
Field & Stream magazine has been around longer than any single one of you reading this. They've been doing their thing for over a century. 114 years to be a little more precise. After a tenure like that, the world's leading outdoor magazine has established quite a collection of stories. The Best American Hunting ... continue reading