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    Sam Hunt IS Your Next Road-Trip Playlist

    Sam Hunt has formulated a sound that sways between high-energy beats and slow acoustic numbers that strum on all the right heartstrings. It’s what sets the southerner apart from other country, this combination of classic guitar rhythms and melodic R&B beats. The sound is fresh and the lyrics are relatable, which led him to a number one single Leave the Night On pretty early in the game. (In it he still has the same trendy haircut as the rock stars, but instead of partying in the back of a limo, he’s driving his friends around… in a taxi.)

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    Fatherhood: Snow Dog

    I am face down in the snow. It’s a change from the hour I’ve spent on my ass, but not exactly a welcome one. François, my instructor here on Mont Tremblant, helps me up and puts me back on my butt. My thighs are burning, my face is stinging and I wish I were wearing real snow pants, instead of these vaguely waterproof track pants.

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    The After Hours Doctor: Is There Such A Thing As PMS For Men?

    While every man should have a doctor he trusts, sometimes you have questions that you don’t feel comfortable asking. (Is it us or does that white jacket just seem so judgmental?) Best case would be to have a drinking buddy who also happens to be an MD. You could ply him with questions without fear of embarrassment. That’s basically what this is. Only, no alcohol is involved. And he’s asked us not to call him “buddy.”

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    The Books You Should Have Read This Year

    Winter is the beach season for the mind. The time you flex your mental faculties to impress the bookish honeys with their dark framed glasses, MFAs, and discreet punctuation tattoos. But, that means you have to lift, bro. Literally, because a lot of the books you should have read this year are legitimate tomes. You can pick up the lightweight, Lee Child burner again when the sun comes out. Right now, it’s time to get huge, literarily speaking.

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    It’s All a Game to Channing Tatum

    Two moves in, Channing Tatum has already won. I successfully removed a block from the middle of the tower of small wooden bricks, but as I try to place it gently on the top of the tower, according to the dictates of the game, two blocks tumble from the top. If there’s one skill required to play (and win) the game of Jenga, it is steady hands. But, the dynamics of this particular game are a little uneven. He’s Channing Tatum. I’m not. I’m a little nervous. He says he is, too, but this is not honest.

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    The 10 Best Movies in Theatres

    The holiday season can be overwhelming. Gift giving, epic amounts of food, children running amuck. We get it. That’s why we wanted to let you know that there will be some unbelievable films in theatres just around the time you start to lose it. Take a break from family and food to sit in a dark theatre for a couple hours. You deserve it.

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    50 Gifts To Buy Yourself

    For those who feared that they were men who, indeed, did have everything, that the world contained no more wonders, no lands left to conquer and all that, we offer this list, humbly, as evidence to the contrary. For every aspect of your life, from your home, your office, your cottage, your bar, here are a few things you don’t have yet. But, really, really should.

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    A Man Worth Listening To: Aaron Sorkin

    You expect Aaron Sorkin to speak in a certain way. His characters, whether President Josiah Bartlet in The West Wing, […]

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