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  • Mad-Men

    Mad Men: The Sense of an Ending

    With the finale of Mad Men in sight, it’s time to learn how to let go.

  • attends the "Mad Men" New York Special Screening at The Museum of Modern Art on March 22, 2015 in New York City.

    Wisdom from Mad Men Creator Matthew Weiner

    Matthew Weiner, the creator and show runner of Mad Men, shares a few words of wisdom with us before this Sunday’s series finale.

  • Amanda Crew

    Amanda Crew Is Not Cool (So Quit Saying She Is)

    She may look flawlessly cool, but don’t dare call Amanda Crew that. The Silicon Valley star insists she’s both awkward and nerdy. And she can prove it.

  • Jimmy Fallon3

    Jimmy Fallon Is Here For A Good Time (And A Long Time)

    Inside the laugh-a-minute world of Jimmy Fallon: talk show host, father, grown-up man.

  • Tony Goldwyn3

    Dress For the Job You Want (with Scandal’s Tony Goldwyn)

    Tony Goldwyn takes a break from Scandal’s presidential suiting to show you six ways to be the best-dressed man in the office.

  • scottedited

    Scott Weiland is Reborn (Again)

    The drug busts, the DUIs, the pimp suits — Scott Weiland might well have been the most destructive rock star, who’s still alive today, of the past 20 years. But the singer’s also been incredibly successful. He’s sold more than 35 million records worldwide as the frontman of grunge titans Stone Temple Pilots and ‘00s rock supergroup Velvet Revolver. Getting booted from both bands for said recklessness, of course, has left whiskey stains on his legacy.

  • FEAT

    Sharp: The Book for Men Spring/Summer 2015

    Dapper suits, top-shelf drinks, fast cars— Sharp: The Book For Men Spring/Summer 2015 launched in style last Thursday night at the Ritz-Carlton in Toronto.

  • Championship Boxing Belts

    Blood, Sweat and Gold: The Craftsmen Behind Boxing’s Championship Belts

    On a cold February day in 1809, thousands of people gathered in a dank patch of grass on Epsom Downs, a large slab of rolling fields outside of London. They came to witness Tom Cribb – the greatest bare-knuckle fighter of his era, and the man who reportedly survived a 500-pound-crate of oranges falling on his chest–pummell fellow pugalist Jim Belcher for 31 rounds. Cribb won…

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