Barstool Stories: The Obsolete, by Stephen Marche
“When the dead called, they called on the BlackBerry Quark only.”
Reloaded: The State of Canada’s Gun Culture
Every election cycle, the gun debate in Canada is reignited. But this time it’s different. With constant unrest south of the border, and every political party here eager to court gun owners for votes, the State of the Gun in Canada has never been stronger – or more relevant.
Being A Father Is Hard. That’s Why There’s Dad School
Babies don’t come with a manual. But at least there’s Dad School. Because being a father is harder than you thought.
Chris Pratt Conquers The World
Chris Pratt, star of Jurassic World, knows the perils of messing with the prescribed order of things. Too bad he already has.
The Nudist and the Neurotic
Extreme relaxation, it turns out, isn’t for everyone. Our Editor-at-Large, Jeremy Freed, attempts to enjoy the freedom of a nude beach.
EDITOR’S LETTER: Stories of Summer
I think the nostalgia that summer inevitably breeds is deeper for people like us, who understand with a chilling poignancy how brief the season is. Summer love is deeper, more rash and wild.
A Man Worth Listening To: Adrian Grenier
It’s hard to think of Grenier as anyone but the narcissistic playboy/movie star he played for eight seasons on HBO’s male-bonding comedy-drama Entourage—a role he reprises this summer in the movie version of the series.
Alabama Shakedown: Why The Alabama Shakes Don’t Need Your Labels
The Alabama Shakes are being hailed as saviours of the Southern sound. They’re having none of it.