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Heart Song

Paddy Murray eloquently shares his 'heartfelt' words. The post Heart Song appeared first on The Good Men Project.

What Men Can Learn from Photographer Bill Cinningham (1929-2016)

Quiet, unassuming, and always dedicated to the work, Bill Cunningham was the biggest name in Fashion and Fashion Photography for the past 60 years. We remember him. The post What Men Can Learn from Photographer Bill Cinningham (1929-2016) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Time to Toss the Training Wheels

How to Choose the Right Bike for Your Child The post Time to Toss the Training Wheels appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Empathy in the Internet Age – Better or Worse?

Are reactions to tragedies really so heartless or do we just notice the hate more? The post Empathy in the Internet Age – Better or Worse? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Leadership Imperative: Investing in Your Team

How to avoid creating dead end jobs and an uninspired workforce. The post The Leadership Imperative: Investing in Your Team appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why Every City Should be Cleveland

Every sports town should take a page out of the Cleveland playbook for who they are at heart - believers. The post Why Every City Should be Cleveland appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Being a Special Makeup Effects Artist

“Sometimes we’re kinda like the bartenders of a film.” KNB EFX co-founder Howard Berger (The Chronicles of Narnia, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad) explains the basics of making a prosthetic mask before talking about how makeup artists keep the job fun and exciting.

Strength Contests from the WWII Era

This post is brought to you by Smith & Forge Hard Cider. Strong, sturdy, not too sweet. It’s cider the way it’s supposed to taste. Please enjoy our ciders responsibly. What’s this? Editor’s note: FM 21-20 (1946) was the Army’s field manual for physical training, and consisted of exercises and fitness programs developed during World War II, which […]

Patience

Photographer Paul Richardson combined moments from his numerous time-lapse projects to create this awesome highlight reel of some of his best work. Despite being just over 2 minutes long, the footage seen here is the result of countless days of painstaking effort.

Calm the F Down Coloring Book

Attention adults: when you really should be cool but you’re panicking instead, take a moment to breathe, lift your heart to the sky and Calm the F Down with Sasha O’Hara’s quirky coloring book. Let’s all chill while coloring subversive inner thoughts.

Bullets vs. Molten Aluminum

If we were ballsy enough to toss live ammo into a pot filled with flesh-melting molten aluminum, we’d do it wearing a firesuit from behind a blast shield. Not so for the Backyard Scientist, who turned up in cargo shorts and a Hawaiian shirt for this ridiculously dangerous “experiment.”

Deal: Bluetooth Aluminum Earbuds

Upgrade your sound and lose the wires with these lightweight Bluetooth earbuds from Acesori. They’re easy to carry, won’t ever get tangled, and store neatly thanks to magnets. A microphone and controls let you accept phone calls, and change tracks on the go. Save 57%.

GAEMS Rail System Monitor Stand

Customize and clean up your desktop computer setup with GAEMS’ VESA-compatible monitor stands. The Rail System supports up to 24? monitors and has room for mobile devices, headphones, webcams and more. Available in satellite and weighted variants. Video here.

Light Zoetrope

Artist Akinori Goto came up with an even more enthralling take on zoetropes. He uses 3D printing to turn two-dimensional frames into a donut-shaped object. It looks like an abstract piece, but it reveals its animation when hit with a narrow beam of light.

2017 Porsche Panamera

The new Panamera gets a serious makeover from its previous gen’s ugly duckling looks. Not only does the car look like a proper Porsche, but it can go around the Nürburgring in 7:38 in its V8 twin-turbo variant, cranking out 550hp. Its clean, high-tech interior is stunning too.

A Closer Look at the Case that Normalized Stop-and-Frisk

The American epidemic known as stop-and-frisk was birthed from the case Terry v. Ohio, which when examined carefully was problematic. — When Mr. Garrett Miller, a police officer employed by the Baltimore Police Department, last April stopped and detained Mr. Show More Summary

Men: Which Brass Ring for You—Popularity or Success?

It's critical that business leaders strike a balance between tyrant and pushover, and it's all in the style of leadership. The post Men: Which Brass Ring for You—Popularity or Success? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Even the Non-Handy Man Needs These 5 Essential Tools

Not everyone is a handyman. This electrician shares the basics to help get the job done. The post Even the Non-Handy Man Needs These 5 Essential Tools appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Eyes Wide Open: In the Shadow of Orlando

Erin Kelly offers her thoughts on the Orlando shooting. The post Eyes Wide Open: In the Shadow of Orlando appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Against Football? An Interview with Steve Almond

STAND corresponded with author Steve Almond about his book Against Football: One Fan's Reluctant Manifesto. The post Against Football? An Interview with Steve Almond appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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