Whenever we publish an article about a basic life skill, we invariably get a comment from someones that says “Gee, it’s so sad that such common sense has to be taught on the internet.
This episode is brought to you in part by OriginalStitch.com. Visit OriginalStitch.com to check out an entirely new way to buy a shirt for the modern man and and get $20 OFF with code ‘ARTOFMAN’ In this episode, I talk to author and New York Times columnist Bruce Feiler about his book The Secret of Happy Families. If you enjoyed our series on creating a positive family culture, you’ll enjoy this podcast, as Bruce’s book served as an inspiration for the series.
Last week’s winner was Anthony from Milwaukee, WI. He chose the Millwright boots made by Woolrich. My Picks This Week We’ve featured the meat bars from EPIC before, and now they’ve come out with a new product: the Hunter Gatherer pack.
I’m a big fan of old cop and detective shows. One of my favorites is The Rockford Files that aired in the 1970s and starred the legendary James Garner as private detective Jim Rockford. The Rockford Files was famous for the car chase scenes in which Rockford would race down bad guys in his Firebird Esprit.
Loving relationships are the most important factor in a man’s happiness, success, and ability to live a fully flourishing life.
There are many skills fathers should pass on to their children: how to ride a bike, how to skip a stone, and of course, how to make a paper airplane.
John Boyd is described by some as the greatest military strategist in history that no one knows. He began his military career as a fighter pilot in WWII, but he slowly transformed himself into one of the greatest philosopher-warriors to ever live.
Were you unhappy with your last haircut? While poor barbering may have played a role, your poor communication likely contributed as well.
In this episode, I talk to Tim Larkin, self-defense instructor and creator of Target Focus Training. We discuss why people need to get comfortable with violence if they want to survive a life-threatening encounter, the difference between anti-social bluff and asocial violence, and how studying the worst people in society can help us become better defenders of ourselves.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Nate Pedersen. Earlier this year we covered the joys and basic how-tos of starting a collection.
Last week’s winner from the AoM store giveaway was… Still waiting to hear back from him — check your email gents, it could be you!
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Jake Hall. Hunting season is nigh upon us, and you may be thinking about getting a dog to aid in your pursuits.
This post is brought to you by Victorinox. Learn more about the forged to resist I.N.O.X watch. Editor’s note: For curating this gallery, we reached out to Huckberry because a fair number of those guys commute to work.
When it comes to job interviews, we often see it as a one-way street, with the interviewer holding all the cards.
“Hey Fred, your beard is looking a little scraggly. Have you tried rubbing some beard oil in it? It’ll change your life, brother.” Just like the mop on top of your head needs to be taken care of, so does the mop on the lower half of your face.
As Teddy Roosevelt is the patron saint of the Art of Manliness, I am of course really looking forward to watching Ken Burns’ new documentary on his life (and that of his other famous relatives) later this month. In the preview to the film, the narrator discusses TR’s early years: “He seemed infatuated with everything, so long as it provided him with the opportunity to excel.
Not sure if your pork dish will go with your wine? Well, in this week’s video Sommelier Gerald Morgan Jr.
Today I talk with Andy Forch and Richard Greiner, the co-founders of the men’s online store Huckberry.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Mark Rippetoe. When a man walks into a gym, he may be confused about where to spend his time — in the section full of gleaming, easy-to-figure-out machines, or over by the barbells, where he might be more intimidated both by how to use them, and the kind of guys who are gathered there.
The tie clip is the perfect example of an accessory that serves a true purpose. It adds pizzazz to your outfit, while also keeping your necktie from flying in the wind, swinging into your soup bowl, or otherwise flailing around.