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11 Jean Jackets to Wear With Everything in Your Wardrobe

Layer up.<p>By now, you're probably aware of the fact that a good denim jacket is an essential for any man's wardrobe. It can be worn as a layering piece or on its own. You can dress it up or dress it down. Basically, it goes with pretty much everything in your closet. And the best part is, there's …

Something to Consider This Fall: Sweatpants

<b>How casual is too casual?</b> It's a reasonable enquiry — one that used to be cut-and-dried. But sartorial rules have loosened over time, and we noticed something during New York Fashion Week that called that very question to task: sweatpants. Lots of them. Everywhere, really. And these weren't just …

The Upgrade: Paul Smith & John Lobb Shoes

<i>Published in the January 2013 issue</i><p><b>Smithiness. That's how Paul Smith once summed up</b> the difference between his clothes and everyone else's, and he defined the word for us thusly: "Everything is beautifully made, but there's something about it that makes you smile or makes you feel important or …

The Essential: Tod's Suede Boots

<i>From the March 2013 issue</i><p><b>Is this guy dressed up or is he dressed down?</b> Tough to say, what with not being able to see his top half, but based solely on his below-the-knee game, the answer has to be ... tough to say. Sharp-looking boots, these, and plenty luxurious — leather-soled, elegantly shaped, …

Cocktail of the Week: Port Authority

<b>"I find that, when I visit regions,</b> I have the opportunity to not only taste different foods and drinks — I also get to see what else is growing around the distillery or vineyard. What's interesting about Noval [port] is that there are a lot of olive trees. The flowers and fruits growing in an area …

Cocktail of the Week: Midnight Mary #3

<b>"The inspiration for the original</b> Midnight Mary was definitely seasonal. Tomato plants in the area are yielding their best produce for the next month or so. Their flavor is rich and complex, and the aromas take you right back to the garden. This cocktail sought to capture the tail end of summer. …

A Holiday Search: The Best Eggnog You Can Buy

<i>Welcome to Eat Like a Man's 2012 Holiday Survival Guide, wherein we tackle some of the season's thorniest issues in food and drink to help you make it to January in one piece.</i><p><b>You're either for nog or you're against it.</b> There is no middle ground. It all comes down to how you feel about drinking your …

Something Easy for the Super Bowl: The Salt Lick's Tamale Pie

<b>The Salt Lick is hands-down</b> the biggest restaurant I've ever been to, not even counting the hundreds of acres of ranch land surrounding a building that can (and very frequently, does) feed 800 hungry mouths in one go. And the rumors are true: winding up the country road linking Driftwood, Texas, to …

How to Shuck Holiday Oysters

<i>Welcome to Eat Like a Man's Holiday Survival Guide, wherein we tackle some of the season's thorniest issues in food and drink to help you make it to January in one piece.</i><p><b>"He was a brave man who first ate an oyster,"</b> as Jonathan Swift famously said, not least because opening the stubborn suckers is …

Why You Should Smoke Your Thanksgiving Bird

<b>Things you don't want on Thanksgiving:</b> cheap scotch, an argument with your father-in-law, a bland bird.<p>I can't buy your scotch or help with the in-laws. But I can solve your turkey problem: Smoke the damn thing.<p>Poultry, generally, likes fire and smoke. (Think grilled chicken.) Big birds, like …

7 Reasons to Spend Your Holidays in Paris

The City of Lights now has as much seasonal charm as London or New York. Here's how to enjoy it.<p>The City of Lights now has as much seasonal charm as London or New York. Here's how to enjoy it.

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Exploring the Decaying Ruins of Brother Island, NYC's Last Unknown Place

Surrounding the bustling island of Manhattan are countless lesser-known landforms. One of the most unique is North Brother Island. Sitting in the …

New York City

What would 'Civilization' look like in outer space?

The wildly popular strategy game series finally leaves Earth<p><i>Civilization</i> is setting its sights on the stars. After years of building epic strategy games that follow the course of human history, developer Firaxis Games is taking the next entry in the series into the future with <i>Civilization: Beyond</i> …

APOD: Orange Sun Sparking (2014 May 06) Image Credit & Copyright: Alan Friedman (Averted Imagination) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140506.html Explanation: Our Sun has become quite a busy place. Taken only two weeks ago, the Sun was captured sporting numerous tumultuous regions including active sunspot regions AR 2036 near the image top and AR 2038 near the center. Only four years ago the Sun was emerging from an unusually quiet Solar Minimum that had lasted for years. The above image was recorded in a single color of light called Hydrogen Alpha, inverted, and false colored. Spicules cover much of the Sun's face like a carpet. The gradual brightening towards the Sun's edges is caused by increased absorption of relatively cool solar gas and called limb darkening. Just over the Sun's edges, several filamentary prominences protrude, while prominences on the Sun's face are seen as light streaks. Possibly the most visually interesting of all are the magnetically tangled active regions containing relatively cool sunspots, seen as white dots. Currently at Solar Maximum -- the most active phase in its 11-year magnetic cycle, the Sun's twisted magnetic field is creating numerous solar "sparks" which include eruptive solar prominences, coronal mass ejections, and flares which emit clouds of particles that may impact the Earth and cause auroras. One flare two years ago released such a torrent of charged particles into the Solar System that it might have disrupted satellites and compromised power grids had it struck planet Earth. http://www.avertedimagination.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=140506 #APOD

Forget Mars’s deserts, let’s look for life in Europa’s ocean – Lee Billings

The robots come to Mars out of a sky tinged peach from whirlwind-lofted dust. They cut through the thin, cold air in supersonic aeroshells and …

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Photo: @ladzinski French climbing legend Arnaud Petit @arnaudpetit_climb belays me (@andrewbisharat) up the 9th pitch of a beautiful, steep 14-pitch rock climb, with the distinctive emerald-colored Verdon river winding and rushing below. We are currently in the Gorges du Verdon in southern France on assignment for @natgeo to capture the untold #VerticalOrigins of sport climbing. The style of rock climbing is exceptionally demanding, requiring perfect balance and very strong fingers. With over 1,000 feet of air and gravity pulling you from beneath, every minute shift in your balance and body position either unlocks the sequence and allows you higher passage—or it results in a fall. Arnaud Petit is one of the masters of this demanding style. He moved efficiently and beautifully up the technical stone, never pausing or second guessing himself, and just absolutely flowing in that beautiful dance that all climbers strive to emulate. @etteloc @mattsegal @emilyaharrington @3stringsproductions #bonverdon

25 Fictional Places You Can Actually Visit In Real Life

Longing to escape into your favorite films or books? Now you <i>actually</i> can! From Middle Earth to Jurassic Park—we rounded up the real-life locations …

Jurassic Park

37 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Iceland Right Now

Iceland, a country rich with roaring volcanoes, monolithic glaciers, icy mountains and deep fjords, has become a mecca for photographers looking to …

Epic 360-degree selfie will give you wanderlust

By attaching a GoPro camera to a long stick, extreme adventurer Alex Chacón documented himself in an astonishing 360-degree video selfie that spans more than 36 countries. In it, he features himself around an impressive list of exotic sites, including the Taj Mahal and the Maya Pyramids of Chichen …

Taj Mahal

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