Archives for April 2013


10 Songs for a Warm Weather Workout

The weather is warming up, and that means it’s a great time to take your workouts outside. Need a little extra motivation? That’s where music comes in. Hitting “play” on a list of upbeat tracks is the perfect way to keep moving through a tough run or bike ride.


The 10 Best Closer Walk-Up Songs

Kiss the cheesy organ music goodbye. Nowadays relievers take the mound like pro wrestlers, their soundtracks pumping up fans and building brands. Like the spectacles of Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn, these hits and the men who chose them stand out.


Talib Kweli Talks Music, Manhood

Ever since he teamed up with high school friend Mos Def to form Black Star in the late ’90s, Talib Kweli has been one of the most critically acclaimed artists in hip-hop. We caught up with the Brooklyn native to talk music, style and manhood in the modern age.


15 Keys to Tailgate Greatness

Hosting a tailgate party? From scheduling and supplies to apps, beer and burgers, a hit gastro-pub’s star chef reveals all you need to know to turn your guests into super fans...


Craig Robinson Has a Big Problem

TV's Craig Robinson is doing really well. He's a successful actor and comedian, and he's probably raking in tons of dough thanks to all those residuals from The Office. But he's got a problem in his life. A big problem. Yep, you guessed it. He has a huge johnson. Here, he talks about the five worst things about his extra-large unit.


Speakeasy: Jake Johnson

The New Girl star joins Paul F. Tompkins for a Stoli on ice with a bit of lime and gets real about the agony of the casting process, what it’s really like on set, his new movie Drinking Buddies and getting the lovely Anna Kendrick sauced on IPA…


The Best Reason to Check Out Tribeca

The Tribeca Film Festival starts this Wednesday. In addition to is usual slate of movies, this year’s festival is enhanced by Heineken Green Room Sessions, which allow moviegoers to share a few beers with the filmmakers, post-screening. Get yourself to one!


Speakeasy: Alison Brie

The Mad Men and Community beauty sips an Eastside and talks Trudy vs. Annie, high school nerdiness, watching her own shows (again and again), her cover band (Girls) and the fatal flaw of Dungeons & Dragons. It’ll rock your world.


Alison Brie Imitates Popular Internet Memes

The Mad Men and Community star takes on Grumpy Cat, Overly Attached Girlfriend and Ermahgerd. Her Hadouken pose doesn't end quite as successfully as it starts, however.


Alison Brie Creates Unsexy GIFs

The Mad Men and Community star attempts to stem the tide of sexy Alison Brie GIFs by creating some of her own. Does she succeed, or only add fuel to the fire?


7 Incredibly Muddy Competitions

Dial for Men’s new Muckdown campaign salutes those who love to get down and dirty in the muddiest of conditions. In honor of the muck, we too scoured the states to see just how filthy folks can get on two legs, four wheels, and everything in between.


7 Things Every Man Must Do In Vegas

Las Vegas is a shiny beacon of manliness. Make a plan before you enter the belly of the beast, so at least you have a vague idea of what you did.


Veep’s Tony Hale on Comedy, Politics

Good news: Veep—the greatest comedy ever created about a fictional U.S. vice president—returns to HBO this Sunday. More good news: it features Tony Hale, who plays the vice president’s way-too-old-for-his-job personal aide. Here, the hilarious actor talks Veep, American politics, Arrested Development and… Tim Conway.


Cha-Ching! Win Big With Bozeman Mutual

Who needs a 401(k) when you have Bozeman Mutual? That’s right, folks, Kevin Bozeman is a sports gambling savant, and his red-hot hoops picks are sure to get you into that new Bugatti. Or used Ford Focus. Whichever is more your scene.


Speakeasy: Rob Delaney

The Twitter god and standup star imbibes with Paul F. Tompkins and discusses the skin-thickening powers of the Internet, how a horrific car accident changed his life, cake-bourne Hep A and why emergency rooms make him happy. But trust us, it’s funny!


3 Free Thigns To Do In Phoenix That Will Let You Beat The Heat For Free

Phoenix sits about 12 miles away from the sun in the middle of the aptly named Valley of the Sun. Here, everything is designed to kill you from rattle snakes to cactus to the heat itself. Temperatures often soar well above 110 degrees Fahrenheit and it doesn't get much easier at night. Walk out of your favorite bar, club or movie theater and get hit with a blast of nighttime hot air. Feel the …


4 Dance Moves You Need To Know

Dancing in public is tricky business. The best of the best draw crowds wherever they are, earning cheers and the adulation of women. The worst of the worst draw scorn and lamentations, and sometimes crowds, but for all the wrong reasons. That’s why it’s important to have a few staples in your repertoire. These are good, effective, and simple moves that will allow you to step onto the dance floor w …


Gay Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Gay

  For some ridiculous people, homosexuality is still an issue. These abhorrent individuals can’t seem to wrap their tiny little minds around the fact that two men can find love in the same way that two members of the opposite sex can. These people are called idiots. Nowhere has this been felt more vehemently than the acting profession, where thespians decide to hide their sexual orientatio …


Christina Hendricks Talks Mad Men

She lights up her show as Joan Harris, the sassy redhead who can blow you away with one smoldering look. As Season 6 kicks off Sunday night, we asked this Made Babe about her character, men’s style and juicy behind-the-scenes stories...


4 Free Things To Do In Toronto

Toronto is not just for syrup lovers and beefy loggers as you'll find in these four free things to do in Toronto, Canada. Try exploring the freestyle side of life with these affordable free events. Hence the words free events. From water to wine, and all in between, you'll find something to do in Toronto that matches that of your budget - inside and out. Toronto free concert series. Tourists an …


12 Songs for a Late Night Party

You're leaving the bar but that doesn't mean the night has to end. In fact, things are just getting started. Music will help fuel this fledgling after party, so make sure you have the tunes to keep you and your fellow late-nighters in the mood to take advantage of the remaining moonlight. This playlist should get the job done. Click the button below to listen to the full set on Made Man's Spotify. …


Gotcha! April Fools’ Office Pranks

Q: How do you make a coworker blush? A: By using April Fools' Day as an excuse to tease, mess with or totally humiliate him or her, of course. Without further ado, here are the secrets to camouflaging a cubicle, reorganizing a desk, making someone think they’re getting canned, and more!