A long time ago, many of us used to enjoy going out late or merely staying up late. When we did, there was a soundtrack.
What Roy Wood Jr. delivered was everything you want from the comic guest at the WHCD: searing commentary and biting (but good-natured) humor aimed at a crowd that does not take itself lightly. He crushed it.
The Italian Job, the original Ocean’s Eleven and Steven Soderbergh’s wonderful reboot, sequels and Ocean’s Eight spinoff, Sexy Beast, The Bank Job, Inside Man, Baby Driver, Heat, The Town, Out of Sight, Jackie Brown and so many others. Who hasn’t fantasized about being in stories like those?
As an exclusive for my Patreon subscribers, I do a little podcast called ‘Hahn, Solo’, a casual one-man affair.
I heard a playlist recently that took me right back to the time in my youth when I discovered alternative music that one didn’t…
A chat with the comedian, singer, writer, actress, one of our sharpest cultural observers, overall icon… and, this year, my Valentine.
The pea coat is one my favorite designs in the entire history of men’s wear. Like many garments we wear today, this distinctly masculine,…
The comedian, writer, musician, actor, podcast host and fellow alumnus of St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland came by to catch up.
I’ve always loved tailored clothing, which means this two-part video from MoMA and iconic Savile Row tailoring house Anderson & Sheppard is basically porn to me.
After I quit smoking last year, I started eating my feelings, which translated to about fifteen extra pounds. It’s time to fix that.
The Chemex was invented in 1941 in New York City by a German-born chemist named Peter J. Schlumbohm. This beautiful and simple coffee maker is a work of modern art… literally. And it makes the best goddamn coffee I’ve ever had.
Award-winning writer and humorist Paul Rudnick is one of my favorite people to follow on Twitter. I finally got to sit down and talk with him.