We talk Freezy Freakies and Founders Beer with the managing editor at Cool Material.
The third post in a series that's like a vulcan mind meld between us and the Tastemakers of today.
From ridiculously awesome rides to craft beers, our buds at Cool Material scout out the coolest gear on the internet. Below, we ask Cool Material Managing Editor Mike Newman to share a few of the things he's loving right now.
One of the last free-riding ranches is hidden in 40,000 acres of British Columbia.
If you’re lucky, there’s a childhood tradition dear to your heart. Whether it’s building stuff in the garage with Dad or a mud-caked game of Thanksgiving football, the memories live on even if you’ve out-grown them. But for the really lucky ones, the tradition is still going strong.
For me, it’s the Flying U Ranch. Located in British Columbia, the Flying U is the oldest guest ranch in Canada and one of the only in North America that offers unsupervised riding.
The New Old Fashioned and Rum Sangria are our picks to pair with a feast.
We don't want to take the too much focus off of Turkey Tom (he made a big sacrifice to be here), but no Thanksgiving (or Thanksgivukkah) gathering is complete without some quality drinks. So for our Turkey Day party, we asked Vince Toscano of Rye to make some cocktails to match the cuisine.
And we've got to say, Vince not only matched the food, he may have outdone it.
Bourbon Bacon Cranberry Sauce and Sausage Stuffing—heroic recipes for Turkey Day.
This Turkey Day, we want to make sure you don't show up empty handed. So we asked Chef Timmy of Local's Corner to cook up some burly Thanksgiving fare, and—working with our go-to ingredients: bourbon, bacon, and sausage—he made some delicious, generous portions.
We stopped by the Corner for an early Thanksgiving celebration, and Timmy's took American culinary exploration left us heavier in the gut, and thankful in the heart.
A house on stilts sits over a lush New England landscape.
It really doesn't get any more Yankee than this: A house built in the distinctive New England "Cape Cod" style, a pond, the woods and you.
The Pond House isn't just one building. It's three cottages surrounding a pond, effectively a more natural equivalent of a swimming pool. Held up on stilts, from the outside, the structures are unobtrusive and "silent."
The life and puzzling death of Hawaii’s most beloved waterman.
Eddie would go—when no one else would or could. Only Eddie dared. - Mac Simpson, Hawaiian maritime historian.
In the surfing world, and particularly out on the Hawaiian islands, Eddie Aikau's life is a mythical thing, still deeply felt and honored by thousands of people, nearly 25 years after his puzzling (and maybe a little poetic) death.
Two men are currently attempting a never-before-completed Antarctic journey.
At the turn of the 20th century, the South Pole remained a sight unseen by human eyes. As the century turned, early expeditions to the pole were met with failure. Lives were lost (and so, too, was whisky).
And with each passing life, the appeal of the challenge grew.
From rare JFK to WWI in color, this week’s Diversions + Tunes have what you need.
1. THE TRENCHES OF WWI: A collection of rare color photographs from the front. / TIME
2. BEARDED PRINCESSES: Movember hijacks Disney, and we're in tears of laughter. / BuzzFeed
What a difference a strap can make.
We asked Worn & Wound’s Zach Weiss to break down the advantages of customizing your strap. For his handsome, Horween leather straps, shop here.
Watches are one of the best objects a person can own. They are pieces of technology, history, design and style all wrapped up in one small contraption. A contraption that straps to your wrist, elevating your personal style and giving you the ability, naturally, to tell time.
Remembering JFK’s life and legacy on the 50th Anniversary of his passing.
It’s the 50th anniversary of JFK’s passing, and as the world mourns the loss of the 35th President of the United States, we’ve set out to give a brief commemoration of his life and legacy.
We aren’t prone to sensationalize the event—the circumstances of JFK’s death and the impact it had on the people and the nation who survived him is not why we remember JFK on this day.
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