Wolfpack: Like Tinder, But For Straight Dudes Looking for Friends

If you're just a normal alpha, looking for others to bro down with, you might want to take a look at Wolfpack, a social networking app to help guys make male friends "while removing any and all social awkwardness." A sort of platonic Grouper, the app helps you rediscover old buds, or make new ones based on shared interests (from the company websites, interests include 'poker,' 'burgers,' and 'basketball'). From there, you can start hanging together like any other, normal friends that weren't spliced together in an iPhone test tube. Check out the YouTube commercial below. We get it. see more
Food + Drinks

5 World-Class Wines That Are Currently a Steal

A classic wine region, like a classic suit, is perennial, but that doesn't mean the prices don't wax and wane. Whether it's a standout vintage, oversupply, exchange rates, or simply the vagaries of fashion, some wines become a bit more of a steal than others. Here's what to drink right now. see more
Food + Drinks

Now Trending: The Rise of Modern Israeli Cuisine

Pictured: The $40 tasting menu at Mile End Deli in New York City includes spicy lamb merguez sausage (top left corner), Moroccan matbucha salad (above the soda can), and a deconstructed baba ghanouj (bottom left corner) whose elements aren't blended together—"a baba that's not a baba," says chef Eli Sussman. see more

Here's What It Would Sound Like if Ice-T Voiced Dora the Explorer

Everybody knows Ice-T is a man of many talents, but did you know the rapper-actor even boasts a background in cartoon voiceovers? No? Well, that's because he doesn't, really—but thanks to Jimmy Fallon, we now know what Saturday mornings would have sounded like if Ice-T really did lend his vocal prowess to eighties animated hits like G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero and Scooby Doo (not to mention modern-day fave Dora the Explorer). Oddly enough, Ice-T's signature sound seemed almost appropriate for G.I. Joe and even sort of worked for Shaggy (who always seemed seconds away from cracking a see more

Matthew Gray Gubler: All-American Weirdo

Matthew Gubler is experiencing the fame and fortune that only comes to a lottery-odds percentile of ugly ducklings who just barely survive an adolescence plagued with self-doubt, misfit-ness, and hurt, then, through the terrible grace of puberty, freakishly swan out, are embraced by the world, and manage to keep a perspective of gratitude toward life and a constantly self-renewing empathy with other misfits. see more

A New Collaboration to Keep You Dry and Stylish

As has been noted, May flowers are contingent upon the month of April's showers, which means before we can fully embrace the joy that is summer, we have some rainy spells to contend with. Rain, of course, requires some special sartorial considerations. No need to pack on the bulk or the weight—springtime precipitation can be warm, if not downright humid—and you want something that's versatile enough to repel water but look good once the clouds part. Well, we're getting the season's first viable option today, thanks to a collaboration from the Swedish brand Stutterheim and the U.K. label Whistles. It see more

A$AP Ferg's New Music Video Was Made on His Phone During Fashion Week, and It's Awesome

We've reached an even higher plane in fashion's increasingly intimate relationship with hip-hop: Rapper A$AP Ferg used footage he filmed during New York Fashion Week to create the music video for his track "Dope Walk." It's a visual tour of backstages, runway shows, run-ins with front-row-level celebrities (Beyoncé, Kris Jenner, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, and Big Sean, among others, make appearances), and the little moments in between where you end up in dance battles with either your friends or designers like Jeremy Scott. All of it framed as a FaceTime session with British supermodel Cara Delevingne. see more

Fanmail Makes Sustainable, Organic Clothes You'll Actually Want to Wear

When menswear label Fanmail launched this fall, offering what designer Charlie Morris deems "sustainable wardrobe essentials," the prayers of many men were answered—particularly those whose purchasing habits include buying a back stock of their favorite pieces. see more

Lady Gaga Is the Best Person of the Week, and It's Only Wednesday

Make your reservation now. #GagaAHSHotel— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) February 25, 2015 On Sunday night at the Oscars, Lady Gaga blew everyone away with her expertly sung homage to The Sound of Music. With her more flamboyant, sensationalist pop-star antics in check, her straightforward performance was a reminder that damn, this girl can sing. Fast-forward to today, and the performer unveiled her latest project via the tweet above, in which she reveals some very important information about the next iteration of the hit Ryan Murphy show American Horror Story. Gaga announced that she'll be featured in the forthcoming story line, titled see more
Food + Drinks

Where to Find the Most Disgusting Food on the Internet

annnndddd now its time for "Name that dish" A photo posted by So you cooked huh? (@cookingforbae) on Aug 10, 2014 at 10:26am PDT Elevating food from nourishment to art has only been exacerbated by the social-media site Instagram. From food vendors to enthusiasts to emaciated people who like to look as if they enjoy carb-loaded, fatty meals, the Internet is rife with bird's-eye point-of-view shots of frothy lattes, colorful fresh berries at a local organic market, and juicy burgers dripping with cheese and topped by a crusty brioche bun. And then there's the Instagram account @cookingforbae (if you see more
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