Food + Drinks

Color Correction: This Fall's Beers Are Red, Not Brown

From left: Sierra Nevada Flipside Red, Green Flash Hop Head Red, Goose Island Rambler IPA. Come fall, beer's most fashionable shade used to be brown. From chocolate-y porters to nutty brown ales, these heartier styles defined seasonal drinking, serving as warming companions to cool October eves. This year, there's a brownout in the beer aisle. And the hottest new hue is red—namely, the red IPA. Rich and resinous, the crimson ale is defined by flavors of sticky caramel and aromas of forest-fresh pine and Florida citrus. Red IPAs are bright yet also substantial, seasonal chameleons suited for lingering warm afternoons see more

Beyond the iPhone 6: Fall's Must-Consider Gadgets

Lo and behold, it's fall. Again. And every year at this time we run into the same problem: Too many devices to buy, too little money to spend. Worry not, early adopters. We've whittled a Best Buy's worth of options down to 10 gadgets that are worth shelling out for this season. see more

What in the Hell is Going On in Adam Levine's New Music Video?

Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine enlists the talents of his model wife Behati Prinsloo for his latest video, Animal. see more

How to Maintain Perfectly "Unkempt" Stubble

Stubble. It's the one facial hair expression that seems to be just about everywhere these days. Case in point? Refer to this month's cover star, Ben Affleck. Not only does it flatter most face shapes, it's fairly forgiving in the grooming department and perhaps most importantly, aligns with the look most modern men are going after: handsome, but low-maintenance. But looks aside, there might be another reason why so many guys are favoring a faintly fuzzy face. And that's frustration. As celebrity groomer and Philips Norelco spokesman Craig the Barber puts it, "A lot of guys are just annoyed with see more
Weird News

5 Ways to Tell That Weed Snobs are the New Wine Snobs

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then wine snobs must be feeling the love. As soon as a few states started allowing marijuana sales for medical purposes, with Colorado and Washington even permitting selling grass for recreational use, cannabis connoisseurship has begun to emerge from the forests and greenhouses, tracing the same pattern of image-gentrification that overtook the American wine market in the 1970s. Already, there are cannabis critics and ratings systems; "budtenders" stepping forth to explain the subtleties of each new weed and the quality of pot strains; and potheads sources debating their merits of their tokes see more

The Cartier Spaceship Has Landed

If elements of Cartier's new commercial look like they came straight out of an epic sci-fi movie, that's by design. The short film, called Shape Your Time, is part of the watch and jewelry house's efforts to reach male customers. Even if that means traveling into the minds of men on a spacecraft shaped like a Ballon Bleu. see more

Here's Everything George Clooney Wore During His Extended Wedding Weekend

If you spent the weekend out of range of a 4G connection or sans WiFi, you might not have had the opportunity to see the glorious works of menswear George Clooney wore while marrying Amal Alamuddin in Venice. see more

Study Finds We're All Masochists Who Like Store Clerks To Treat Us Like Crap

REMEMBER THE LAST time a snotty store clerk snubbed you in that fancy shop? And remember how you consoled yourself by saying that he wouldn't last long in the service industry with that kind of attitude toward potential customers? Well think again. see more

Autumn Calls for Subtler, Sophisticated Sunglasses

Odds are, you either sported or spotted summer's biggest eyewear trend: mirrored sunglasses. As is the rule in warm weather, the brighter the color, the cooler the lens: they came in saturated tangerine and aquamarine, Martian red and traffic-sign yellow. That's no problem on the beach or at a festival, but I got a rude awakening when I pulled mine on at a September wedding. see more

7 Ways America Changed the Way the World Dresses

Lord knows we love a good, forward-thinking European brand, but some of the most important and lasting innovations in the way we dress today came from right here in the United States. Where would you be right now without zippers, for example? Or sneakers for that matter? Below, seven key things Americans contributed to the world's clothing industry that form the underpinnings of wardrobes all over the world. see more
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