5 Timeless Cocktails to Drink With Dad This Father’s Day
This Father's Day, Dad doesn't want a fancy cocktail created by some ironically mustachioed mixologist wearing armbands and smelling of patchouli oil. He wants a man's drink. A drink that's mostly booze.
5 Timeless Cocktails to Drink with Dad this Father’s Day
This Father's Day, dad doesn't want a fancy cocktail created by some ironically mustachioed mixologist wearing armbands and smelling of patchouli oil. He wants a man's drink. A drink that's mostly booze.
5 High-Horsepower Julep Cocktails to Fuel Your Kentucky Derby Party
The 139th running of the Kentucky Derby is this weekend, and that can mean only one thing: Mint Juleps. (And hot southern chicks in oversized bonnets, but we'll focus on the drinks for now.) Just in case you've never had a Mint Julep because it sounds like a cocktail Miss Daisy would drink as she's being driven around, you should know the main ingredient is a healthy pour of bourbon...
5 March Madness Apps to Get You Through to the Final Four
March Madness is in full-on, face-painted, trash-talking, ankle-snapping, buzzer-beating, swing. Unless you're 6'9" and play for Louisville, the only way you're going to the Final Four is to buy a ticket and make the pilgrimage to Atlanta or watch it on the big screen from your couch...
5 New Motorcycle Helmets to Keep Your Melon in One Piece For the 2013 Season
Motorcycle helmets are like condoms: It feels really, really good to ride without one, but it only takes a minor accident to result in major consequences. So as you get ready to mount up and hit the road this spring, we give you these five new motorcycle helmets that will not only keep your gray matter where it belongs, but are badass enough to make you forget that you have to wear a brain bucket.
5 Reasons to Take an $80,000 Land Cruiser Off-Roading
Toyota's $80K luxury SUV comes complete with such cushy comforts as a heated steering wheel and built-in drink cooler. While that may make it sound as soft and work-adverse as a doctor's wife, this well-tailored 4-wheeler is hiding it's inner badass: It's just as comfortable barreling through a rugged outback trail as it is chauffeuring you to a gallery opening.
SnoBar Alcoholic Ice Cream Has a Full Cocktail in Every Serving
For anyone who has ever sat down to a hot fudge sundae and thought, "You know, this is really delicious, but I really wish it could get me drunk," we give you SnoBar, the new alcohol-infused ice cream and ice pops with a full shot in every serving.
BladeLight Cuts Through the Darkness and Pretty Much Everything Else
Doing some camping, hunting, or fishing at night? Then you know there's nothing more awkward than trying to cut something in the dark with your knife in one hand, while juggling a flashlight in the other. Please resist the urge to hold your giant Maglite between your teeth -- we have a better solution.
Intoxicase Protects Your Phone Like a Bodyguard, Opens Your Beers Like a Servant and Counts Them Like a Nosy Girlfriend
Like a wingman cleverly disguised as an iPhone case, the Intoxicase always has your back. It will not only defend your phone from harm, it's also at the ready to pop open your beer (no more searching for openers or banging the bottle on the table), and will even tell you if you've had a few too many.
How Much Sex are College Students Really Having? Survey Says…
Ah, College -- it's not just the place to get an advanced education, but a carnal education as well. On campus we learn a lot about hooking up (and if we're lucky, some freaky experimentation) before settling down after graduation. Are students really hitting the sheets as much as they are hitting the books? According to a recent Sexual Satisfaction Survey conducted by Lifestyles Condoms, they sur
Power Hour Question: Are You Ready for 60 Beer-Soaked Minutes of Partying With Ali?
Nothing sucks harder than a boring party where people just sit around nursing beers. That's why "Drinking Composer" Ali Spagnola decided to make sure that never happens again.
Edgy Nissan Resonance Concept Heralds the Future of Crossover Design
The Resonance concept made its debut in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show, signaling the bold new "edgy" design direction for future SUVs and crossovers from Nissan. Proving again that automakers are moving farther and farther away from SUVs and crossovers that look like the trucks they were originally based on, the Resonance sports futuristic, aerodynamic styling, wi