Actor and TV host Mark Consuelos talks family, claustrophobia, soccer — and how he's kept his 27-year marriage to his morning show co-star Kelly Ripa happy, healthy, and inspired.
As he sustains a stellar career that includes his iconic work with friend and mentor Princess Diana, hairdresser Sam McKnight is savoring every second.Read More
Famed editor James Brown — creator of the iconic men's monthly loaded — talks music, mayhem, and mental health as he celebrates 25 years sober.
Our co-founder John Pearson praises the wise words of Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker, who spoke of evolution and kindness in his commencement address at Northwestern University.Read More
Ex-Olympian Neil Agius is preparing to swim 100 miles non-stop from Mallorca to Ibiza to raise awareness for ocean health. Here he shares the everyday lessons we can learn from his extraordinary world record attempt.Read More
He says he was coerced into confessing to a murder he did not commit, at the age of 17. But instead of being consumed by bitterness, Jerome Dixon is spearheading a campaign to ensure all young people are given their fundamental Miranda rights while under interrogation.Read More
Life coach Sean Hotchkiss shares why he is taking a break from dating to become a better lover, mentor, and man.Read More
Cult novelist John Niven told us that Stephen King's On Writing helped guide him when he made his midlife career change to become an author. Here are five of the best books for writers to sharpen their skills.
In the 1995 indie classic La Haine, Saïd Taghmaoui took us inside the volatile Parisian suburbs where he grew up. Now, as the same high-rise estates erupt for real in the latest riots gripping France, the actor describes his life-long battle against injustice.
Through his friendship with his 'FUBAR' co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger, devoted mentor Travis Van Winkle has become the mentee.
A more sustainable life does not mean a less luxurious one, explains architectural designer and TV star Charlie Luxton.
Mira Chai Hyde — who cuts the cream of Hollywood's hair from her garage — describes how opportunity, creativity, and hard work helped her become one of the world's most in-demand men's groomers.
Five years ago Fresh — aka Richfresh founder Patrick Henry — walked out of a homeless shelter with $300 and a vision. Now, thanks to his eye-catching vibrant designs, he's one of the most sought-after tailors on the planet.