25 Big Cyber Week Menswear Deals You Can Still Score Right Now

Each week, GQ utilizes the latest in deal-identifying technology—i.e. a couple of our staffers spend most of the day shopping online—to uncover all the wildest markdowns on wardrobe-boosting buys from the best men’s clothing sales on the internet. This week, we’ve rounded up a pair of winter-ready loafers, a perfect shawl collar cardigan, and 23 … Read more

This Is A Ma Maniére’s Latest Bigger-Than-Sneakers Drop

A Ma Maniére is having itself a year. The retailer and creative hub, part of streetwear vet James Whitner’s The Whitaker Group, spent 2021 focusing on a small but impressive run of sneakers designed to prioritize message over product. And they’re saving their best for last, with a new, luxed-up Jordan 1. Spring saw the … Read more

12 Best Hair Clippers for Men in 2021

If you’re going to give yourself a proper buzz cut—or any sort of touch-up, for that matter—you’re going to want one of the best hair clippers. Right now, there are dozens of terrific options, whether you’re a DIY newbie or an every-two-weeks veteran. (If you’re a bald-headed guy, you might want to check out an … Read more

allie Shares New Single ‘cast iron’ Featuring Quarter-Life Crisis

allie, the mononymous moniker of Allie Cuva, has shared a new track called ‘cast iron’, which features production from Ryan Hemsworth aka Quarter-Life Crisis. It serves as the 16th installment in Saddle Creek‘s Document Series, and you can check it out below. ‘cast iron’ follows allie’s debut album, Maybe Next Time, which was released earlier … Read more

‘Dinosaur World’ Is An Exercise In Chaos And Pure Creativity

Everybody loves dinosaurs. Yes, everybody. I don’t care how old you are, you like dinosaurs. No matter how scary or stupid or feathery they try to make them, they will always be cool. Which goes a long way towards explaining the runaway success of Pandasaurus’s series of dinosaur games that began with Dinosaur Island. The … Read more

Like Everything Else Y2K, Sean John May Be Making a Comeback

Amongst the TikTok and Depop set, everything Y2K is trending upward: True Religion is back, trucker hats are back, low-rise jeans are back, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are dating again. So maybe it’s not so surprising that a revival of the iconic early-aughts brand Sean John could be on the horizon. According to Bloomberg, … Read more

Klay Thompson Knows Not to Bring Burgers on His Boat

After a two year layoff, Klay Thompson’s return to the NBA is imminent. The three-time champion and five-time All Star has been out of commission for almost two and a half years after a series of injuries, but by all accounts the missing half of the Golden State Warriors’ Splash Brothers is going to be … Read more

GVPTA Releases Fall 2021 COVID-19 B.C. Arts & Culture Sector Impact Report — BC Alliance for Arts + Culture

GVPTA has released its Fall 2021 COVID-19 B.C. Arts & Culture Sector Impact Report, based on survey responses collected from artists, arts workers, and arts, culture, and heritage organizations across British Columbia in November.  The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a profound effect on the arts and culture sector. As part of a data collection strategy … Read more

The Observer Effect and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

My apologies to the physicists who might be reading this. I’m no expert on quantum mechanics. But I am a lifelong learner. So when I saw an article recently on “Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle,” I read further and learned about what is called the “Observer Effect,” which, in physics, is described as the disturbance of an … Read more

Is Christmas Marvel-ous? – Christ and Pop Culture

I watched Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings one rainy evening. Walking home afterwards, I introduced my American best friend to mizzling: a fabulously British word for rain between mist and drizzle. (Just as the Inuit need many words for snow, we Brits need many words for rain.) But even if it had … Read more