All's Fair in Love and Films

The 60 Best Romance Movies

Romance movies aim to capture the highs of love found, the lows of love lost, and everything in between. We've added 10 more films to our list of the best romance movies, just in time for Valentine's Day.

Will you go out with me?

25 Great American First Date Spots

Planning a date isn't like ordering on Seamless. You've got to put some thought into it -- and you can't just get Thai every time. Here are 25 ideas to get you started. Don't forget to send us a wedding invite.

Plan now. Party later.

The Ultimate Summer Music Festival Kit

Having the right gear on hand during an outdoor concert can be the difference between a weekend for the ages or an expensive lesson learned. These items cover the critical bases of comfort, connectivity, hygiene, peace of mind and style. Better yet, most are also made right here in America.

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How to Ditch the Desk, Contracts, and Even the Cost

The Secret to Wi-Fi Wherever You Want It

This pocket-sized device is the simplest way to bring a reliable internet connection with you, everywhere in the U.S.

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Watches for the Beach, Mountains or Manning the Grill

The 7 Watches of Summer 2015

Put down the Patek. These seven watches are perfect for summer adventures -- and they all cost less than $1,000.

Swiped Right. Now What?

How to Plan a First Date

Here's the problem: you are good. First dates are bad. So we talked to three dating coaches to figure out how to plan a perfect first date.

FORTY-YEAR-OLD WAVES AND MEMORIES

An Old Surfer’s Hawaii Heyday, in Film

In Hawaii during the late 1970s, after the last of the night’s parties and music and campfires had died down, Ballard Trent Edwards V would strap a massive longboard to the roof of his VW Fastback and drive to the beach.

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A portrait of a changing beach town

Sunset in Montauk

In the last decade of summers, more and more tourists have pushed farther down Long Island until, invariably, they've arrived at its end: Montauk. We set out to Montauk to talk to six locals -- a policeman, a teacher, a surfer, a scenester, a fisherman and a retiree -- about why and how Montauk is changing.

KICK, PUSH, COAST...IN A SUIT AND TIE

5 Best Cruiser Skateboards

Kickflips and ollies aren’t requirements to coasting. They're now a viable commuting option. We’ve broken down the best commuting boards, all American made, into categories to better coalesce your eclectic needs.

The Well-traveled smartphone

25 Best Travel Apps

Whether you're going abroad or visiting a neighboring state, you should take time to make sure your smartphone is ready to make your trip easier. These 17 travel apps are a good start.

On the Go, At Home or at Work

6 Perfect Hi-Fi Headphone Setups

You love great music, and there's a good chance you listen to a lot of it. Now it's time to pair your tunes with equally great gear. Whether you're on the go, at home or at work, these perfect hi-fi headphone setups will let you get the most out of your daily soundtrack.

Leave the Guidebook at Home

The New York City Adventure Guide

These 20 New York City adventures represent a panoply of off-the-radar activities one can do with a free afternoon, evening or day to explore — plenty of which you'll be surprised to learn even exist in a bustling metropolis.

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An Axe to Grind

The Complete Guide to Buying an Electric Guitar

Mastering the guitar is no easy feat; neither is buying one. Acquaint yourself with the basic parts of your standard axe -- body styles, wood types, pickups, bridges, necks -- along with some selections, from the beginner tier to the holy grail.

Silent in Name Only

Listen to the Old Town Music Hall’s Mighty Wurlitzer Organ

In the 1920s,movie theaters showing silent films provided in-house soundtracks. To do this, the Old Town Music Hall used a machine with over 2,600 pipes, four keyboards, 260 switches, a xylophone, marimba, piano, drums, cymbals and a daunting arsenal of controls and pedals.

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Explaining Our Shades of Red, White and Blue

Where We Find Our Pride in America

An open-ended question about national pride produces patriotism, shame for our wrongdoings, and every shade of red, white and blue in between.

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Logic Need Not Apply

God Bless the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

225 kilometers an hour? How many miles is that? 124 plus like 14 or 16 or...shit-shit-shit time to brake -- Mental math is a lot harder when you're howling down the main straight at Summit Point Motorsports Park in the most powerful sedan ever made.