Why not hit the highway? There's just something amazing about leaving your life in the rearview, especially since America has so much to offer.
Writer and photographer James Joiner is a senior correspondent for The Daily Beast.
’Round midnight or just about any other time of day, the groundbreaking trumpet player dressed like the whole world was watching, and if they weren’t, they missed a class act.
Burning Man begins on Sunday, and there will be plenty of people dropping acid for the first time. Here’s why that may not be a bad thing.
The legendary New Journalist has one of the most flamboyant literary styles imaginable, and he dresses to match in his trademark ice cream suit and matching homburg.
A style guide for getting down and dirty in the desert.
From WWII wooden pens and levitating Apple Watches to boots and duffels, crowdfunding entrepreneurs want to refurbish your life from clothes closet to wine cellar.
The burger giant isn’t winning kids over just through toys.
John Kennedy’s casual-but-classy cool look, the very embodiment of what was once widely known as ‘Ivy League’ style, is as hot as ever. But then classics never go out of fashion.
The Beach Boys introduced sunny Southern California’s aesthetic to pop culture, helping to make baggies and Woodies and surfing look and sound hip even in Kansas.
Hated by fashion arbiters, they’ll get you banned from certain establishments. At this point, we’re not even fighting over a garment anymore—it’s deeper than that.