A productive morning is finding two matching black dress socks for work. I couldn't bear putting any more pressure on my dress code.
Why did you miss all of these things? Turns out, you don't actually see everything you see. Meaning, your eyes observe and take in much more information than your brain computes... So, there's stuff you see, that you don't actually see.
"PR Pardons" are for those we think have paid their public penance and deserve a fresh start--at least from a public relations perspective. Don't worry, despite dominating national coverage, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and Healthcare.gov are not on our list.
From time around the Thanksgiving table to corks popping to bring in the New Year, it is a joyous time often full of laughter, tryptophan and the spirit of giving. For 2013, the Headington family is adopting a new tradition: Movember.
After being turned away by Duquesne University for his strapping libido, Geraldo Rivera may finally get his due after being named one of 10 finalists for the American Mustache Institute 2013 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year award.
By Jerry Zezima When I was in high school and was just starting to shave, which led to so much blood loss that I should have been honored by the Red ...
There is nothing like being a grandparent, except perhaps sharing this experience with your own mother. Yes, we have four generations in our family, something I wouldn't trade for a second. Our grandchildren are showered with love and affection and, in return, what do they do? They give us the truth!
Much like napalm, the smell of bacon in the morning -- or really anytime -- pleases our people even beyond three-legged horses. Indeed, we love nothing more than for our lower nose foliage to preserve the enchanting aroma and flavor of our favorite salty meat treat.
Recently my colleague Jennie Matthew here at Huffington Post reported on the plight of Pakistani businessman Malik Amir Mohammad Khan Afridi, whose life is being threatened by militant Muslims due to the girth of his mustache.
What is it about a man with a beard that says so much? Photographer Joseph D.R. OLeary has been asking that question as he creates more than 130 portraits of bearded men in his exquisite and revealing style.
There's nothing wrong with being a Christian and growing a beard. We must continue to work on transcending stereotypes by learning more about our own traditions.
By Jerry Zezima When I was a kid, I wanted to be a private eye (my other eye, I figured, would be public), but I never pursued it because I was sure...
In the world of facial stubble, the famous five o'clock shadow has become the nearly permanent 10 o'clock shadow, proving -- as if you needed proof at this point -- that this is the season of facial hair.
My most beloved mustache-wearing activity is drag karaoke. Singing as a 1970s man who likes to meet other men in meat trucks on New York City piers is thrilling. It is my homage to the LGBT peeps who Travolta-armed at Studio 54 into the early hours. It's all done with love.
The exclusion of the Mustached American community in this valuable assortment of facial hair-free facts is yet another slap in the face to our people, our way of life, and our dignity.
I am not attracted to men with facial hair. It's not really a phobia, though I confess I am somewhat ambivalent about both Santa Claus and Jesus. It is all because of my childhood Pediatrician - my parents called him a baby doctor - had a mustache exactly like Adolf Hitler's.