This is part of a collection of vacuum-sealed, double-walled, stainless steel travel bottles designed to keep things like beer (or wine) fresh and frosty while you move about your weekend. This is also the new object of your affection.
Things to do for June 15, 2016
Don’t Go to the Movies Until You Read This to Prepare. Hey, We’re Here to Help.
Hey babe, take a walk on the weekend side.
All the Summer Date Movies Worth Seeing
Date movies can be a tough field to navigate—especially in the summer months, when the siren song of A/C affects everyone’s judgment. Choose wrong and you could end up catching Nicholas Sparks’s stab at an 18th-century comedy involving a scandal-shrouded widow. (Maybe?) Choose right and you probably had some help from this Summer Date Movie Survival Guide.
Seinfeld’s Driving Around with Comedians Again. Thank God.
Let’s talk about what you may want to watch, read and listen to over the next few days. Let’s talk about the return of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the new must-read for Smiths lovers and a page-turner from a Michelin-starred chef. Right this way...
This Button Blocks All of Your Distractions
This small white button called Saent will filter out all incoming information that you’re usually bombarded with: phone calls, emails, texts, social media alerts, whatever—for however long you want. It’ll also light up, so your coworkers will know you’re busy. So you’ll be left with absolutely no means for procrastination. Not that that’s ever been a problem for you.
Just a Solid New Beachside Retreat
A beach butler doling out surf wax and booking surfing lessons. Rooftop mai tais in a treehouse bar. Sea stone massages in a Balinese spa. Yep, looks like this beautiful new spot called Paséa checks all your coastal-retreat-in-Huntington-Beach boxes.
One of Our Writers Ate Fermented Shark. You Don’t Have To.
Some things you want to experience for yourself. A small cup of fermented shark in a Reykjavík flea market may or may not be one of them. (Spoiler alert: it’s not.)
Herein Lies Your Summer Style Guide
Inside this Summer Style Guide: your ideal wardrobe, according to how hot it is outside. Great moments in shorts history. When it’s okay to unbutton that third button. So, everything you need to look good this season.
Something for Dad. Something for Not-Dad.
Cadet: Will take 30% off with code DILD.
(Which is apparently an acronym for “Dad I’d Like to Dress.” Which makes sense if you don’t think
about it at all.)
Ernest Alexander (pictured): Will give you 25% off and a wallet if you spend over $100. So you may want to spend over $100.
Tretorn: Will take 40% off with code DAD40. Which is a code that’s okay to think about for as long as you need to.