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Duke Cannon’s Homespun Cold Remedies

For years, consumers have trusted Duke Cannon to deliver quality grooming goods and medical advice with no grounding in real science. Combining the latest in medical research with unsolicited advice from our moms, we’ve assembled the Top 5 ways to fight the sniffles, shivers, and the “oh my God, a piece of my lung just came up” coughs.

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Bold Predictions for the New Year

Truth be told, Duke Cannon isn’t much of a soothsayer, but considering that our journal is the sole source of world news for at least seven people, we feel it’s our journalistic responsibility to issue our own prognostications for 2018. Based largely on our conversations with Herb at the VFW, here are the top 5 predictions for the new year.

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Your Custom-Curated, Personalized Gift Guide

For the past 12 years, we have been hard at work to create the most customized and personally-curated gift guide known to man. Working alongside the finest minds in Silicon Valley, we have mined Big Data to learn everything about you and your family so that we can provide you the most helpful and specific recommendations allowable by law.

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Manly Movements That Never Took Off

Originating in 1999, Movember has grown into one of the more successful, if not occasionally creepy, movements in recent history. Other movements, however, have not been so fortunate. In today’s article, we shine a light on the manly movements that never quite gained momentum.

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DIY Tips for a Duke Cannon Halloween

Duke Cannon has never gone to a pop-up Halloween store located in an old Blockbuster. Truth be told, Duke Cannon isn’t much of a “Halloween Guy,” but he believes that, if you’re going to do something, you might as well do it right. So here are some time and money-saving tips for DIY costumes you won’t be ashamed of.

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Unsung Innovation That Changed The Game

Every year or so, a bunch of smart folks put on their best turtlenecks and discuss the latest gizmos and gadgets that are now essential to our existence. And while Duke Cannon might take a pass on the newest $1000 telephone, it got us thinking about other unsung innovations that have truly made a difference for mankind.

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Duke Cannon Salutes Bygone Trades

Duke Cannon views Labor Day as a chance to give thanks to all those who bust their ass for a living and salute the many occupations and trades that are either no longer with us, or have been placed on the endangered jobs list. So be sure to enjoy your grilled meats over the long weekend, but raise a glass to pay tribute to some occupations, like the ones below, that you just don’t see that often anymore.

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Duke Cannon Visits Your State Fair

Compared to a county fair, your State Fair features rides that are less sketchy, music that is generally palatable, food more edible, and hiring criteria that’s a bit tighter. Or, said another way: pretty much everything that makes America great. Having virtually attended every State Fair through Google, here are our favorite attractions we’d like to see if we could get the day off.

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Duke Cannon’s Favorite Subject: Shop Class

Duke Cannon did all his back-to-school buying at hardware stores and lumber yards. Lately, it seems, classes where teenagers build things, fix things, and learn the difference between slip-joint and needle-nose pliers have become an afterthought for many schools. And this seems totally un-American. Here’s our rationale for why shop class needs to make a strong comeback:

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Duke Cannon’s Summer Reading List

Just because summer is about halfway over doesn’t mean it’s too late to start plowing through Duke Cannon’s essential summer reading list. But just a warning: if you’re looking for the latest teenage vampire drama, the next fad diet, or the next blockbuster movie, you may want to check out Oprah’s Book Club instead. For truly productive reads, check our top picks:

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