A new camera would be a great gift for an aspiring filmmaker — or just a student who’s excited to share their study-abroad experience with family and friends. “I love making videos, so having something smaller and easier to transport would be awesome,” says Howard Lin, a senior at University of Florida. “My dream would be the Sony Alpha A9, but it costs quite a bit so most likely not. I think a Sony Rx100 Mark V.”
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No sport mingles triumph and tragedy with quite the discomfiting ease of boxing, and no documentary has better captured that duality than Ron Berger's 2005 film about the life and career of former welterweight great Emile Griffith. Although the movie is more than a decade old, its themes and subtexts feel more bracingly relevant then ever. A must for any fight fan.
Our gifts for sports fans will definitely get him ready for the big game. Whether you choose a personalized stein to hold his favorite game day refreshments, or a bartending kit for his man cave that all his buddies will admire, paying tribute to his love of the game is definitely going to have you hitting a home run, no matter the occasion. You’ll find sports gift ideas for a range of different sporting events; from basketball to baseball, football to golf, the gang’s all here. Personalized kitchenware can combine his love of sports with practical items he’ll get use from every day, and wall plaques that display his favorite moments of the game will be the perfect décor.
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'Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto' Any serious griller will appreciate this barbecue guide by Aaron Franklin, arguably the nation's most celebrated pitmaster and owner of Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Triumph at your next tailgate with Franklin's tips on customizing your smoker, creating perfect fires, sourcing top-quality meat and cooking delicious barbecue.
Post-college is a lot of fun and a lot of excitement, but many recent graduates will find that they miss the clear goals given in their 15 or so years of schooling. The Best Self Co. Journal helps people map out their five- or 10-year plans in a tangible, easily managed way. It's a nice and low-pressure way to provide growth and direction after graduation.
Even if you try to avoid last-minute gift shopping, the holidays always seem to bring out the worst in shoppers. People get competitive, impatient and it's really no surprise when you consider the overall ambiance of the gifting season: dizzying lights, warbling choral music on repeat, fake Santas and bratty kids, packed parking lots and the pressure to please everyone — and then some. Hardly what you'd expect from a time touted as being reserved for charitable acts and peace on earth (OK, maybe that's a little over the top).
A cookbook is always a good gift for a beginner cook, and Amanda Cohen, chef and owner of Manhattan’s Dirt Candy, relied on this one when she was in college. “Will you ever cook from it? Well, I did when I was in university, and the approachable recipes were a great way to ease me into the kitchen,” she said, adding, “And for me, it’s almost like a scrapbook, reminding me of when I tried to make Gypsy Soup, of hours spent poring over the recipes for Vegetable and Walnut Pate, Stuffed Eggplant, and Lentil burgers, trying to figure out how to tweak these dishes to make them better, learning from what they were doing, and slowly, page by page, without even knowing it, becoming a chef.”