The ultimate longhair anthem, “I feel like letting my freak flag fly,” and we still do. “Almost Cut My Hair” galvanized a community that refused to conform—and lives on today.
Meet longhaired blue collar badass DMAXRYNO, and a brand dedicated to the blue collar worker. Because if there’s anything you want in life, you gotta Workforit.
As the debate intensifies over the best hair in rock and roll, we can all agree that long hair goes with rock music like electric guitars and amplified sound.
As the square footage has expanded so has the spirit; just watching you can feel a palpable energy reverberating off the freshly-painted warehouse walls.
San Diego native Regan Russell questions pop culture, identity and celebrity in his humorous art. Get connected with Regan on the Let It Ride podcast.
San Diego artists Paul Jiminez and Signe Ditona strive to build unity through art, with a positive influence on the community. Get to know Ground Floor Murals on episode 101 of Let It Ride.
Gather ‘round the proverbial campfire for tales of the roughinest, toughinest gunslingers, mountain men and longhairs of the old west you ever did see!
Fighting in the Sangin Valley, Afghanistan, Jose Mejia has been in some gunfights…but it was his Chamorro culture that led him to grow long hair.
Your hair homie is the person who influenced you to grow long hair—not someone famous, but someone you know. My hair homie was a legend…and a tragedy.
San Diego rapper Teddy Benson and actor/model/producer California Jones offer two black men’s perspectives on long hair, race and Black History Month.
How do we define our masculinity? Does long hair make us more or less masculine? Here El Rizado considers how men express our masculinity—and the role of long hair.
Let it Ride Episode 55: A Fireside Reading of “Long Hair and Short Shorts”View Post
This edition of Beyond The Locks brings you a spiritual longhaired artisan, Alejandro Carillo, a musician, entrepreneur and rebel at heart. In this behind-the-scenes interview, Alejandro shares how having long hair transformed his sense of being and why he continues to grow his hair.
Respect isn’t something we’re born with, it’s something we learn. The journey from being a short haired man to a longhair can teach men respect and understanding for women’s hair routines.
Here’s how one of us discovered what goes into their daily routine and what he ultimately walked away with.
He’s a true creator. An advocate for the black community. And a hair guy. Listen to your boys talking long hair with Maurice Cherry on The Longhairs podcast.
“I don’t call women bitches.” This and other best practices, dos and don’ts, and why we should honor women, in A Man’s Guide to International Women’s Day.
Celebrating Black Men With Long HairView Post
For the first post in our Longhair Traditions series, we look at long hair in Native American culture, from what it means to why it’s important.