“I certainly haven’t always been a good man as far as I understand it and define it,” Mr. Denizet-Lewis said.
Mr. Matlack also readily copped to past indiscretions: “My core story is that I’ve been sober for 14 years,” he said, “and got thrown out of the house when I was the CFO of a very large media company, for being a drunk and a cheat.” (That large media company was The Providence Journal, whose cable business Mr. Matlack sold for $1.4 billion; he has also worked for Houghton Mifflin and Goldman Sachs.)
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“Meditating gives me energy,” he told me with the seriousness that only a 6-year-old can muster.
Fortunately, and just in time for Father’s Day, The Good Men Project Magazine launched online this week, offering alternative views of truly modern dads and other men. Those who are already familiar with The Good Men Project from the anthology and documentary that came out last year know that the men behind it are on a mission. As co-founder Tom Matlack puts it on the magazine’s site, they want to answer a basic question: “What does it mean to be a good man, anyway?”
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