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  • Celebrate The Return Of “House of Cards” With Kate Mara’s Hot GQ Shoot [7 Photos]

    Alone on Valentine’s Day? Why not spend it with Kate Mara? For all the lonely binge watchers out there, Netflix has given the gift of season 2 of the critically acclaimed political drama “House of Cards.” Kate Mara, the lovely star of the show, sat down with GQ for the March issue for this photo shoot along with a quick interview. In addition to “House of Cards,” Mara also talks football in the interview. She’s true NFL royalty, with her mom’s family running the Steelers and her dad’s family owning the Giants. Who could be better date on Valentine’s Day than a hot chick who gets great free seats to football games?

  • Bill Murray gets the cover of GQ in January

    GQ has just named Bill Murray the cover face for the new year, giving us all hope for a great 2013.  They talk “playing FDR, bantering through a Hyde Park accent and cigarette holder, batting away murmurs of another Oscar nomination. But has the comic giant just gotten too damn beloved and too damn acclaimed for his own liking?” We don’t think so. See all 18 photos on GQ.com >>

  • GQ Names Louisville “The Manliest Town in America”

    Yeah, yeah, Chicago has broader shoulders. But when it comes to the masculine arts—bourbon, baseball, bettin’ the ponies—good luck topping Louisville. And don’t worry, the city’s not just coasting on its history. Lou-uh-vul strikes a balance between the traditions for which it’s justly famous and a right-now vibe that gives the town and its 750,000 residents a kind of courtly southern swagger. The gentlemen of Louisville know how to compliment a woman—and do so often. Of all the cities in the United States, quién es más macho? After spending a long weekend in Louisville, Kentucky, GQ has our answer. Read: GQ’s The Manliest Town in America

  • A Brief History of “Tebow Time”

    Not even Jesus can save his passing game, and yet Tim Tebow somehow dominated the league last season, captivating Denver and much of this God-fearing nation with his messianic confidence and fourth-quarter miracle work. Michael Silver talks to the kid’s coaches, teammates, and opponents and asks them: How did he do that, and will it ever happen again? Read Michael Silver’s “The Year of Magical Stinking: An Oral History of Tebow Time”