Port bills itself as The Magazine for Men. But I honestly don't see anything about it that makes it particularly for men. A photographic essay on a remote village in South Africa, words and photos on the young assassins of Columbia, Nicholson Baker on David Remnick, sculpture, good design items (shelves, cups, tables), an interesting article about 85 year old green building visionary Harry Gesner, Joana and Joseph model clothes, something by Martin Amis, and interview with Sylvia Whitman, the (young) woman now in charge of the Shakespeare & Company.
And then a few words from Hunter S Thompson.
"I'm a romantic junkie both to the love and adventure ethic -- cursed and burdened and stooped all my life from carrying the albatross of the "Romantic Sensibility" -- like Shelley and Keats and Lord Byron and Big Sam Coleridge and Keith Richards and Bob Dylan. Let me plan a killer dinner party ... and let me invite all these guys"
You can order it online here.