Tyghe Trimble is the Editor-in-Chief of Fatherly, the leading digital media brand for dads. Tyghe oversees Fatherly’s editorial team with the aim to create content that empowers readers to raise great kids and lead more fulfilling adult lives. Prior to Fatherly, Tyghe was the digital director of Men’s Journal, where he launched their website and grew the digital footprint of this storied magazine. Before that, he was the lead digital editor of Popular Mechanics, the 119-year-old Hearst publication. Prior to that, Tyghe was the news editor for Discover where he began a life-long passion for science, health, and environmental journalism.
A Family That Walks Together
The myriad benefits of walking are well-documented, for health and happiness. But if we force the kids to tag along, is it still a good walk?
These Are The 2023 Albums That Dads Really Want
From awesome reissues to new records from great artists, these are the albums that matter the most to the audiophile dad in your life.
Which 2023 Holiday Movie Should You See With Your Family?
Ranking the big-screen choices for families, by kid-friendliness and parent enjoyment.
LEGO Fortnite Is The Game Protective Parents Have Been Waiting For
There have been many LEGO video games but none that captured the experience of playing with LEGOs quite like this.
How Much Chocolate Are My Kids Going To Want After Seeing Wonka?
Is the new take on the Dahl book too scary for kids? How is the music? And will your kids be on a permanent sugar rush after seeing it? The editor-in-chief of Fatherly took two kids (6 &12) to the movie to find out
Families Who Ski Shouldn’t Sleep on the Epic Pass
The multi-mountain Epic Pass is essential for skiing families — and your last chance to get one is December 3rd.
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy Isn’t Dad Rock, You Are
The Wilco frontman’s sentimental, funny new book has one radical proposition: It doesn’t matter what you listen to.
A New Hampshire Lodge Offers The Epic Beauty Of A Mountain Vacation — With A Little Less Hardship
Build character in the mountains — but with enough luxury, comfort, and support so as to not scare off the kids.
They Don’t Build Amusement Parks Like This Anymore
45 years before Disney World there was a free-admission amusement park that had everything a family needed. It is still going strong today.
Jackson Lake Lodge Offers The Wildest Wyoming At Your Doorstep
The Tetons call, Yellowstone beckons, but one lodge reminds us that sometimes the place you sleep is the destination.
Brooklyn Is America’s Best Family Vacation Spot. Here’s Why.
Worried about the cost and hassle of the big city? Fuhgeddaboudit.
'One Piece' Is Violent, Goofy, Intense, And Heartfelt. In Other Words Perfect For Me And My Daughter
One dad’s path to loving One Piece.
Do Kids Today Care About '90s Nostalgia?
One dad tries to get his kid into TMNT with mixed results.
Your Rules Around Food Can Scar Your Kids. Here's How To Fix Them
Parents often model disordered eating to their children without even knowing it.
The 41 Greatest Public Shores In The U.S.
Beaches, lakefronts, and shorelines that are beautiful, pristine — and open to all.
Jason Bateman And Jason Sudeikis Duel Out Dad Styles
What are you wearing to the game?
Here Is Amanda Gorman’s “Banned” Inauguration Poem, A Must-Read For Americans Of All Ages
Consider the source material.
The 100 Best Kids TV Shows Of All Time
From modern classics to the shows we parents grew up on, there’s never been a better time to be a kid with a clicker.
Kelly Starrett’s Secret To The Good Life
The CrossFit guru, author, and dad to two teenage daughters seems to have it all figured out.
There’s Never Been A Fitness Book Quite Like This
Kelly and Juliet Starrett have made countless pros faster, fitter, and less injury-prone. Now 50, with two teen kids, the pair have set their sights on a tougher crowd: The rest of us.