Most of you probably remember that New York Times Magazine article about Grups - thirty and forty somethings who refuse to grow up. That fundamental idea has been expanded upon...

Most of you probably remember that New York Times Magazine article about Grups – thirty and forty somethings who refuse to grow up.  That fundamental idea has been expanded upon in a new book by Neal Pollack, entitled, Alternadad.

Leah McLaren of Globe and Mail has a somewhat more cynical assessment towards the whole Gen X–aternadad-grup thing, as well as the new book.   

In his new book, Alternadad, American writer Neal Pollack explores a hipster's journey through fatherhood. It involves a lot of watching The Wiggles in a dumpy row house in Austin, Tex., where he and his wife choose to live because hey, South by Southwest rocks.

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