Here’s what happened when writer Terry Southern and photographer Michael Cooper flew in to cover it—with William S. Burroughs and Jean Genet along for the ride.
Back in the heyday of malls, Esquire sent Bob Greene to the suburbs to observe a pair of teenage boys loitering in Schaumburg’s “cathedral of consumption.”
The celebrated short-story writer and recent debut novelist discusses his formative years in and around the city of his birth.
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A new documentary explores the public intellectuals’ televised spats, but you’ll have to flip through the pages of Esquire to find the most potent examples of their mutual acrimony.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 223
Vintage Attraction cannot possibly be that bad unless it was intentional. Can it?
The fashion I.Q. of the average American male is soaring, T magazine conveniently discovers.
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, November 19, 2012
I have a personal reason for appreciating Robert Caro
Rod Blagojevich’s latest infamous quote – about which I can only be surprised that he can even manage to screw up a SOP reference to a hardscrabble upbringing – is hamfisted and idiotic, as we have come to expect, but it’s not really any worse than the Esquire author’s participation in the Blagojevich Rehabilitation Carnival […]
Three Chicago restaurants make Esquire’s list of the best restaurants of 2008.
A rising-star economist thinks culture doesn’t matter.