If you haven’t heard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (man, still not used to that) has finally busted out of his 20-season-long marriage with the New England Patriots. So, naturally, he’s a
Fresh off a huge WFH sale a few weeks ago, the most-delicious sounding website on the internet is back with yet another banger of a promotion, this time featuring up to 30 percent off a wide selection
I have all kinds of problems with the president*’s endless shilling for hydroxychloroquine as his personal magic potion against the pandemic. Some of them are rooted in the fact that the president* doesn’t
Trump Said the Quiet Part Out Loud on Vote-By-Mail: Republicans Think They Can't Win When More People Vote
Republicans do not want more people to vote. This has been clear for close to a decade. After the Obama coalition swept to power in 2008 and retained the White House in 2012, Republicans had a choice:
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John Prine has plans for the afterlife. “I’m gonna get a cocktail: vodka and ginger ale,” the folk icon sang, playfully and plainly, over a kazoo and a barroom piano late on his 2018 LP, Tree of Forgiveness.
On the day everything went to shit, SportsCenter anchor Elle Duncan drove to ESPN’s offices in Bristol, CT, thinking she’d be on air for a half hour, noon to 12:30, no co-anchor required. All she had do
When times were rough, my dad used to always say we were "up shit creek without a paddle." I'd heard the saying my whole life. When you were up shit creek, without a paddle no less, it was because things
Sony dropped a surprise announcement showing off the new gaming controller for the PlayStation 5 on Tuesday afternoon. The thing is called DualSense: God’s Favorite Controller. Okay, they didn't include
The first things that hit my electric Twitter machine feed Tuesday morning were photos and videos of Wisconsin voters, most of them masked and distanced socially, waiting in line to vote in that state’s
We love us some major watch brands at Esquire, but that doesn't mean we're watch snobs. In fact, we always have one eye open for the unexpected steal. And some of the most interesting developments in watch
Inspectors general in this administration seem to have the job security once enjoyed by the No. 3 men in al Qaeda. Now, it seems, the coronavirus relief fund is open for whatever shady business occurs
To lighten the load, let’s take a look at what a truly competent leader can do in a crisis. From the Washington Post: Two days later, Ardern delivered a televised address from her office — the first time
In the three weeks since Netflix released its runaway hit docuseries Tiger King, Americans have become obsessed with the wild world of Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as Joe Exotic. His bizarre
How do you make a grail, well…grail-ier? The Air Jordan 1 is already an icon, a universally beloved sneaker with 35 years of history and a tendency to sell out with each subsequent release. How do you
Honestly, I thought the drama surrounding the elections on Tuesday in Wisconsin where, for the purpose of keeping a state supreme court seat, the Republicans in the legislature forced voters to choose
In 1921, white mobs attacked Tulsa's Greenwood district, then home to one of America’s most prosperous black communities. Hundreds were murdered, and dozens of city blocks filled with black-owned homes
He Spent His Career Helping Films Like Avatar Come to Life. Now He's Using His Expertise to Fight the Coronavirus.
A little after 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, Gary Martinez received a flurry of texts from one of his co-workers at Technoprops, a division of Industrial Light & Magic, the visual effects and animation founded
Whether it's a movie, a TV show, a book, an album, a podcast, or whatever—we all have that one piece of culture that brings us comfort in good times and in bad. So, we're asking celebrities (who might
The firing of Michael Atkinson as the inspector general of the intelligence community was assured the moment he chose actually to do his job. Nevertheless, the president*, demonstrating the sheer courage
It’s never too late to do the right thing, but Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers came awfully close. From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Evers on Monday issued an executive order that bars in-person voting