August 12, 2004 |
Andre 3000 is the world's best-dressed man, according to Esquire magazine. "He's a complete individual," Nick Sullivan, Esquire's fashion director, said Tuesday. "But that's really the point." Andre 3000 is the usually-over-the-top-dressed half of hip-hop duo OutKast. Some of the 30-year-old's fashion outings include: a lime green jacket at the 2004 Grammy Awards, candy apple red fur for the VH1 Big in 2003 ceremony and a pink-on-pink ensemble for the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
August 12, 2003 |
Esquire has canceled a movie review it had commissioned ex-New York Times reporter Jayson Blair to write for its November issue. Blair, who resigned from the Times after editors learned he had embellished and plagiarized parts of dozens of reports, was to have reviewed "Shattered Glass," a film about another journalist found to have fabricated stories, Stephen Glass.
July 26, 2003 |
Esquire magazine has hired Jayson Blair, the New York Times reporter who was fired for plagiarizing and fabricating material, to review an upcoming film about a fellow perpetrator of journalistic fraud. Editor in chief David Granger said he liked the idea of having Blair weigh in on "Shattered Glass," about Stephen Glass, who fabricated 27 of the 41 articles he wrote for the New Republic.
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June 4, 2003 |
Phil Spector, the famed record producer who has been under investigation since the February shooting death of a woman at his Alhambra mansion, describes the incident as a bizarre suicide in an upcoming magazine article that offers his first public comments on the case. "She kissed the gun," Spector is quoted as saying in an Esquire magazine article that is scheduled to hit newsstands next week. "I have no idea why -- never knew her, never even saw her before that night.... There's no case.
August 2, 2001 |
"The Enlightened Man," a profile of Minnesota Viking Pro Bowl offensive tackle Korey Stringer, will run in the September issue of Esquire magazine. However, because of Stringer's death Wednesday, Esquire posted the story in its entirety on http://www.esquire.com, the magazine's Web site, with an editor's note about his death as a preface.
January 17, 1998 |
O.J. Simpson compared himself in a recent television interview to Jesus and Moses and Job, and declared that he was merely speaking hypothetically when he told Esquire magazine that if he had killed his former wife, he would have done it "because I loved her very much." In an interview Thursday with the sports cable channel ESPN, Simpson said he made the comment hypothetically "as part of a scenario of things." It has since been taken out of context, he said.