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El Chapo and the Secret History of the Heroin Crisis If you wonder why America is in the grips of a heroin epidemic that …

The Man Who Never Was The Fallbrook Midget Chiefs are fanned out across the field on a sunny autumn day in southern California, two …

Friendster: The Trials and Errors of a Silicon Valley Visionary Three guys sitting at a table in a Thai restaurant in San Francisco, talking …

An Oral History of Ghostbusters UPDATE:Soon, you can see it in theaters again! Aykroyd. Murray. Ramis. Reitman. Believe it or not, it was 30 …

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The Tinkerings of Robert Noyce Esquire Magazine,, December 1983, pp. 346-374.America is today in the midst of a great technological revolution. With the advent …

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What Do You Think of Ted Williams Now? Few men try for best ever, and Ted Williams is one of those. There’s a story …

v The Last American Hero Is Junior Johnson. Yes!: by Tom Wolfe Now one of America’s most legendary authors, Tom Wolfe broke out onto the …

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The Loser: The Most Honest Sports Story Ever Written At the foot of a mountain in upstate New York, about 60 miles from Manhattan, …

Why Are We So Obsessed with Israel? Jerusalem is everywhere. No matter where you are, Jerusalem is. The power of that holy city intrudes …

Frank Sinatra Has a Cold In the winter of 1965, writer Gay Talese arrived in Los Angeles with an assignment from Esquire to profile …