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In Hollywood, An Urban Legend Worth A Fact-Check np...
"The first time I got introduced to the term “merkin” was through the wonderful late Ben Gazzara..."
The real action was in Compton, south of Pico’s cultural capital, a town your average Hollywood music exec could not find on a map despite being less than 20 miles from Sunset Boulevard.
The chef had cooked at some real quality joints, including Laguna Beach's Picayo. And while he'd served his fair share of petulant customers, he had not officially cooked for babies.
Bigotry in America has marginalized a diverse range of minority culture. “I was expecting it to get more attention as well, the numbers are so startling,” says Turner....
Hey Musicians, Would it Kill You to Get a Job? — Cu...
Steven Villegas fancied a man-skirt. Turns out he wasn't the only one.
by Donnell Alexander, taken from ESPN The Magazine's 2009 "bookazine" on Michael Jordan.
Early in the spring of 1982, when he was a skinny freshman at North Carolina, before he had enough fans to start his own religion, Michael Jordan was largely unknown outside the state.
Dock Ellis and Gaylord Perry, together again. A visual meditation on cheating, from my enhanced ebook Beyond Ellis D.
Down and out in Portland: Lean seasons had always b...
In early 1997, I lived in a barely gentrifying ’hood just south of Hollywood — a couple of blocks northeast of Pico and LaBrea. Paul Tullis, a scribe I knew from the San Francisco non-fiction storytelling scene, emailed me about possibly writing an essay on race and cool for Might, the magazine he edited with Dave Eggers and a troika of other Caucasian provocateurs.
What Dock Ellis Taught Me About Drugs, Spitballs, H...
DJs Egyptian Lover and Arabian Prince return to celebrate an unsung chapter of L.A. hip-hop history
Los Angeles City Beat 07/28/05
Spree had one set of rules. P.J. had another. The clash was inevitable.
From ESPN The Magazine's debut issue.