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Issue Date:DECEMBER, 2004; Vol. 142, No. 6
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COVER: THE BEST & BRIGHTEST. BILL MURRAY: Will somebody PLEASE Give this man an Oscar?
THE BEST & BRIGHTEST:
THE MASTER: BILL MURRAY: "Isn't it great?" says Murray, chewing a breakfast burrito in his satellite-equipped trailer before heading out for a scene in which Sharon Stone will try to seduce him. "This is movie life. This is one of the good things." By Scott Raab.
ART & CULTURE:
THE NEXT SHAPE: Notes from an investigation into the state of American architecture, featuring design stars David Childs and David Rockwell, and pilgrimages to the World Trade Center site, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the local Target. By Tom Chiarella.
Yves Behar, design humanist.
James Corner, urban landscape visionary.
Winka Dubbeldam, street architect.
Marwan Al-Sayed, desert builder.
The Rise of the Real: The novel's in trouble, Fahrenheit 9/11 trumped Spiderman 2, and it's the same all across the cultural landscape. Fiction's out. Welcome to the Nonfiction Universe. By Chuck Klosterman.
Clifford Ross, hyperrealist photographer.
The Defamer, Hollywood truth teller.
Paul Thompson, deep-source historian.
Evan Rachel Wood, ingenue.
Serj Tankian, musical agitator.
Zach Helm, screenwriter.
Jehane Noujaim, documentary filmmaker.
Mos Def, movie star.
The New Man: Are we on the verge of seizing our own biological future? Individually? These two scientists are trying to make it so. By Tom Junod.
Richard Pyle, extreme diver.
Miguel Nicolelis, Jose Carmena, prosthetic pioneers.
The Comet Busters, space investigators.
The Living Machines: Ingenious innovators Trey Taylor, Richard Meagher, and John Todd are using answers from nature to solve some of our most intractable technological problems. By Bucky McMahon.
Anthony Atala, regenerative surgeon.
Bill Stone, space-age Cortes.
The Next Way to Give: After he launched eBay, Pierre Omidyar found himself $10 billion richer. Now he wants to give it away. And to do that , he's creating a whole new kind of philanthropy. By John H. Richardson.
Steven Levitt, rogue economist.
Noah Feldman, constitutional scholar.
The Iraq Generation: A new class of American leaders is being forged from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Colby Buzzell, war blogger.
Paul Rieckhoff, soldiers' advocate.
Christopher Allbritton, the next war correspondent.
Teru Kuwayama, photojournalist.
Charles Swift, Pentagon quixote.
Space Elevator: a freight elevator straight out of sci-fi.
Talking Gloves: wearable sign-language translators.
Self-Cooling Beer Can: your last sip is colder than your first.
Metal Rubber: crazy together.
THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST: THE ALUMNI: First appearing in these pages in December 2002, the Best and the Brightest continue on their paths of inspiration and accomplishment. Here's what some past honorees have been up to in the last year, and it's nothing short of creating the future.
REGULAR FEATURES, COLUMNS AND DEPARTMENTS:
Funny Joke From a Beautiful Woman (Kristin Kreuk).
The Awards: The Seven Most Remarkable Things in Culture This Month.
And How About Some Chili to Go with That Brew?.
Esquire Style Secret of the Month: The Savile Row Fold.
The New American Beauty: The Oven Stuffer.
A Writer We Love: Helen Walsh.
Big Important Book of the Month: The Pacific and Other Stories by Mark Helprin.
Advertisements for Ourself.
MOVIES: How the Mighty Have Fallen: Depp is J. M. Barrie. Neeson is Alfred Kinsey. Spacey is Bobby Darin. The season of the ego-stroking, Oscar-eating biopic is upon us. By Mike D'Angelo.
Q+A: Laura Linney.
MUSIC: The One Band You Must See Next Year: It's not hard to find the Polyphonic Spree irresistible. See it once and you'll be back again. By Scott Frampton.
This Month's Music Lesson: An Open Letter to D'Angelo. By John Mayer.
The Best Value in Music.
ANSWER FELLA: Corpses, Gender Inequality, Bobwhites & Blackjack.
THE ESQUIRE CATALOG: Peak Performance: This winter, getting the most out of your day means having exactly the right equipment, on the mountain and off.
CHUCK KLOSTERMAN'S AMERICA: Rock Is Dead: Does rock 'n' roll still matter to anyone who doesn't read rock magazines? By Chuck Klosterman.
Advancement: The Musical.
SPORTS: The Most Dangerous Fighter in the World: Boxer Kassim Ouma's journey may be the most astonishing story in pro sports. By Johnny Dwyer.
Shameful Days in the Dark.
Ten Things You Don't Know About Women: Including the three words you must never say to them. By Maria Bartiromo.
THE DIGITAL LIFE: Welcome Home, Futureman: A tour of the wired home, with the smartest, sharpest, sweetest stuff of your tech dreams.
My Castle: Esquire's gadget guy builds his ultimate bathroom. By Barry Sonnenfeld.
Sex: The mono-orgasmic woman, and the two-man girlfriend. By Stacey Grenrock Woods.
THE RESTLESS MAN: Skiing the Backcountry: Day one of skiing the deep backcountry begins with "beyond-expert conditions." By Chris Nuttall-Smith.
Drug of the Month: Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM).
Ask Dr. Oz.
ESQUIRE FICTION: Happy?: Add up vodka tonics, movies, and Pop-Tarts . . . then subtract sleeping with your girlfriend's best friend. By Benjamin Alsup.
THE GAME: The Runaway: When Ricky Williams disappeared after quitting the NFL last summer, the author found him. An odyssey into organic farming, killer blunts, cuttthroat poker, and long, stoned days of truth. By Chris Jones.
THIS WAY OUT: The Five Most Regrettable Tattoos of 2004 By Brian Frazer.
The Sound and the Fury, Contributors, Editor's Letter.
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