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Issue Date:September 1998; VOL. 130, NO. 3
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COVER STORY: NICHOLAS CAGE's Suburban Nightmare: America's actor goes home, BY SCOTT RAAB. This is the house where Nic once lived, this is Long Beach, California, and this is his homecoming. He says he hasn't been back for twenty years, but what's with this creepy déjà vu vibe? Consult the writing on the wall.
JEFF GEORGE, ALL AMERICAN, by Tom Junod. He can make coaches weep with his miraculous rising spiral. The Raider's QB may be the losingest quarterback in the NFL, but that doesn't mean he isn't splendid.
OLD, by Mike Sager. GLENN SANBERG Is a man of years -- shaped, nicked, filled up, and pared down by more than his biblical he isn't splendid.
span of time. He is old.
He has been old far longer than he was ever young.And he is still waiting to grow up.
THE PARIAH, BY CHARLES BOWDEN. Gary Webb reported what seemed to be the The Great Unknown story of the decade-and was humiliated and ultimately banished from journalism as a result. The funny thing is that he was right.
THE GREAT UNKNOWN, by PAUL ATTANASIO. A novelist, a ghostwriter, and a gun: excerpts from a new screenplay by America's top screenwriter. Esquire's exclusive first look at a major work in progress.
MAN AT HIS BEST: shoes with traction; the revoXutionin cheap wines; chattering with theSquirrel Nut Zippers; John EdgarWideman's new novel; Jamie Lee Curtisfrightens herself; the renaissance ofNew York's landmark restaurants; perfectmatches; and Dangerous Knowledge.
Green: How do you make a bundle in red-chip stocks? Very carefully. BY KEN KURSON.
The Screen: Director Carl Franklin's subdued new movie,One True Thing, is startling in its compassionate and savage frankness. BY DAVID THOMSON.
The Culture: Genteel 1930s St. Paul goes a little bit haywire inRobert Clark's utterly unforgettable crime novel Mr. White's Confession. BY GREIL MARCUS.
The Lives of Men: This is the life she wanted, isn't it? Sofifteen years later, what is she still waiting for? BY ROBERT HUBER.
Fiction: You're very closeto losing everything that's sacred. "Providence," a debut short storyBY DAVID ABRAMS.
America: Lincoln Spooris a man with a mission. He yearnsto bring Krispy Kreme to a faithless,doughnutless land. But the roadto Las Vegas is not paved withpowdered sugar. BY MARTHA SHERRILL.
The MaleAnimal: Strength, speed, agilitycoordination, intelligence. Sounds like the NFL Combine. And like the foundationof every healthy man's life. Bronco running back TerrellDavis shows you the NFLway to fitness.
The Perfect Man: The sense of smell: dirty socks, Vicks VapoRub,dow putty the perfect Scotch. Our hero learns to rejoice in his sniffer's neglected gifts. BY CAL FUSSMAN.
Snap Fiction: It's mating season. And Jimmy knows what to stay away from this time of year. BY TONY EARLEY.
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