Spy magazine has made a glorious but limited return to cover the election. Spy co-founder Kurt Andersen announced today that the magazine has returned as an online pop-up publication, which will run from today until Election Day and cover the [...]
Here's a sneak peek from Esquire Network's new series Car Matchmaker, in which comedian and former Seinfeld writer Spike Feresten uses his automobile knowledge to pair guests up with the perfect car. In tonight's hourlong episode, Ferensten's [...]
"I was talking to Chris Rock the other day about taking the Letterman job. I was trying to convince him to take it. He says, 'Absolutely no possible way.' Both of us are out when you hear 'makeup everyday.' You hear that and I'm out."
The elusive Bill Murray did a rare interview with Esquire out today, but unfortunately, it's entirely focused on his love of baseball and vodka instead of on comedy or movie stuff. There's still plenty of interesting stuff, like Murray calling [...]
"I love Mel Brooks. And I've had wonderful times working with him. But I don't see any similarities between Mel and myself except, you know, we're both short Jews. That's where it ends. His style of humor is completely different. But Bob Hope? [...]
As part of their Valentine's Day coverage, Esquire asked some female comedians and writers to opine on the subject of romance. Included is this piece by The Office's and Bridesmaids' Ellie Kemper on the value of fresh breath. It's advice that's [...]
As noted in my recent piece on Bob Einstein's lost classic comedy book, the real comic genius in the Einstein family is little brother Albert, who took to the stage under the name Albert Brooks. A year after Bob's publishing debut, Albert made [...]