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Esquire April 2017

Esquire is a funny, informative, connected magazine that covers the interests of American men—all the interests of the American man: Politics, style, advice, women, health, eating and drinking, the most interesting people of our time. All that and it’s the most-honored monthly magazine in history.

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add some flair to your game

Spring. When our thoughts turn to getting back outdoors; when we feel those first warm breezes that awaken in our mind all that is possible once again, all that we will achieve in the months ahead. Spring. When all we want to do is make like Clint Eastwood on Rome’s Via Veneto in 1965 and get on our board and ride, ride, ride, and just leave the world turning its head as it watches us—a man owning the street, forging his own path. For more men with flair, turn to page 48 of The Code. Live like a king: Enter for a chance to win a trip for two to the premiere of Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, including airfare, a two-night hotel stay, and $500 cash. Plus,…

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contributors

Edward Conlon Author of “NYPD Black,” page 104 Credentials: Former NYPD detective; author of the best seller Blue Blood. What those careers have in common: “You find out what you can about a story, try to make sense of it, and tell it the way you see it.” Hopes to witness: An arrest in the story he’s working on next. Hawre Khalid Photographer of “Goodbye, My Brother,” page 84 Credentials: His work has been featured in National Geographic, The Washington Post, and Time. Hometown: Kirkuk, Iraq. Where he: Started to work as a photojournalist in 2007 during the Al Qaeda in Iraq attacks. Hopes to witness: “A time when there is no war to cover.” Alex Belth Author of “Maverick of the Month,” page 70 Credentials: Editor of Esquire Classic, Esquire’s digital archive (classic.esquire.com); archivist at Deadspin. Not to mention: An…

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wild hair

In addition to feelings, interior decorating, and The Crown, one of the most obvious of the many subjects modern man cares a lot about but rarely if ever discusses openly is his hair. Consider for a moment how five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady, who appears to have worn his more ways than Lady Gaga, is largely mum on the subject. Or recall the recent news that François Hollande was found to be spending eleven thousand dollars (eleven thousand dollars!) a month (a month!) on his clip-on helmet of Lego locks. Before that, le silence. These days, in fact, the arenas of sports and politics surprisingly outshine almost all other realms of male vanity, fashion and Hollywood included. Colin Kaepernick’s protest was also cloaked in silence, for instance, but his flashback…

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yes, this is healthy

the Big Bite A Cultural Guide to Just Enough of Everything I smeared a thick coat of butter on a chewy slab of bread. In front of me was a bowl of hot broth, all glossy with melted bone marrow. I dunked the bread into the broth, curious about how the marrow and the butter would intermingle. Off to the side waited a plate of tartare; it had cheddar mixed in with the beef. A forkful of raw meat and sharp cheese on top of buttered sourdough? Count me in. Fatty and Conbloody, it was a repast worthy of a warrior on Game of Thrones. And I felt no guilt whatsoever, because this, I was told, also qualified as health food. My dinner took place at Hearth, a restaurant that has occupied…

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game-changing tricks from spring’s best new cookbooks

Scraps, Wilt + Weeds: Turning Wasted Food into Plenty, by Mads Refslund (Grand Central Life & Style, $35): Danish chef Refslund, one of the founders of Noma, in Copenhagen, shows you how to elevate your cooking by putting a stop to pointless squandering. Key trick: Don’t buy fresh herbs only to let them get all gloopy in the crisper drawer. Have them dry out naturally on the counter and then crumble them into flavor dust. (Also: No time to cook that fish fillet you bought? Pack it in salt.) Project 258: Making Dinner at Fish & Game, by Zakary Pelaccio and Peter Barrett (University of Texas Press, $50): Pelaccio and his wife, the fermentation sorceress Jori Jayne Emde, have carved out an enviable life for themselves within the farmhouse bohemia of New York’s…

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battle of the bald, ethnically ambiguous action heroes

EskyWisdom Improving your posture will make you feel better about having already bagged your New Year’s resolutions. VIN DIESEL Family connections: Stepfather an acting coach Previous experience: Nightclub bouncer, breakdancer, telemarketer Big break: Saving Private Ryan Major roles: Riddick, Xander Cage, Dominic Toretto, Groot Trademark: Deep voice Special skills: Sky snowboarding, extreme carjacking, motorcycle surfing Novel distinction: First actor with 100 million Facebook likes DWAYNE JOHNSON Family connections: Father and grandfather both pro wrestlers Previous experience: Canadian-football player, “The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment” Big break: 1998 King of the Ring tournament Major roles: Scorpion King, Hercules, Luke Hobbs, the Tooth Fairy Trademark: Raised eyebrow Special skills: “Rock Bottom,” “Spinebuster,” “People’s Elbow” Novel distinction: Most selfies in three minutes (105) Dry bar: It feels good to eschew booze now and then. But it gets boring. You thirst for something more, and options swing between bubbly water and mocktails that taste like premature dessert. Behold a curious new alternative: Rooted in apothecary…

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