Great Men Die Twice: Muhammad Ali In Decline

Originally published in the June 1989 issue of Esquire. Republished here with the permission of the late author's son, Mark Kram Jr., a wonderful storyteller in his own right. His postscript follows. For a contemporary, but very different, glimpse of Ali, check out Davis Miller's story about his day with the champ. » 9/11/13 4:35pm 9/11/13 4:35pm

The Most Wonderfully Unrealistic Gear from CES 2013

At CES every year, we cover hundreds of products. They're usually only barely differentiated from previous models. But sometimes, companies trot out devices and technology that could bring something new and wonderful to the market—it's just too bad the odds of this vaporware ever being for sale are slim to nil. Here's… » 1/10/13 2:40pm 1/10/13 2:40pm

Who's Got The Best Insides? Ward's "Interiors of the Year" Results

They may not compare to the sumptuous 1978 Continental Mark V 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Edition (pictured), but today's car interiors were recently scrutinized by Ward's and by members of the auto industry. It was part of Ward's Auto Interiors show 2007, recently held at Detroit's Cobo Center. The winners were… » 6/07/07 7:54am 6/07/07 7:54am