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Two Fil-Am artists on living the dream.
Guapdad 4000 (real name Akeem Douglas Hayes) released his first studio album Dior Deposits in 2019, but he’s been making music since he was a kid. Growing up in a biracial home (his mom is Filipino, his dad is African-American), Guap draws ...
 
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Add the songs of this R&B and soul singer to your make-out playlist, stat.
Pink Sweat$ is in the middle of moving to a new home when Esquire Philippines caught up with him via Zoom. Moving is stressful for a lot of people, but Sweat$ doesn’t seem to mind.ALSO READ: MUSIC An Oral History of Mayric’s: “Where ...
 
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The youngest son of the late Danding Cojuangco gives us a peek into his garage and opens up about life with a very controversial last name.
When he was four years old, Carlos “Charlie” Cojuangco almost died. He was riding in one of the family cars—a 1962 Bentley Continental S2—from Sta. Mesa to Pasay City, when he felt faint and almost passed out. He would find out later ...
 
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The British-American actress plays Jean Milburn on Netflix's new comedy, Sex Education.
Gillian Anderson is bidialectical: Having spent significant parts of her life in both the USA and the UK, she speaks both Her Majesty’s English and American English fluently. She switches accents depending on her location and role: see Gillian Anderson in The ...
 
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Actor Diego Luna is the star of the upcoming Netflix series Narcos: Mexico, in which he portrays Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, a Mexican drug lord who almost single-handedly created the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s.
ESQUIRE PHILIPPINES: One of the things we've always loved about your work is that we never know what role you're going to inhabit next. How did you decide to say yes to playing Gallardo?DIEGO LUNA: I sat down with [showrunner] Eric Newman and he ...
 
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The Hong Kong-based news correspondent talks about online trolls, raising strong girls and unforgettable interviews.
While CNN News correspondent Kristie Lu Stout has spent almost two decades reporting news to the public, it was news from her nine-year-old daughter back in Hong Kong that she first shared with Town&Country.“At her elementary school, she’s just started a friendship ...
 
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In preparation for this year's Frankfurt Book Fair (11 to 15 October 2017), Karina Bolasco interviews its CEO, Juergen Boos.
If your knees weaken when you are in a bookstore, not knowing which section to turn to, and which book to first open, you will go crazy at the Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF), the world's oldest and largest book fair, where there ...
 
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Lauded artist Manuel Ocampo on how the market affects the work.
He attempts to give me a 10-minute summary of his 30-year career that spans three continents, but I have done my homework and know that he has downplayed all that he has accomplished, and has done so without the acerbic wit and ...
 
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The entrepreneur on the challenges of running drive-in hotels and the things he wants you to know him for.
Consistency. Our goal is to delight our guests every time. It sounds really simple and boring, but being able to deliver a consistent level of delight is harder than I would have ever imagined.It was always an option. My father never pushed ...
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