2000 Playboys

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January
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Contents - Features - The Future (We put together the ultimate roundtable of seers - the likes of William Gibson, John Scully, Todd Rundgren and Nicholas Negroponte - to tell us what to expect), The Future Of Vice (Tacitus predicted, "There will be vice as long as there is man." Turns out the old Roman scold knew whereof he spoke), The Future Of Virtue (The prognosis for the good guys is a bit dodgier), That Was The Century That Was (The fads and foibles, decade by decade, in rhymed couplets), The Office Of The Future (Formfitting cubicles and a sexual stimulant released as an aerosol mist should make the workplace a lot cozier), Porn-O-Rama (In enlightening tour of the Institute for Pornographic Studies and it's Virtu-Screw 2000 prototype with the bodaciously breasted D. Julie Devine), Lists Of The Century (What would be a millennium be without lists? We compiled the only one you'll need), Cities On The Moon (A screed in which our favorite visionary predicts penal universities, government by women and the return of the pencil), Will Women Change? (Could they demand, gulp, emotional satisfaction?), Justice In The 21st Century (Racism, our unfinished business, remains the great divide), 1950: When Nothing Was The Same (Revisit a time when conformity and prudery ruled the land), Therre's No Space Like Home (The Playboy pad of tomorrow - it's very far-out), Money 2000 (Think boomers in their power years. Think Dow 41,000), The Playboy Puzzle Challenge (Solve these brainteasers and you could win a 100-year subscription), Playboy 1000 (Chastity belts. The plague. The forke. Lyfe was toughe for the medieval seeker of pleasure), Unheralded Innovations Of The 21st Century (We're talking recliners and panties and women's beach volleyball), 20Q - Rupert Everett (The unconventional heartthrob and star of My Best Friend's Wedding waxes witty on life in the movies, fashion and being gay), Global Shock (Postcolonial conflict is the new challenge to world stability) Interview - Hugh M. Hefner (The man who was singly responsible for making the last century fun has plenty to say about the future, about entertaining four girls in one bed and about the state of the union) Pictorials - Mini-Hef (Verne Troyer gets a waist-high view of how our founder lives - and survives to tell the tale; plus Midget Movie History), Centerfold Of The Century (We picture the 100 most fabulous women who've bisected Playboy - and rank them), Playmate 2000 (The greatest search ever resulted in the greatest find ever - identical twins with an amazing story to tell), The Year In Sex (You couldn't have asked for a zanier end to the 20th century), Playboy's Playmate Review (Get your phone cards, gentlemen. It's that time of the year again) Fiction - The Millennium Express (Picasso, Hemingway and Einstein bicker about blowing up the Louvre as civilization teeters), Smut Talk (Aliens in a Star Wars bar have a lively talk about, what else, sex), One Or Two Steps Behind (When it comes to hot and heavy romance, patience can be a virtue - or a big mistake) Notes and News - The World Of Playboy, Midsummer Night's Dream Party, The Playboy Forum (A certified agenda for the 21st century, why drug testing doesn't work, the war on drugs, Remedial Religion courses - they're a sin to miss), Playmate News
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February
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Contents - Features - Rage (It's the four-letter word of the millennium. Road rage, work rage, phone rage, gun-wielding rageaholics. Think school rage and spouse rage. Want to make something of it, chump?); Crime Fighters (Are you a zebra or a crocodile? A former NYPD cop and scam aficionado explains how predators work - and tells likely victims how not to get mugged); A Lifetime Of Sex (Our droll compadre has experienced the highs and lows of love and lust. He's been in the mountaintop, he's been on the desert floor. Now it turns our he's been taking notes); Don't Miss John McCain (So the man has a temper. So he has a few enemies back in Arizona. So he could be the Republican presidential candidate. We did our homework and it ought to be required reading); The Erotic Spirit (The German publisher Taschen has produced the best of sex and erotica. Don't call yourself a connoisseur until you've seen these offbeat rousing photos); Robert Schimmel's Money Shot (Never heard of him? You will. The guy who put the pee in pervert did a wickedly funny HBO comedy special that finally, after two decades, should make him a comic behemoth); 20Q: Steven Van Zandt (Springsteen, solo albums, the Sopranos - you name it, he does it. When he dropped by our Chicago office, we gave him an ashtray and picked his do-rag-covered brain) Fiction - Lucy (She's got great investment advice and she oozes sex. There's only one problem - she isn't human) Interview - Jeff Bezos (Don't hate him because his brainchild, Amazon.com, has made him richer than Ross Perot and Rupert Murdoch. Hate him because he's a decent guy who truly believes the customer comes first) Pictorials - Wet Dreams (Three Playmates go deep in Honduras and Fiji. Strap on your goggles); Playmate: Different Stores (In the Florida of gators and swamp, amazing creatures grow. Witness Suzanne Stokes); Angie Everhart (The redhead with legs made us believers in Sports Illustrated's swimmsuit issue. For Playboy she dropped the swimsuit) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Fight Night Party; The Playboy Forum (Y1L sex (as raunchy then as now); the failings of Janet Reno); Playmate News Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Travel; Living Online; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Men Of Style (We present ten fashionable guys most likely to inspire envy - and a clothes splurge); Man Seeks Virgin Powder (Let it snow. And let us show you what you used to know about backcountry skiing); Carroll's Cobra (Drool much? The Playmate of the Year's prize car is one mean machine) Reviews - Music (Paul McCartney's Run Devil Run; the new Counting Crows; blues); Movies (Holy Smoke - Harvey Keitel deprograms Kate Winslet; the glory of silent movies); Andy Kaufmania (Ten seminal scenes from the comic's very weird life); Video; Books (Carl Hiaasen's Kick Ass collection; Jesse Jackson talks to Playboy about wealth)
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March
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Contents - Features - Let's Go Racing (With crowds over 100,000, it's the largest spectator sport in the nation. Who wouldn't hang out to watch guys drive machines built like fighter planes at speeds greater than 200 mph? Beautiful women like to watch, too); The Return Of The Private Eye (With Cold War spooks lined up for unemployment benefits, the great American gumshoe is where the action is. We investigate the newest crop of hard-drinking, heat-packing PIs and see how they stack up); Jesse II (He's thrown a rod on a 1964 GTO. He's frightened Robert De Niro. He's signed a bill that would allow Minnesota farmers to grow industrial hemp. Jesse Ventura is so many things - well, gee, maybe he could be president); How To Be An Indie Movie Mogul (No budget - no problem. You don't need fancy lights and cameras to get action these days. As The Blair Witch Project proved, it's best just to get started with whatever equipment you can afford. Here's what to look for); 20Q: Cindy Margolis (With 60 million cyberbuddies, she has enough viewers to rival the Super Bowl. Her appearance on Howard Stern's show was his highest-rated episode ever. And her bikini poster cured a terminally ill teenager. Imagine what a downloaded Cindy will do for you); Top Guns (Science fiction flicks always have the coolest props - and the guns are the best of all. We've rounded up classic blasters from Star Wars and Planet of the Apes as well as the latest stuff. (Take you to our leader? Sorry, he's busy with the twins); City Girls - Episode 2: Sticky Fingers (Do you know the difference between a tortilla chip and an airstrip? Hint: It's a thong thing. This cable-ready conversation is hotter than Sex and the City and more revealing than a Brazilian wax job) Fiction - Monkey Forest Road (His best friend and business associate started knocking the bottom out of a Danish stewardess half his age. No big deal. But when the guy started wearing sarongs and hanging with a witch doctor while working on a hotel project in Bali, there was only one thing to do: Break out the scotch) Interview - Jon Stewart (Everybody knew he was very fast and very funny - he even had a deal with Letterman. But it took his gig on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart for him to score big. Being mistaken for that kid on Married With Children? He doesn't care) Pictorials - Mardi Gras 2000 (Every year New Orleans lets its hair down - and its shirts up. We show you what to expect); Playmate: Photogenic Lenz (She's a German-Italian-Dutch triple threat> Ja! Si! Ja!); Caprice (Britain's sultriest cover girl rips off the cover for Playboy) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Haunted House Party (The stars and celebs who showed up were downright scary); The Playboy Forum (Are SWAT teams out of control? An alarming report on the casualties; the HMH awards; drug war refugees); Playmate News (Hef's incredible Halloween bash; the X-treme Team; salutes to Dorothy Stratten and Jennifer Jackson, the first black Playmate) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyles - Extreme Yoga (Sure it's trendy and chic and all New York's finest love it. But don't be fooled - this is one serious workout); Moon Walk (One small step for Air Jordans, one giant step for fashion-conscious athletic shoes. T-minus two pages to liftoff) Reviews - Music (Perry Farrell returns to the fray; Rage still battles; Alanis unplugs; Dolly does bluegrass); Movies (Kirk Douglas glitters in Diamonds; Denzel is a tropical depression in Hurricane); Video (Marinara sauce spurts in Ur-spaghetti westerns; Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS, gets the boxed-set treatment); Books (Three dozen men try out for Chick for a Day; the history of lingerie; vintage sexploitation)
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April
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Contents - Features - Love And Death In The Desert (Far from the glitz of the Strip, Binion's Horseshoe was a no-frills gambler's mecca. One of the owners, Ted Binion, hung out at titty bars with guy named Fat Herbie. His ex-stripper girlfriend and her boyfriend are now on trial for his murder); Big Bizness (From Woodstock to MTV, Limp Bizkit caused this year's biggest commotion. In a straight-up conversation, lead Bizkit Fred Durst says he writes songs about what hurts him. Or used to. He's seen too many VH1. Behind the Music episodes to become a rock-and-roll casualty); Songs That Changed The World (Brian Wilson, Philip Glass, Ronnie Spector and Ghostface Killah, among others, name their favorite songs of the century and explain their choices. Did Happy Birthday beat out Supernaut? You'll be debating the picks for the next 100 years); I Want My MP3 (MP3 is almost as popular as sex on the Net. Learn about the latest software, the hottest portable MP3 players and the best websites for free downloads); 20Q: Barry White (He wasn't always the gangster of love - in fact, at one time he was just a gangster. And a paper boy. He learned a lot along the way, though - like, watch what you say to a white woman in Alabama); Bavarian Creme (BMW's new X5 is a four-wheel drive that sprints like a race car that can go from Paris to Dakar without a pit stop. It's an SAV - sports activity vehicle - and it can be yours for only $50,000); Bring On The Bandwidth (Faster on-ramps - via cable, phone lines and satellite - will change the way we use the Net. Get ready for movie-quality webcasts, video chats and mind-boggling games); The Year In Music (James Brown lived to see his own Hall Of Fame induction - and he feels good. Our readers also picked all the big hits this year. Ricky Martin, Mariah Carey and Dixie Chicks. What can we say? Playboy readers are on top of things) Interview - Rowland Evans And Robert Novak (Nobody knows the Beltway like this duo of newspaper writers, whose shared column ran for 30 years. They have great stories about everyone - from JFK to Reagan to the current crop of White House hopefuls. It's required reading for this election year) Pictorials - Spring Break 2000 (College girls do crazy things when they emerge from dimly lit lecture halls. We went to check out the student body); Playmate: Brande (Brande Roderick grew up in grape country - Sonoma - and her spirits are definitely distilled. Hef, the ultimate connoisseur, rates her VSOP); Bijou (Bijou Phillips is the diamond and the rough. She's a hard-core party girl who was living the rock-and-roll lifestyle long before her acclaimed album came out) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Hangin' With Hef; The Playboy Forum (Antidrug comics; electric chairs; auction off the elderly?); Playmate News (The millennium twins get down at the Mansion; Lisa Dergan update; Club Lingerie) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Fitness; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Playboy's Spring And Summer Fashion Forecast (Tired of being Jekyll during the week and Hyde on the weekend? Here's our guide to flaunting nine-to-five flash that's office-approved (it's all above the waist) Reviews - Music (New wax from Q-Tip; a final fix of Morphine, a century of women in music); Movies (1999 wrap-up: Cider House does indeed rule. Astronaut's Wife was as bad as it looked); Video (The films of Brigette Bardot; Debra Messing of Will and Grace lists her all-time faves (think Dustin Hoffman in drag and Sigourney Weaver in skivvies); Books (The greatest naughty book; ouch - the history of circumcision)
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May
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Contents - Features - Tantric Sex (If you think "splitting the bamboo" and "widely yawning" are just funny ways to say "laying pipe," you need to go back to the bedroom. These days, 69 is the number of positions you have to master); The Best Bars In America (It took our prestigious panel of critics months of painstaking research, but they finally did it - identified the saloon in your city that's become a legend. Whatever your poison - funky cocktails or spectacular girls or down-home hooch - here are the places to find it); Showstoppers (Hang on to your handlebars, because these bikes were born to be wild. A preview of the latest moto-missles that are fantastic to look at and formidable to drive); Don't Worry, We Only Kill Each Other (Which is the real mafia: colorful characters who talk with endearing accents and preach family values, or cold-blooded thugs who'd puncture you with an ice pick as soon as spit? We demystify the mob, from Don Corleone to Tony Soprano); Playboy's 2000 Baseball Preview (Is the ball spring-loaded? Final scores sound like football games. Hitters bang out homers like singles. Our seers offer help to beleagured pitchers and pick this year's powerball winners); 20Q: Michael Palin (Eating snake can be dangerous, particularly when one of the funniest men on the planet - a Python - is trying to make you choke on it. The globe-trotting humorist is re-creating Hemingway's voyages one laugh at a time); In Defense Of Pete Rose (He's no saint, but he has endured unprecedented punishment for crimes that remain unproved. And Bart Giamatti, the commissioner who banned him, probably intended for it to be over long ago) Fiction - Old Soldiers (It's spy versus spy as the government recommissions a Cold War assassin for wet work - the kind where blood spills. Problem is, he's developed a pacific calm - and fallen in love) Interview - Pete Rose (Charlie Hustle is a hard-nosed roughneck famous for bowling over opponents on the field and for building a list of detractors thick as a Sears catalog. The Hit King, whose life was baseball, crusades for his reinstatement and comments on Jim Gray, race relations and Hillary's sex appeal) Pictorials - Holy Domino Ivonne Armant inherited world class lungs from her grandfather Placido Domingo); Playmate: Boyz 'N' Berry (Handpicked after ripening in Canada and California, Brooke Berry makes us want to swing on a vine); Double Trouble (The Beltley twins have brought a spirit of sharing in the mansion. You're invited to join the fun) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; The Year Of The Rabbit (That was the year that was); The Playboy Forum (Why speed limits make no sense; how e-mail can get you fired); Playmate News (Daphnee Lynn Duplaix on the tube; the Playboy Show in Hawaii) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Golf (Our new columnist salutes the limber-backed youths who rule today's courses); Travel Gear (New clothes unite form and function, gadgets and good looks); Jock Strapped (Shoes are constantly redesigned for sports use, so why not watches? Don't just stand there - keep time) Reviews - Music (Indie rockers' revenge; skiffle live in Belfast; G n' R live - appetite for resurrection); Movies (The Virgin Suicides; Waking the Dead; Keith Gordon off camera); Video (Sword-and-sandal flicks; Fred Savage and the Chocolate Factory); Books (Joyce Carol Oates riffs on Marilyn Monroe in Blonde; an academic history of shit; the art of gambling)
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June
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Contents - Features - The Bond Files (Thought you had all the dope on 007? In honor of Bond's 40th anniversary in Playboy, we present the ultimate insider's guide. His guns, his cars, his exercise tops - not to mention Pussy Galore and Plenty O'Toole); Porn-Again Movies (With titles such as Sorest Rump and Shaving Ryan's Privates, the adult video industry deserves an Oscar for wit and usurpation); Inside Stuart (Can you say Geek Cheek? The nerdy pitchman for Ameritrade has become TV's first slacker superstar); The New Superathlete (Rip up the record books. Soon we'll need real-time reports - like stock quotes - to keep track of the advances in sports); Rules For The Perfect Relationship (Shrinks love to instruct men on how to make relationships work. We offer Playboy's Seven Golden Rules - and explain why you need to break every one); How To Survive A Night In Tijuana (Psst. Wanna visit a donkey bar? Buy Cuban cigars? We'll tell you what you need to revel at the world's most popular border bazaar); Little Annie Fanny (A popular sports magazine takes Annie to the shores of Loch Ness for its annual swimsuit shoot); 20Q: James Coburn (He personifies cool in classic guy flicks, from Our Man Flint to The Great Escape. Last year's Affliction won him an Oscar. He deserves another for his musings on violence, villainy and high colonics); Surfing The Web For Contraband (The Internet is better than a Russia Mafia tag sale. Guns, drugs, pirated movies and software are all just a click away) Fiction - Doubleshot (Long train rides can be deadly - especially when your strange new friend is a beautiful blonde. Watch your back, Mr. Bond); Enabler (Her clients used to come for regressions and hypnotherapy. Now they come for sex) Interview - Trey Parker And Matt Stone (The devilish duo behind South Park have hit 30 (OK, one's 29) and are freaking out. Maybe that explains their cheerful tirades about corrupt studios, Robert Redford and movie execs who have sex once a year) Pictorials - Carre's Comeback (The star of Wild Orchid and the ex-Mrs. Mickey Rourke rode a comeback wave in SI's swimsuit issue. For us she dropped the swimsuit); Playmate: Stewart's Blend (The bayou hides many secrets - but we've uncovered the best. Miss June is a Cajun queen); Playmate Of The Year (The first lady of the millennium was born in Indonesia and moved to Oregon. We say, "Thank you, globalization") Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Valentine's Party; The Playboy Forum (Florida swingers and strippers; censorship in Canada); Playmate News (Personal websites; Centerfold quiz; Scott Foley's favorite) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Dads And Grads (Knock yourself out with rare cigars, a cool PalmCam and the ultimate CD machine); Digital Destiny (Bedside cinema, TV cell phones and portable Internet players); Dave's Garage (Mercedes' slick sports car; the inside dope on Jaguar and Aston Martin; test-driving a Saab) Reviews - Movies (Kevin Spacey's Big Kahuna; Stanley "Big Night" Tucci screenplay); Video (The Sopranos' Lorraine Bracco; blaxploitation; The Story of O); Music (D'Angelo's Voodoo; Steely Dan recast; Lovin' Spoonful makes the Hall of Fame); Books (Philip Roth on presidential masculinity; Tom Robbins gets fierce)
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July
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Contents - Features - N Sync N Sane (It's a number's game - as in one in three girls wets her pants at first glimpse)' Don't Pet The Donkey (Bachelor parties are a sacred trust. The Russian prostitutes are on their way up. Midget porn? Embarrassing video footage? We did the unthinkable and asked our survivors for details); Digital Diaries (Natacha Merritt invited us to her hotel room and told us to leave our clothes and inhibitions at the door. She has a dirty mind and a red-hot book of photos to prove it); Still Rockin' (Nothing is meaner and leaner than the North Face look. Playboy takes you to the well with its complete guide to rock climbing. It's all here - gear, granite faces, the best indoor club challanges); One Guy, Four Ex-Girlfriends, Lots Of Wine (Seems like relationships always end with the same excuses. One frustrated lover decided to uncover the truth. He called a detente and held on ex-girlfriends' summit. Yikes!); Blood, Guts And Staple Guns (Leave the cartoon villains at Toys R Us. This is fake mayhem for grown-ups. This is Extreme Championship Wrestling); Absolute Vegas (Pay a visit to the holy land. Its insane nightlife is back in full swing thanks to a new crop of bars and a new crowd of party people. But don't gamble deciding where to go - we've hit all the hot spots); Down With The Farm (Farmclub.com is the live music TV show that's a website that's a record label that's - forget it. Just call it the wave of the future); 20Q: Carson Daly (MTV's main man fills Times Square with screaming girls and has revived ratings. Surprisingly, sex, drugs and rock and roll isn't his mantra. His idol isn't VJ Martha Quinn, it's Vijay Singh) Fiction - Omerta (Two hit men sign up for the payoff of a lifetime - and a bizarre love triangle. An exclusive excerpt from the bloody finale of the great mob trilogy, The Godfather) Interview - George Clooney (When you've spent 10 years doing bit parts on The Facts Of Life and Riptide, you don't like to see the little guys stepped on. He beats up asshole directors and beats off women with a bat) Pictorials - Nice Chalupas! (These girls have more boom boom than a lowrider pumping Miami bass sounds. And you'll go loco when their panties head south); Plamate: Neferteri - One Great Shepherd (You can skip the museum - we have our own bust of Neferteri. And we took photos); Blonde On The Beach (Jaime Bergman's January 1999 pictorial won her millions of fans. With Son Of The Beach she has added millions more) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Rockin' With Hef (Limp Bizkit breaks stuff at the Mansion; Bijou in her groove); The Playboy Forum (Public sex endangered; maintaining privacy; ejaculate salute); Playmate News (Gillian Bonner starts sexrocknroll.com; X-Treme beach volleyball) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Travel; Fitness; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - No Bogies (There's a style revolution under way - and it's on the fairways. Get your wardrobe out of the rough); Digicams Can (The best reason to buy a digital camera is the Internet. Here's what you need to know) Reviews - Movies (Jesus, Fellini, Hamlet - who could ask for anyone more?); Video (Vince McMahon slams Eyes Wide Shut; The History of Sex); Music (Pantera reinvents steel; Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes live); Books (The Beatles' Hamburg days; deco trailers; Joseph Heller remembered)
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August
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Contents - Features - Millionaires (Seems like everyone either is or knows one. But wait - do you really want to be one? Have you considered taxes? The likelihood of kidnapping, the certainty of asshole friends? We provide perspective); You Don't Look A Day Over 150. Want To Screw? (Fruit flies can already live the equivalent of 160 human years. Even better, the old duffers do the deed for 20 minutes a go - that's three weeks in human terms. Longevity could be just around the corner); L-Mitation (Once upon a time, it was all about e. But nothing compares to i. Design elements of Apple's iMac are the new standard for everything from staples to sedans); There's Something About Macy (Cartoon-voiced Macy Gray talks about getting kicked out of boarding school, touring with Santana and falling in love with her DJ. An intimate chat with a sexy star); A Summer Treat (Beat the heat. In fact, whip it. There's only one thing better than an ice cream sundae toppedd with whipped cream. Make that two things); 20Q: Aimee Mann (Woman don't have muses, they have problems. Ask Aimee Mann, the brilliant singer and songwriter behind the Magnolia soundtrack); City Girls: Boys And Toys (They'll sleep with you if they hate you, but not of you annoy them. Weird habits and fetishes that will land you on the street); Buzz From Brazil (Her name is the runway. Her current squeeze is Leonardo DiCaprio. Her name is Gisele Bundchen, and she's the hottest thing working); The Nerve Of Erv! (Cartoonist Erv Kaplan couldn't keep his pen in his pants); Heaven And Heel (We're talking shoes and sex. Very high heels, sharp toes, shiny black leather with tiny garters and padlocks. Remind you of anything? Naughty boy) Fiction - Art And Craft (Master thief Dortmunder is tagged by an old acquaintance from the pokey. The guy claims he's gone straight - as a painter. His masterpiece is a killer) Interview - John Malkovich (Tighten your seat belts. Expat and worldly weird, the eccentric actor has original thoughts on sex, religion, the death penalty and Dustin Hoffman's dinner table farts. Being John Malkovich is a fascinating trip indeed) Pictorials - Dorothy Stratten Remembered (What becomes a legend most? A portfolio of Dorothy posed as famous blondes); Future Olympians (Oiled muscles, tensed bodies, poised javelins. Let the games begin); Playmate: It's Summer Time (The high school volleyball star is now a model and actress who looks exactly like Carol Alt. We say: Welcome, Summer); Runaway Bride (Darva Conger hit the jackpot - or was it the crackpot? - on Who Wants To Marry A Multimillionaire? Now she stars for us) Lifestyle - Rum For The Money (Premium dark rums are the perfect taste of summer); Rolling In It (Four obscenely expensive toys) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Notes And News - World Of Playboy (Darva and Diana Ross; Roger Erbert gives Hef the thumbs-up); Hef's Birthday Blowout (A-list celebs; painted ladies; private tattoos); The Playboy Forum (Chicago dedicates a street to Hef; porn attacked; protecting privacy); Playmate News (Playmates on Howard Stern; Brande joins Baywatch; Andy Dick's favorite) Reviews - Movies (Raves for a rave in Groove; Kyle MacLachlan on golf; Indie spiru); Video (Fight films; Mimi Rogers); Music (Phish's Farmhouse; Neil Young acoustic; the rap on Dead Prez); Books (Great cars - and woodies; suspense from James Lee Burke)
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September
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Contents - Features - Making Book On Campus (Let's make a bet: We say students can place big-money wagers in the stacks of the college library. The odds are in our favor); Galerie Morpheus (A Beverly Hills gallery exhibits nightmares on canvas. And a life-size Alien. In the museum shop, no one hears you scream); Dr. Jokes (Harold Ramis, the comic genius behind movies such as Animal House, Caddyshack and Groundhog Day, is back with a new flick, Bedazzled); Eastern Horizon (Every year Japanese automakers save their best work for the Tokyo Motor Show. Say wasabi to this year's hottest models); Playboy's Pro Football Forecast (The era of dynasties is finished. To pick the winners, you need to study the losers. This season's pigskin talk as all about Colts and Skins); You Don't Have To Be Gay To Get Laid But It Helps! (A little talk about women's shoes goes a long way. So remake yourself with a bit of pink - and get ready to score. Swish!); The Hot, The Horny, The Hilarious (Since it's debut 40 years ago this month, the Playboy Advisor has responded to 350,000 letters. We've run 600,000 - here are some treasures); Black Inside (Outrageous, rude? Count on it. Big? Almost nobody has taken off like Eminem); 20Q: Seth Green (Buffy the Vampire Slayer's rock-and-roll werewolf says Meryl Streep wants his junk and Susan Sarandon needs to lose that Robbins guy); Digital Wearables (The latest fashion is belt-clip Internet portals); Duhh! (A Rolex on Krypton? These movie gaffes will drive fans goofy) Fiction - The Black And White Sisters (Their household is extreme: Swarthy Guinness, with its whipped-cream froth, is the only beer served. The whimsies of fashion are rooted in a colorful checkerboard explanation, but be forewarned: It's a dark one) Interview - Jennifer Lopez (With three new movies and a new album, the multithreat talent is doing what even Madonna couldn't pull off - triumph as a singer and actor. And, oh yes, she has that affair with Sean Combs. And rocked the world with a dress. Read all about it) Pictorial - Naval Engagement (Anchors away - uniforms, too. Our Navy officer risked her command to float a Ship of Drools); Playmate: All's Fare (Kerissa Fare grew uup a tomboy. Now she's a femme fatale); Shari Belafonte (She's one of the busiest, most beautiful women in Hollywood. We're glad we got on her schedule) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Legs And Eggs! (Easter eggs, Limp Bizkits and French DJ's at the mansion); The Playboy Forum (A high grade to the Playboy Advisor; divorcing deads); Playmate News (PMOY party; Donna Michelle and Tony Curtis) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack;The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Fall And Winter Fashion Forecast (Think crossover. This season, the English countryside meets downtown lounge); Play It Again, Sony (PlayStation 2 is so sophisticated that the Japanese government feared its military use by terrorists); From Yes Sir To Big Sur (Take this job and shove it onto a laptop. Then head for our choice - eight getaways) Reviews - Movies (Keri Russell's Mad About Mambo; Vincent D'Onofrio sounds off); Video (Being John Malkovich - it's exhausting! A big hit from The Sopranos' Michael Imperioli); Music (Supergrass and Elastica keep Brit-pop alive; two guitarists named Chris find blues clues); Books (Nymphomania; directors in print; comic-book culture)
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October
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Contents - Casualty In The War On Drugs (Billions are spent on border patrols and helicopters. City streets have become war zones. In New York a man got ambushed by undercover cops. He was innocent. Now he's dead); Eleven Things You Don't Want To Know About Spinal Tap (Brace yourself, fans, for "one of England's loudest bands." That's right, the Tap is back - and this time they're for real. Or are they?); It's All Hype (Hip-hop's signature video director has created an axis between rappers and the fashion world); Playboy's Pigskin Preview (If you attribute Nebraska's success solely to Tom Osborne, it's time to change your fight song. The Huskers top a chart that reveals surprising parity between the big conferences); Toon In! (Winners of Playboy's first ever multimedia Comix and Animation Contest amazed and aroused our celebrity judges); 20Q: Michael Johnson (At the age of 33, the king of the 200 and the 400 aims for Olympic gold. He also wants to reform American track and field. A talk with a very fast man); Dave's Garage: Round 2 (Go topless in Toyota's new MR2 Spyder, then get behind the wheel of the Lexus IS300, Chrysler PT Cruiser and a hanger full of other new speedsters); Diggin' The Buddha (The Red Hot Chili Peppers's Anthony Kiedis strikes a chord with the Dalai Lama) Fiction - The Collection Treatment (This flophouse makes the Heartbreak Hotel look like the Ritz. The winning entry from our 15th annual College Fiction Contest) Interview - Bob Costas (The man who will bring us the Olympics may be a cross between Vin Scully and Howard Cosell. Opinionated? Let's just say he lampoons sports talk radio and the vaunted gymnastics coverage and explains why it's dumb to thank God for a TD) Pictorials - Of Heat And Hedonism (At Jamaica's latest club, guests live out their steamiest fantasies); Playmate: Arts And Croft (Athlete and church choir member Nichole Van Croft throws some heavenly curves); Girls Of Conference USA (The college newcomer is top-rated with our photographers) Notes And News - World Of Playboy (ESPN scores a Mansion knockout; Bill Maher tapes); Hef's Fight Club (Heavyweights Mia St. John, Laila Ali, Butterbean and Darva); Aloha Brande (James Woods, Jon Lovitz and Stephen Dorff; American Beauty's Thora Birch came up roses); The Playboy Forum (Weird marriage rights, indigents and their lousy lawyers; DNA tests); Playmate News (Rebekka on E; Heidi at the altar; Rachel at sea) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Adrenaline; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Crazy Hand Jive (Tiny digital assistants are big. Here's a roundup of the best); Campus Fashion (The outdoors look is in, with new fabrics and urban versatility) Reviews - Music (Joe Ely's Tex-Mex stew; Chuck D's new enemy; King Crimson); Movies (Felicity mad for mambo; Vanessa Paradis on the bridge); Video (Shakespeare goes to video; gonza porn); Books (Candace Bushnell and four blondes; Slick Willy and Elvis; sluggers and muggers)
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Contents - Features - Cuba Fever (The island is hot. Tourists are rediscovering Havana, the fabled city of pleasure, and investors are licking their chops. Wait until the Americans arrive); Size Matters (The Lava lamp is back - and bigger than ever); Slick Willy - A Fond Farewell (No other president has provided such consistent fodder for the lampoon industry. Now it's time for Bill Clinton's swan thong); Saturday Night Lewd (At Hollywood's Un-Cabaret Sex Show, the comediennes aren't just funny, they're filthy. This isn't your typical comedy club - it's female comics live and uncensored); The X-Presidents (The X-Presidents are back - Ford, Carter, Reagan and Bush apply their super powers to another hilarious cartoon feature); Phone Sex (You're probably thinking nasty fetishes and willing bimbos with dirty mouths. Comedian Richard Lewis is thinking no commitment. Be thankful you don't have to pay his phone bill); Blair Witch Bombshell (Erica Leerhsen makes us want to back into the woods); Playboy's Colleege Basketball Preview (It's only pick-and-roll, but we like it. Coach K and Lute Olson go head-to-head on the top of the charts. And the Terps will make their first-ever Final Four); Jazz And Rock Poll 2000 (Eminem spewed vitriol, old guys toured, teen queens reigned, Latin pop got bigger, Madonna's got a new CD and we celebrated a century of Satchmo. Read all about it - then vote); Celebrity Christmas Carols (Season's greetings to some deserving friends, among them young Elian, Rocker and Rockwell, Puffy and Rudy, Regis, of course, and Alan Greenspan, perforce); Centerfolds On Sex: Carrie Stevens (She heats up at building sites and parking lots. Her best tip? When in doubt, ask Hef); 20Q: Jakob Dylan (The leader of the Wallflowers is fiercely private. Imagine our surprise when he reinvented his secrets of the road, extolled the Clash and exposed his relationship with Bob (Denver, that it); Little Annie Fanny (The Grouch that stole Christmas (hint, he's fed up) meets his match) Interview - Drew Barrymore (Drew Barrymore's star is shining brighter than ever. She's even added producer to her resume. She's gorgeous and funny - and this self-depreating sweetheart isn't shy about sharing stories with Playboy) Pictorials - Women Down Under (We staged our own Olympics - and Australia grabbed the gold); Cara Mia! (Cara Michelle grew up on a tiny island. Now she's up for big-time movies); Sex Stars 2000 (What a year! Angelina was no angel, Chyna was a doll and Darva looked like a million bucks); Electra (From the electric lady, a Christmas fantasy to warm the coldest heart) Fiction - The Scrotum Monologues (Time for men to respond to the Virginia Monologues); The Sexual Life Of Savages (A bunch of barstool pigeons reminisce about poisonous spiders and monkey hunts - or is it women?) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; Party Page (Midsummer's Night Dream revelry); The Playboy Forum (Clinton's pardons; sex stings); Playmate News (Carrie rocks; Nikki's calendar; Zebrahead romps at the Mansion) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Playboy's Christmas Gift Guide (The ultimate tip sheet for all you big spenders); Wooly Mammoths (The NFL's top backs in winter sweaters); Nothing But Net (Net appliances will change the way you live) Reviews - Music (Ipanema girl Bebel Gilberto; the Go-Betweens; R&B phenom Kina); Movies (Willem Dafoe in Animal Factory; Rhys Ifans, scene stealer); Video (Eastwood's magnum DVD force; Matt Stone and Megaforce); Books (Gift books on meat, sex and the art of money (It's a wonderful life!)
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