2006 Playboys

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April
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Contents - Features - Faith & Reason (From the church's repression of Galileo to intelligent design, religion has waged a ferocious and futile battle against scientific thought. Michael Ruse, author of The Evolution Creation Struggle, surveys the ongoing conflict. Also, philosopher Daniel Dennett looks at the future of institutional religion. Kurt Vonnegut argues for more Sermon on the Mount and less Ten Commandments, and Lewis Black and Bart Ehrman speak up for reason); Of Maus And Supermen (Like jazz, which began as lowbrow entertainment, the comic book - or as it's known uptown, the graphic novel - has become a major cultural influence whose touch can be felt in Hollywood, literature and video games. If you haven't looked at comics lately, here's all you need to know about what's been happening with this distinctly American art form); Eating: A Love Story (Eat this up: Our gourmand - an accomplished chef, a restaurant owner and the brother of Bill Murray - will inspire you to charter a private jet with his mouthwatering recollections of his best meals around the country); Crashing Augusta (No golf tournament is more prestigious than the Masters, and none is more exclusive. In the face of restrictions and regulations, our intrepid reporter earns a green jacket for enterprise for penetrating the sanctum sanctorum that is the Augusta National Golf Club) Fiction - Sex WAith Esther (A sexually adventurous 22-year-old actress becomes the object of a 47-year-old film producer's affections. When the beauty proves incapable of genuine intimacy, their heated encounters become fiery collisions) The Playboy Forum - Greens With Guns (Hunters, anglers and sportsmen who depend on wildlife and wildlands are forming coalitions with such unlikely partners as the Audubon Society and the Sierra Club to fight the damage the government's radical deregulation has inflicted on the outdoors) 20 Q - Craig Ferguson (This multifaceted Scotsman has been an actor, as well as a comedian, producer, writer and director, and now he's the refreshingly unconventional host of The Late, Late Show. Here he sheds light on his new novel, exposes former co-star Drew Carey and explains why he favors women who are "cheeky wee monkeys") Interview - Keanu Reeves (His work in the Matrix trilogy established him as one of Hollywood's most bankable start, but a fog remains around this reclusive actor who reveals little about his personal life. In a rare lengthy interview, Mr. Cool Breeze tells us if any injury will scare him off his motorcycle, why he gave up his second career in his band and how he keeps his inner peace when outrageous rumors about him fly) Pictorials - Super Cyber Girls (We've downloaded the most popular babes from Playboy.coms Cyber Club. Here's why the internet was invented); Playmate: Holley Ann Dorrough (This nubile Alabama native is an aspiring singer. She'll provide some Southern comfort as she frolics in the hay without her Daisy Dukes); Candice Michelle ("Women's wrestling needs more sex appeal" says the WWE Diva. More than this there isn't) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Hef, Holly, Bridget and Kendra on Larry King Live; the new Bunny costumes revealed); Hangin' With Hef (See the Man and his girlfriends entertain celebrity guests such as Paris Hilton, Jim Belushi and Courtney Thorne-Smith); Centerfolds On Sex: Darlene And Carol Bernaola (The millennium Playmates talk about wild sex and rug burns); Playmate News (Miss July 1998 Lisa Dergan had a lot riding on the 2005 World Series; delicious Deanna Brooks wants you to devour her cooking) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Spring And Summer Fashion Forecast (It's easy to look cool as the mercury creeps upward. This season's clean, toned-down looks combine a modern edge with classic Rat Pack elegance)
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May
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Contents - Features - To Baghdad And Back With Dick Cheney (In December, on a trip conducted under extraordinary security, Vice President Dick Cheney visited Iraq, Oman, Afghanistan and Pakistan with a small group of journalists. One of them, a Washington reporter for Fox News, takes us behind the scenes to reveal privileged glimpses of a volatile region and onto Air Force Two for some unscripted face time with America's number two); Playboy's 2006 Baseball Preview (Last season was filled with jolts and surprises. How much unpredictability is in store for 2006? Factoring in a new champ, new faces and old faces in new places, writer Tracy Ringolsby conducts a team-by-team roundup. Plus, Bill James ruminates on luck, and we end the suspense with our annual predictions); It's Not Just How Fast You Move Your Legs (Nike's co-founder revisits his days on the college track team and recalls his relationship with Bill Bowerman, the legendary coach who, in the process of creating 19 Olympians, affected the lives of all his runners in weird and wonderful ways); And Now For Something Completely Different...(Highlighting this year's crop of motorcycles are some totally out-of-the-box rides, among them the ultimate street fighter-hooligan bike-wheelie machine, the most powerful boxer twin engine ever and a bike that will make you wish you were a POW just so you could fly like Steve McQueen) Fiction - Suicide Watch (A man visits a psych ward. His mission: to find out whether his troubled, deranged, addicted son could have murdered his own young child. A taut, dark tale from the National Book Award-winning author of Middle Age: A Romance, Blonde And Missing Mom by Joyce Carol Oates) The Playboy Forum - Unknown Knowns (The hidden dangers in the war with Iraq are not WMD's but unknown knowns - the unspoken ideological assumptions our government holds that need to be recognized and addressed if the United States hopes to resolve this deadly conflict) 20 Q - Rebecca Romijn (The actress who uses her Mystique to paint the town blue for X-Men fans captivates us with stories about her Wet Dreams; her spicy new comedy series, Pepper Dennis; and her aversion to CGI nipples) Interview - Ozzie Guillen (He led the Chicago White Sox to their first World Series title since 1917 and has a knack for unapologetically telling everyone exactly how it is. Now the controversial manager mouths off about critics of Ozzie Ball, why he leads the league in throwing players under the bus and what he thinks is the most unfair thing said about him) Pictorials - Rachel 911 (Triple threat Rachel Sterling is an actress, dancer and model who pushes your panic button); Playmate: Alison Waite (Miss May may be Ms. Waite, but there's no reason for the rest of us to put off admiring this California beauty); Playboy's Top Ten Party Schools (For only the third time in our history we designate those schools who most successfully fight for their right to party) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Hef and his ladies have a ball with Ice Cube; the stars of Four Kings hit the Mansion); Hef's Happy New Year (Celebrities, Painted Ladies and a Mansion full of Playmates help Hef and the girls ring in 2006); Centerfolds On Sex: Cara Zavaleta (Razors, remote-control fireplaces and text messages have revolutionized the world of sex, says Miss November 2004); Playmate News (Nicole Wood and Jennifer Walcott launch the latest Beauty Lounge; a new workout DVD from Miss April 1988 Eloise Broady Dejoria) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Nine Steps To Better Fashion (With American sartorial substance suppering, we've tailored a nine-point program to save men's style); Save Face (The essentials for your best grooming)
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June
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Contents - Features - 2006: A Myspace Odyssey (Parents fear it, at least one college has considered banning it, and Rupert Murdoch likes it so much he paid $580 million for it. More than 64 million members hook up, make friends and gawk at sexy profiles on MySpace.com, but others call this virtual playground a time-wasting cyberdumpster. Our man hunts for identity and a few meaningful "adds" deep inside this controversial community); Fairway To Heaven (He's a seasoned golf pro and an accomplished writer, with one of the sharpest minds in the game. We ask the experienced CBS commentator to pick the world's 20 most extraordinary golf destinations - from Ireland to New Zealand - in an effort to turn you green with envy); Rosebud (It was only a matter of time before the cosmetic-surgery industry turned its talent to the female sexual organ. The list of procedures available to women today includes lifts, snips, G-spot collagen injections and even hymenoplasty, a surgery that transforms the most active women into veritable virgins. Our intrepid female reporter takes a closer look at the quest to create the perfect pussy); The Wit And Wisdom Of John Kruk (Whether he's debating strategy on ESPN's Baseball Tonight or inadvertently keeping David Letterman's audience in stitches, everybody loves Krukker - rants and all. The former Phillie talks without a filter, so his deadpan stories about personal hurdles and the state of the game are always hits) Fiction - Proactive Keller (A professional hit man, Keller breaks protocol by offering his services to a hapless guy sitting next to him on a plane who would like to ice his business partner. In the business of killing, however, sometimes the hunter gets captured by the game) The Playboy Forum - Don't Spy On Me (A member of the 9/11 Commission spells out why we should be seriously concerned that the Department of Defense is gathering vast amouonts of information on American citizens) 20Q - Jason Lee (On NBC's hilarious My Name Is Earl, Lee plays a former petty criminal who discovers karma. Now the skateboarder turned actor rates other celebrities' mustaches, defends naming his son Pilot Inspektor and speaks frankly about his fascination with Burt Reynolds) Interview - Shepard Smith (Having covered inaugurations, executions, wars and national disasters for Fox News Channel, Smith has emerged as one of the most influential anchormen in the post-Jennings, Brokaw and Rather era. The irreverent newscaster who helped make Fox Report the number one cable news program in its time slot gets candid about why verbs are optional, the Hurricane Katrina wake-up call and the infamous time he blurted out "blow job" on live TV) Pictorials - The Women Of MySpace (Here are hands down (and clothes off) the nine sexiest girls in the hottest neighborhood in cyberspace); Playmate: Stephanie Larimore (Midwestern beauty Miss June outsweet cotton candy as she frolics at a small-town carnival); PMOY: Kara Monaco (Striking a blow for Miss Junes everywhere, Kara becomes the first of her month to win Playmate of the Year) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (E! renews The Girls Next Door; Playboy opens a concept boutique in Hong Kong); Super Bowl Super Bash (Playboy revved up the Motor City with a Super Bowl party full of Bunnies, as well as celebrities such as Kanya West, Usher, Josh Lucas and Jaime Pressly); Playmate News (Forget Warren Buffett and Jim Cramer: Stock-picking Centerfolds are taking over Wall Street. Miss February 1986 Julie McCullough wants to tickle your funny bone) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Polo Country (Brioni unveils a new polo-inspired line of shirts and jackets); Solar Flair (Sporty shades that look hip and block UV rays); Metal Bands (These steel watches will rock your wrist) Reviews - Movies (New and familiar mutants clash in X-Men: The Last Stand; cracking The Da Vinci Code is an unholy mess for Tom Hanks); DVDs (Six new-to-DVD titles from iconic director John Ford; Ashley shows off her Judds in Norma Jean And Marilyn); Music (Gotan Project keeps it chill on its sophomore album; recycled reggae riddims are going to get you on two new compilations); Games (A streetball showdown between NBA Ballers and AND 1; Hitman makes a bald and bloody return); Books (Donald Antrim's down-to-earth memoir; hoops maven and man of letters Will Blythe picks his favorite sporting books)
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July
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Contents - Features - The New Human (What it means to be a human being is changing right before our eyes. With advancements in genetics, robotics and nanotechnology, we have started to alter our minds, memories, progeny and maybe even our souls. Radical Evolution author Joel Garreau details how the next scientific frontier will be inside us. Also, Margaret Atwood ponders immortality, Ray Kurzweil considers our singular future, and Mary Midgley rationalizes why we can't live forever); Not Your Father's Hi-Fi (A look at the newest mini-gadget wonders that keep tunes, pictures and movies within easy reach); Drifting (Go sideways or go home. Drifting, the world's hottest motor sport, is the best import from Japan since the Walkman. Though it emerged in the United States only a few years ago, Americans are now racing to match their Japanese counterparts); My Love Machine (After conceiving and constructing the JillJet, a high-concept hot tub conducive to female climaxes, the master illusionist took the ultimate step and got a patent for his liquidy orgasmatron) Fiction - The Bad News (In an inventive story by the author of The Handmaid's Tale, a couple troubled by stories of political turmoil and car bombings is transported back to third century France, where the threat of barbaric invasion looms and bad news is still bad news) The Playboy Forum - Honesty Is The Best Policy (The National Academy of Sciences has declared that there is no conflict between religion and science. Also, that's just not true. There is a conflict, and it is zero-sum. Why do we pretend otherwise?) 20 Q - Dana White (The man who helped legitimize the Ultimate Fighting Championship keeps the conversation raw as he discusses why tensions are high on Spike TV's The Ultimate Fighter, what distinguishes a real warrior and why the UFC crushes the WWE) Interview - Jerry Bruckheimer (With films that have grossed more than $13 billion, he is the most successful producer in history. Additionally, with seven series running on CBS alone last season, he's a ubiquitous presence on TV. Now the usually reserved movie mogul opens up about the challenges of Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest, his humble beginnings on the outskirts of Detroit and teh last days of his former partner Don Simpson) Pictorial - Playboy's World Soccer Team (Every four years the best soccer teams on Earth come together in an effort to impress girls like this); Playmate: Sara Jean Underwood (Miss July is a natural wonder as she frolics au naturel in the fields and streams of her native Oregon); Viva Vida (Get a grip before you try handling the dangerous curves displayed in Latin lovely Vida Guerra' first nude pictorial) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (The Playboy Club Casino opens in Las Vegas; Jillian Grace and Pilar Lastra appear on The Playmate Hour); Mardi Gras Mansion Madness (Here's the skinny on Hef's Fat Tuesday bash, with pictures of the Playmates, rockers and celebrities who did Mardi Gras at the Mansion); Centerfolds On Sex: Amber Campisi (To get Miss February 2005 in the mood, go Sideways, then wind and dine her); Playmate News (Anna Nicole Smith gets heard at the High Court; Jillian Grace gets her Bunny ears) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Suit Up (Curvy Click star Michelle Lombardo helps show how hot a little swimsuit style can be)
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August
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Contents - Features - Why Are We In Iraq? (The director of the documentary Why We Fight has interviewed nearly 200 Americans about their thoughts and feelings on war and security. Actor Ethan Hawke, ex-soldier Jessica Lynch, trucher Ted Chapman, scholar Cornel West and Senator John McCain are among the cross-section of the country captured here); The Bikini At 60 (Louis Reard designed the world's tiniest swimsuit for women 60 years ago, and we've been thanking him ever since. Playboy celebrates the evolution of the two piece, as well as the curvy women who fill it); All Roads Lead To Brazil (One woman forges a glorious path to the promised land as she walks us through her first Brazilian bikini wax. Plus, Rocky Rakovic shares her pain by having his family jewels waxed bare); All Clear (See-through spirits are the perfect pour for summer. We toast the intoxicating history of vodka and gin); Playboy's 2006 NFL Preview (We convened more than 25 of football's finest players, coaches and analysts - such as Cleveland's Ted Washington, the Raven's Brian Billick and Carolina's DeShaun Foster - and asked them 25 things we'd love to know about the NFL. We also say who's up, who's down and who's going to the Super Bowl) Fiction - Cul-De-Sac (For the couples living in a suburban cul-de-sac, marital dissatisfaction and infedelity have become part of the environment. A sudden change, however, upsets the delicate balance) The Playboy Forum - Radicals On The Rise (The author of Conservative Without Conscience wonders why we tolerate authoritarian leaders who want to take us where a great majority of thinking Americans don't want to go); 20 Q - Luke Wilson (He's the regular-guy actor who inexplicably dumps Uma Thurman in My Super Ex-Girlfriend. Now the real-life smart-ass cuts loose about his brother Owen, why he named his eyes Shorty and Kevin, and the joys of becoming fat and arrogant) Interview - Denis Leary (Everyone's favorite foulmouthed comedian shook the stand-up circuit in the early 1990's with his spirited satirical rants, which led to sold-out shows, boffo CD-and-Video sales and movie roles. We chat with the still-edgy funnyman while he works on the third season of his wild, gritty television series, Rescue Me, and he gets fired up about sexy nuns, the pleasures of profanity and why the president deserves free blow jobs) Pictorials - A Dash Of Flavor (From Bronx babe to silver-screen stunner to the pages of Playboy, Stacey Dash is building an impressive body of work); Playmate: Nicole Voss - See what's blooming as Miss August takes you on a private tour of her garden of delights); Real Girls Of The O.C. (Peel back California's orange curtain and gaze upon these sun-kissed beauties of the beach) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Hef joins the Playboy Racing Team at the Toyota Grand Prix; Seth Green and his Robot Chicken posse invade the Mansion); Hef's Big Birthday Bash (The Man celebrates the big eight-zero with his girlfriends, a multitude of Playmates and stars such as Paris Hilton, Owen Wilson, Vin Diesel and Pam Anderson); Playmate News (Kelly Monaco hosts the Daytime Emmy Awards and earns a nomination for her General Hospital role; Barbara Moore revs up the Headlights & Tailpipes adult revue in Las Vegas) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Fashion Milanese (Make a pilgrimage to the mecca of style for Milan Fashion Week with famed photographer Harry Benson, who gives us an exclusive look at the designers whose clothes are part of la dolce vita) Reviews - Movies (Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell are the new Miami Vice; Oliver Stone tackles the 9/11 search and rescue saga World Trade Center); DVDs (See what life at the Playboy Mansion is really like with The Girls Next Door; Thank You For Smoking is an addictive tar-black comedy); Music (The 15th anniversary of the three original chill-out CDs; Playboy's playlist for a late-night sonic buzz); Games (NFL Head Coach lets you oversee every detail of a team's season; play outdoors with the best portable game systems); Books (Decide if soccer matters wilth The Thinking Fan's Guide To The World Cup; pin-ups come to life in The Wonderful World Of Bill Ward)
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September
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Contents - Features - Inside Deep Mine 26 (The U.S. is still the OPEC of coal, the cheapest and most plentiful energy source known to man. Descend into a Virginia coal mine with the workers who gamble their lives every day but make headlines only when it looks as if they'll lose); Smashing Windows (Last year Hunter S. Thompson's ashes were shot out of a cannon. Now comes another blast: a missive fired off 25 years ago to Ralph Steadman, his friend and illustrator, after Steadman complained about his own son's behavior. The good doctor's bizarre parenting advice somehow still resonates); Artistic License (We rounded up a garageful of sports cars so exotic and exceptional that you are unlikely ever to see one. These ultra-exclusive beauties, crafted by small companies such as Pagani, Bugatti and Saleen, make Lamborghainis seem affordable); Playboy's 2006 Pigskin Preview (As we celebrate 50 years of selecting the Playboy All-America Team, we tackle such crucial college football matters as our picks for the top 25 squads, our 2006 Anson Mount Scholar/Athlete winner and our Coach of the Year, Penn State's Joe Paterno) Fiction - The Unluckey Mother Of Aquiles Maldonado (A successful major league pitcher discovers the price of success when guerrillas in his native Venezuela kidnap his saintly mother. He soon learns that once something is forcibly taken from you, it is seldom returned intact) The Playboy Forum - Power Play (Our government has a system of checks and balances to keep President Bush from overreaching and becoming decider in chief. If Congress continues to let the president blatently ignore the law, this balance of power could be thrown out of whack forever) 20 Q - Eva Longoria (She became a household name by playing a seductive schemer on TV's top-rated Desperate Housewives. We ask Wisteria Lane's hottest resident how San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker wooed her, who should have a lesbian fling on the show and whether monogamy is overrated) Interview - Michael Brown (The maligned former FEMA chief became the fall guy for the disaster following Hurricane Katrina. The Bush administration wished Brown would quietly disappear, but he keeps on fighting to clear his name. His gloves are off as he explains why Department of Homeland Security secretary Michael Chertoff should be canned, how unprepared he thinks we are for a major disaster and which congressmen can, as he says, "bite me") Pictorials - One Night As Paris (Check out everyone's favorite hotel heiress in the nude - sort of - when our look-alike checks in as Ms. Hilton); Playmate: Janine Habeck (Miss September who was crowned Deutschland's Playmate of the Year 2005, is a testament to the power of German engineering); Love Thy Neighbor (The Girls Next Door are back for more, this time in fantasy themes of their own devising) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Tiffany Fallon and Joe Don Rooney sing at Kara Monoco's PMOY party; Cooper Hefner's band plays the Whisky a Go Go); Hangin' With Hef (When David Letterman asks the question "Will it float?", the Man and his girlfriends respond; Al Pacino sizes up the Mansion); Centerfolds On Sex: Christine Smith (Before joining the Mile High Club Miss December 2005 practices with sex in some tight spaces); Playmate News (Miss February 1991 Cristy Thom makes the transition from Playmate to painter; PMOY Kara Monaco plays Willie Wisely's wife in his music video) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Dress Start (Witness the power of mind over matter. These are sharp-looking suits and jackets that only a savvy guy would buy) Reviews - Movies (Brian De Palma revisits an infamous murder mystery in The Black Dahlia; hype-heavy Snakes On A Plane slithers onto screens); DVDs (Hugh Hefner's groundbreaking series debuts on DVD; United 93 proves it's not too soon for 9/11 films); Music (Tennessee leads the way for American music; Radiohead's Thom Yorke takes his emo solo); Books (Tom McGuane defends country life and the short-story form; our editors pick the best late-summer reads)
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October
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Contents - Features - The Basement (In early February 2005 two pledges descended into the basement of the Chi Tau fraternity house at Chico State University for a final test of endurance. Hours later one of the young men was dead. Our reporter unlocks the secrets of this night of hazing that went terribly, lethally awry); Playboy's College Trivia Quiz (Can a student really earn a credit for a course in tightwaddery? How about getting a degree in adventure sports? You'll think we're making some of this stuff up - and we are, but only some. Give our test the old college try by seperating the bogus from the merely bizarre); My Place At Eight? (Ask any woman. Delectable dining is the best foreplay. The host of Food 911 walks you through three easy-to-prepare three-course meals that will have her staying over for breakfast in no time); Jonesy (Never mind the bollocks - walk in the shit-kicking boots of original Sex Pistol Steve Jones, as the punk rock legend cuts loose about the band's legacy, his drug and sex addictions and how he became the wildest, most unpredictable DJ on West Coast radio today); Sexual Pensees (A New York humorist and Playboy contributor with a philosophical bent casts a knowing eye on the sexual dance in this whimsical piece illustrated with the fluid line drawings of Andre Barbe) Fiction - Ozark Lake (Our College Fiction Contest winner tells the tale of a 15-year-old girl looking for something to break the boredom of her parents' summerhouse. But after accepting a boat ride from an attractive older guy, she suspects Prince Charming is the predator her mother warned her about) The Playboy Forum - The Playboy Voter: A Special Report, Part 1 (The accepted narrative of the 2004 presidential election is that red-state rubes outnumbered blue-state sophisticates. Our survey of Playboy subscribers suggests a silent purple majority makes up the great middle of American politics) 20 Q - Johnny Knoxville (The actor for whom no pain or prank is too outrageous answers questions about the quality of Willie Nelson's weed, why he said no to Saturday Night Live and whether he had doubts about making Jackass: Number Two) Interview - Ludacris (His Dirty South rapping has rattled Oprah Winfrey and Bill O'Reilly, but his roles in critically lauded movies such as Crash and Hustle & Flow earned him mainstream respect. Now the artist formerly known as Christopher Brian Bridges discusses why he dropped the moniker Cris Cringle, how to do it froggy style and why people need to stop blaming rap for society's woes) Pictorial - Forbidden Fruit (MySpace marvel Christine Dolce plays a dominatrix in this fetish-fantasy pictorial); Playmate: Jordan Monroe - When you move into the dorm, you hope Miss October lives down the hall); Girls Of The Big 12 (As the Beach Boys knew, Midwest farmer's daughters really make you feel all right) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel and other celebs enjoy the 28th Playboy Jazz Festival; artist LeRoy Neiman is honored in Chicago); Globe-Trotting With Hef (Hef, Holly, Bridget and Kendra take a big fat European vacation); Centerfolds On Sex: Christina Santiago (Our Playmate of the Year 2003 reveals when she's ready for sex with her man (always) and in what position (nearly any)); Playmate News (Pamela Anderson raises awareness of AIDS and bares all for animal rights; Miss July 1956 Alice Denham's new book, Sleeping With Bad Boys, is a lusty memoir) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Best Dressed Man On Campus (The winners in our nationwide search for well-dressed college men show off the looks that keep them one step ahead of the pack) Reviews - Movies (Martin Scorsese is still married to the Mob with The Departed; Children Of Men is sophisticated science fiction for adults); DVDs (Rediscover beauty and the beach with two seasons of Baywatch; Wolverine headlines the mutant battle royal in X-Men: The Last Stand); Music (Chris Cornell talks about being a grunge-era survivor; The Living End is the Aussie answer to Green Day); Games (Prey is a gravity-defying first-person shooter; machinima - movies created using games - goes mainstream); Books (The author of The Zero fictionalizes post-9/11 events; the best noir novel - dark books for dark times)
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