2007 Playboys

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January
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Contents - Features - The Greatest Show In Sports (Since it's 1979 launch ESPN's SportsCenter has been one of the most compelling reasons to watch TV. We join key participants Keith Olbermann, Chris Berman, Stuart Scott and others in reliving lively moments and vivid catchphrases ("Boo-yah!") from sports journalism's most influential program); The Immigratiion Mess (A day without illegals would spell disaster for a society in which hungry newcomers perform essential, poorly paid tasks. A renowned Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist takes an incisive look at the people desperate to come to the U.S. and the forces hell-bent on stopping them - and why); Party Of The Year! (Dick Cheney goes hunting, Mel Gibson goes driving, Borat offends and Samuel L. Jackson tends his favorite reptiles. What a crowd! What a party!); Ringing In The New Year (If your New Year's resolution is to party like it's 1999, here is a step-by-step guide detailing bar essentials, who's coming to dinner, what's being served and when to turn the lights down low); Marriage & Magazine St. (In 1960 New Orleans was an exotic city where people of different races, classes and political attitudes lived in relative harmony. In this evocative episode from his forthcoming memoirs, the author of Dog Soldiers recalls a temptation he faced in the French Quarter and how it changed his life); 2007 Cars Of The Year (Our intrepid automotive team selects this year's best models, including a pack of street-legal speedsters, a hyperquick hybrid and a blast from the past that drives circles around the competition) Fiction - The Myth Of Sisypha (The award-winning author of the Fearless Jones books - and Bill Clinton's favorite writer - explores the erotic in a tale that turns a guy betrayed by his girl into a sexistential hero) The Playboy Forum - We're Watching You (Since 9/11 the line between public and private has become alarmingly blurred. Are we being kept safe or being robbed of our privacy?) 20 Q - Ellen Pompeo (The porcelin-skinned actress who plays lovelorn Dr. Meredith Grey on Grey's Anatomy discusses her bartending prowess, her awkward first encounter with Jake Gylienhaal and her infamous Punk'd prank) Interview - T. Boone Pickens (This legendary oil tycoon and corporate raider made a fortune from black gold. Now the $2.7 billion man gives a gloomy forecast for oil, predicts a bright future for water and talks candidly about his battle with depression) Pictorials - The Passion Of Pam (Pamely Anderson is the quintessential Playboy icon. Reacquaint yourself with the evidence); Playmate: Joyce Nicole (Miss January gives you a reason to shout, "O Canada"); The Year In Sex (All the memorable displays of flesh and notable sexcetera we could fit into seven hot pages); Playboy's Playmate Review (Study the 12 candidates' most persuasive positions, then vote for Playmate Of The Year) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (The Bunny search begins at the Playboy Club in Las Vegas; Elvira scares them stiff at the Mansion); Hangin' With Hef (The party goes on for Hef and his girlfriends as they rub elbows around town with Oliver Stone, Dave Navarro, Cameron Diaz and others); Centerfolds On Sex: Tina Bockrath (For Miss May 1990 it's all about paying lip service and a guy's comfort with his sexuality); Playmate News (A look back at Kara Monaco's reign as Playmate of the Year; a glimpse behind the scenes at an erotic website run by Miss June 1992 Angela Melini) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Software (The scents of seduction); Wetware (Gets to keep you fresh faced); Hardware (Watches for prime-time viewing)
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February
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Contents - Features - The Sexual Male, Part One: The Flight Of The Spermatozoon (After we track a sperm cell on its fantastic voyage to make a man, you may never look at your bits and pieces the same way again. Study up: This is the first chapter in a series of in-depth reports on the science of male sexuality); Elements Of Seduction (Frigid, frightful February can become the hottest month on the calendar. Learn about intoxicating love potions, the 10 sexiest places in North America and sensual lingerie you'll want to buy now and peel off her later); Heartbreak (Five literary luminaries consider love's sour side by sharing their personal and sometimes painful relationship-ending experiences. By Kevin Canty, Alexsandar Hemon, Susan Minot, Gary Shteyngart and Jeanette Winterson); The Guy Behind Family Guy (Discover who puts the fun in Family Guy's dysfunctional Griffin clan by going behind the scenes wilth subersive Seth MacFarlane, creator of the most successful animated TV series since The Simpsons); Romance 2007: The Truth About Love, Sex And The Laws Of Attraction (As Valentine's Day approaches, now is the perfect time to brush up on what makes the world go round. Hear advice from scientists, foodies, troubadours and, perhaps most valuably, beautiful women who are learned in the ways of love) Fiction - The Starlight On Idaho (In this dark and troubled tale from an American master, a man in rehab uses a series of letters written to friends and family members to reconstruct the chain of events that has brought him to rock bottom) The Playboy Forum - Serving The Public (The titans atop the world's giant media companies seem willing to spend millions to lobby for greater consolidation. Why do such huge amounts of money seem inversely proportional to the quality of the radio, television and newspapers being acquired) 20 Q - Bettie Page (With her raven hair, beguiling smile and killer curves, she is one of the most enduring and popular sex symbols of the past 50 years. In a rare interview, the pinup icon and Playmate sets the record straight about a lifetime of lovers, her biggest regret and which of her former associates she would most like to knock on the head) Interview - Simon Cowell (Caught between a rock and a rock (Rancy Jackson) and a soft-hearted place (Paula Abdul), the cantankerous American Idol judge (and co-creator) believes that when it comes to helping contestants face the music about their lack of talent, a spoonful of venom helps the medicine go down. Prime time's favorite critic sounds off about tone-deaf singers, cultural snobs and why he prefers Kelly Clarkson's music to Bob Dylan's) Pictorials - Tough Love (Work up a sweat with Air Force drill sergeant Michelle Manhart in this steamy layout); Playmate: Heather Rene Smith (Though no longer a gymnast, the lissome Miss February still has all the right moves); Out Of This World (Looking anything but robotic, Battlestar Galactia's Tricia Heifer alights from the heavens for an exotic shoot) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Los Vegas's Playboy Club opens with a real Bunny bash; celebrities help raise money for an animal sanctuary with the Mansion's Wildlife WayStation brunch); Playboy At The Palms (Paris Hilton, Taye Diggs, Jamie Foxx and Tony Curtis were among the full house of celebrities Hef welcomed to opening night at the Playboy Club and casino); Playmate News (Miss July 1997 Daphnee Duplaix Samuel talks about her conniving alter ego on the soap Passions; 50th Anniversary Playmate Colleen Shannon broke hearts on British TV's Love Island Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Playboy's Designer Of The Year (Ozwald Boateng won acclaim in the U.K. when he opened his flagship store on Savile Row. Now the innovative designer brings his flair for streamlines silhouettes and daring use of color to America)
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April
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Contents - Features - Boosting The Big Tuna (John Mendell was a top-notch street burgler who allegedly robbed the secret lair of Chicago Mafia boss Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo. Then Mendell got iced. Nearly three decades later we present a true-crime exclusive as the man accused of his murder finally goes to trial, in a case dubbed Operation Family Secrets); L.A. Confidential 2007 (A renegade group of gossip blogs, including Perez Hilton, Jossip and Gawker, has ripped up the Hollywood-reporting system. Our writer - a former gossip columnist for New York magazine's intelligencer - takes a look at who's who, who's a liar, who's suing whom and how blogs have changed the way journalists cover celebrities); Swing Fever (Few men live near a legendary golf course; most will travel a great distance to get to one. For where there are great courses, there are also superb hotels, bars and beautiful women. We crash the ultimate greens parties); Dr. T To The Rescue (for years human growth hormone has been the jock's favorite steroid, and why not? Promoters in the antiaging industry claim it makes you bigger and stronger, increases you libido, restores your youthful looks and adds years to your life. Now it is being marketed as the ultimate elixir. An acclaimed writer quizzes doctors, pseudophysicians, patients and critics about the wonder drug) Fiction - The Third Sense (The Nobel Prize-winning novelist returns to Playboy with a story about the potential ruin of domestic bliss. Keyed by the unmistakable scent of another woman, a wife sniffs out her husband's infidelity, leaving her to decide whether to confront her feelings or bury them) The Playboy Forum - Breaking The Law (Patents are supposed to be reserved for inventions that are novel and useful; instead, under our outrageous patent laws, they are being doled out for broad, ill-defined concepts and turned into a system of legalized extortion) 20 Q - Will Arnett (Most people know him as Gob, the inept magician from Arrested Development, but with five films due this year, that will change. The Canadian funnyman ponders Arnett backlash, his role as a ruthless figure skater in Blades Of Glory and why it would be sweet to take Will Ferell down) Interview - Bill Maher (The political satirist whose name is synonymous with "politically incorrect" skewers the nation's movers and shakers on his hit HBO show, Real Time With Bill Maher. His unsparing criticism of President Bush and religion - not to mention his Steve Irwin Halloween costume - has made him no stranger to controversy. Now the host and best-selling author comes even cleaner with a candid discussion about the Iraq war, dating younger women and that stripper's pole in his home) Pictorials - The Wild World Of Playboy (Enjoy a tasting menu of the most beautiful Playmates from our International editions); Playmate: Giuliana Marino (Arresting Miss April is a German Playmate of Italian ancestry who is positioned to conquer America); Star Struck (WWE diva Ashley Massaro shows off her best moves in this sexy pictorial. Plus, we feature bonus photos of the WWE's hottest women) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (While Hef and the Girls Next Door visit the set of Ellen, red-hot Cindy Margolis parties down with the Playmates); Hangin' With Hef (Holly holds court at her regal birthday party, Jenny McCarthy hosts a fund-raiser, and the world celebrates Thanksgiving at the Mansion); Playmate News (A review of the Playmates who have heated up CSI: Miami, including Marketa Janska, Alison Waite, Qiana Chase and Monica Leigh; take our quiz and match the Playmate with her real MySpace headline) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - Spring And Summer Fashion Forecast (Men's designers are pairing light-weight fabrics like cotton, silk and tropical wool with sophisticated weaves to craft hip suits that remain comfortable even as the mercury rises)
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December
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Contents - Features - On The Authority Of The Senses (In this excerpt from the new book On God: An Uncommon Conversation by Norman Mailer with Michael Lennon, Mailer expounds on his intricately crafted personal religion in which God, the devil and humanity struggle for control of individuals and the universe); Classic Cartoons Of Christmas Past (We unwrap seven graphic wonders from our archives for your yuletide pleasure); Intercourse (We all wonder what our partners think about during sex. How about eavesdropping on the famous? Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Glen Butler imagines the thoughts of Hillary and Bill Clinton, Marc Antony and Cleopatra - and even Santa); Playboy's Holiday Gift Guide (These potential presents will bring joy to merry gentlemen everywhere); Everybody Loves Jimmy (Jimmy Kimmel is one of the most talked about hosts on TV, while girlfriend Sarah Silverman is the hottest female comic in town. Writer Bill Zehme hangs out with the happy couple as they bask in fortune's gaze); Tip-Off '08: Playboy's College Basketball Preview (David Kaplan looks at the sharpshooters taking aim at March Madness and concludes that experience will win out); Playboy's 2007 Music Poll (Tune in to our annual survey of the year's best music, featuring interviews with Will.i.am, Spoon and Texas firecracker Miranda Lambert); Truly, Madly, Deeply (Mostly Madly) (Celebrated fiction writers Jim Harrison, Maureen Gibbon, Sherman Alexie and Paula Fox address the raptures and tortures particular to acting for celebrities on whom one projects the most romantic fantasies) Fiction - Mute (A traveling salesman picks up a hitchhiker and pours out his heart about his wife's infedelity - with surprising results - in this short story) The Playboy Forum - Assisted Homicide In Oakland (Contributing writer and neighborhood block captain Ishmael Reed wonders if vigilante justice is the solution to drug-related shoot-outs in his urban wars) 20Q - Joaquin Phoenix (The actor with a taste for darker roles sheds light on his unusual childhood, life after death and why you'll never catch him schmoozing) Interview - Bill Richardson (Experience off-the-cuff honesty from the Democratic presidential candidate and governor of New Mexico as he pleads his case for the presidency and explains why he would be most effective in bringing change) Pictorials - Croatian Cutie (Dubrovnik's Leona Rajacic shows the value of foreign exchange); Sex In Cinema 2007 (Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel and Monica Bellucci lead a legion of beauties who steamed up the cineplexes this year); Playing Rough (Our fourth annual tribute to the video-game beauties who keep our thumbs twiddling); Playmate: Sasckya Porto (Our Brazillian Miss December shows why, when it's cold here, it's hot hot hot down there); Crazy For Kim (Sexy celebutante Kim Kardashian shows the form that conquered L.A.'s social scene. Here's her racy Playboy pictorial) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Anna Faris films I Know What Boys Like at the Mansion; Kendra, Bridget and Holly appear on General Hospital); Dream A Little Dream (The party of the summer - Hef's Midsummer Night's Dream at the Mansion - boasts an intoxicating mix of beautiful people); Playmate News (The cars line up for Jayde Nicole's charity bikini car wash; director Eli Roth praises the curves of Marianne Gravatte) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; Grapevine; Potpourri Fashion - A Night At The Box (Every woman is still crazy about a sharp-dressed man. The proof is in these stylish new tuxes)
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