2010 Playboys

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January / February
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Contents - Features - The Singularity (It's 2010. Where are our hovercars and cybernetic immortality? We'll check with Boeing on the cars, but in the meantime Carl Zimmer charts the progress scientists have made toward understanding intelligence, both human and artificial); The Man Who Conned The Pentagon (Meet the guy who used 9/11 and Al Jazeera to scam millions from taxpayers); The Kate Moss Effect (Will Self reflects on the "rexy" dynamo); A Cut Above (Your barber misses you); Giuseppe Petrosino And The Black Hand (James Dalessandro brings the original cops-and-mobsters story to life); Cars Of The Year 2010 (When the going gets tough, the auto industry gets going - fast. Ken Gross picks the best rides); Future Of New York (Plague, holy war and exodus); Cuba Libre (Travel to Havana with Aaron Sigmond before the embargo lifts and fanny packers ruin the place); Of Love And Money (Toni Bentley ponders who's more powerful; the one on top or the one getting paid?); The New Modern Art (Michelangelo had the Sistine Chapel; Banksy has the boulevard) Interview - Sean Combs (Diddy opens up to Jermaine Hall about success, porn and life after death) 20Q - Guy Fieri (David Hochman grills the food dude) Fiction - Animal Rescue (Bob's got a face only a stray dog could love) Pictorials - The Notorious Tara Reid (The American cutie is all grown and ready for her close-up); The Year In Sex (Celeb twits, a stupid human trick and (we hope) the last of Jon and Kate); Playing Hard To Get (Video-game goddesses convert our pages into a true fantasyland); Playmate: Jaime Faith Edmondson (The former cop, Dolphins cheerleader and Amazing Racer is Miss January); Playmate: Heather Ray Young (Miss February makes us rethink our perception of "mountain woman"); Why We Love The '60s (Swing back to everyone's favorite decade with our groovy homage); Playmate Review (A look back at the fine 2009) Cartoons - Kliban's World IIt's a sexy, freaky place) Fashion - Scotland Yard Style (David Bailey snaps stately Victorian threads worn by the likes of Sherlock Holmes; consider it the Houndstooth of the Baskervilles) News And Notes - World Of Playboy (Benedikt Taschen stops by the Mansion to personally deliver the first set of Hugh Hefner's Playboy; the new Girls Next Door present at the Fox Reality Channel Really Awards; Heidi Montag helps launch the new Stander energy drink at PMW); Hangin' With Hef (The Man mingles with the Prince of Monaco; the Shannon twins celebrate their 20th birthday and their one-year anniversary of dating Hef); Playmate News (Say hello to the Playboy Playmate Dancers; pollster Frank Lutz learns a thing or two from our Centerfolds; Pamela Anderson keeps the skies safe from fur) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine The Playboy Forum - Decoding The Veil (Before we encourage all Muslim women to burn their burka, Malise Ruthven suggests we examine the most powerful piece of clothing on the planet. To Westerners it symbolizes women's oppression. But have we asked Islamic women how they feel?)
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May
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Contents - Features - The New Super Spy (The increment is purported to be an elilte group of British spies who fit the mold of IT worker more tnan movie star - no wonder they're so good at infiltration. Meeting in shadows, Phil Zabriskie attempts to uncover Her Majesty's new secret service); Top Party Schools 2010 (We raise a plastic club to the coolest campuses in the country); Baseball Unplugged (From Ty Cobb to Ken Griffey Jr., Tracy Ringolsby gives MLB's past the TMX Sports treatment. Plus: Pennant predictions); The Full Coward Package (Dave Barry says in no way should you take a vasectomy like a man); Area Two (Jon Burge ran his Chicago precinct like Guantanamo. Hillel Levin and John Conroy take you into his interrogation room); The Alpha Kitchen (Appliances that's make Julia Child blush); The Spasm Band (Legend has it in the late 1800s a group of ragtag white kids created jazz. Rich Cohen chases their echoes around New Orleans to find the soul of the music) Interview - Matthew Fox (The good doctor can't wait to get off the Lost island) 20Q - B.J. Novak (The Basterd and Office bad boy tells David Hockman it's just an act) Fiction - Love To All (Love triangles are complicated even for the country's intellectual elite. Ethan Coen offers up a story about academics involved in very liberal arts) Pictorials - Once Upon A Time In Mexico (Petter Hegre took his camera to Tulum and Playa del Carmen with the mission of capturing birds of paradise and beach bums in their natural habitat); Playmate: Kassie Lyn Logsdon (Enjoy the great outdoors and indoors with nature lover Miss May); Ashley Dupre (The private lives of public men have made "other women" household names. Ashley's secret was exposed when Eliot Spitzer made a misstep. Now she is ready to step into the spotlight on her own terms) Fashion - A Day At The Races (Jennifer Ryan Jones and Tony Kelly go to the Brazilian Grand Prix to shoot high-octane fashion for those who live life in the fast lane) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Hef watches the Super Bowl with Gene Simmons, Shannon Tweed and Crispin Glover; Marcus Allen and Jim McMahon play the Playboy Golf Super Scramble; Bridget Marquardt crowns Miss Playboy Club); Super Bowl Bash (Playboy's spectacular Super Bowl party heats up Miami with guests Tony Gonzalez, Isiah Thomas, Jesse Palmer and the Black Eyed Peas); Playmate News (Miss December 2001 Shanna Moakler debuts her line of cosmetics; Miss February 1990 Pam Anderson stuns on Dancing With The Stars; we go behind the scenes of Iron Man 2 with Miss February 1990 Stacy Fuson and Miss July 2005 Giana Chase) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine The Playboy Forum - The Wire Goes To College (Ishmael Reed subjects the oft-acclaimed drama to a peer review); Invasion Of The Body Scanners (Chip Rowd on the TSA's X-ray specs)
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July
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Contents - Features - Rogues Of K Street (The unbridled passion of the upstart Tea Party movement has upset the status quo in Washington, D.C. Now, an anonymous political operative reveals how he was hired to furtively spread the movement's renegade message to all Americans); Reinventing The Wheel (Bear witness to the cars of tomorrow. Ken Gross details their futuristic excellence from the Geneva Auto Show); Sleep Is A Battlefield (The newest frontier in the exploration of the subconscious - sleep science. Kevin Cook explains how a simple snooze can influence our lives and our performance); The Bunny Years (Neal Gabler's celebration of the Playboy Clubs and the comely Bunny-tailed women who make them special); Drinking In Islamabad (Ever-parched Lawrence Osborne visits one of the driest places on earth - Pakistan); Overnight Sensation (The swank hotels of Andre Balazs are the lodging of choice for Hollywood's elite, but why? The hotelier ruminates on how he draws the A-list crowd) Interview - Cameron Diaz (The model turned superstar actress on laughter, good sex and her uncontrollable booty shaking) 20Q - Stephen Moyer (HBO's brooding bloodsucker tells Stephen Rebello why love doesn't bite) Fiction - Joanna Silverstri (A legendary porn star recalls a long-ago visit to Los Angeles, during which she reconnects with a former lover and co-star who is dying of a mysterious disease) Pictorials - Girls Of The World Cup (They've got spirit, yes, they do. Thirty-two international beauties show their support for the 32 World Cup teams); Playmate: Shanna Marie McLaughlin (Bask in the beauty of Miss July, a ray of Florida sunshine whose natural talent helped her win Playboy Shootout); Fangtasia (Natasha Alam, True Blood's newest piece of vampire candy, exudes immortal sex appeal as she gets sultry, seductive and a little bit naughty) Cartoons - Nudists (For John Dempsey it's just another day in the life of the perpetually unclothed) Fashion - The Test Of Time (Longtime collector Jim Larson instructs how to track down and purchase vintage watches. After all, the best timepieces are timeless) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Our Editor-in-Chief celebrates his 84th birthday in high style at the Mansion; NFL players and Playmates get silly at the Playboy Golf Scramble Finals; Hef's generosity helps save the Hollywood sign); Hangin' With Hef (Jaime Pressly, Bryan Batt and Holly Madison join the birthday bash that never stops at the Palms in Las Vegas to honor you know who; Corey Feldman, Craig Robinson, Bode Miller and other celebs flock to two big spring parties at the Mansion); Playmate News (Miss November 2004 Cara Zavaketa hosts HDNet's hot new travel show Get Out!; Miss September 1998 Vanessa Gleason finds redemption in Aztec dancing) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine The Playboy Forum - Tough Is Dumb (Harsh jail sentences do little to lower crime rates. Mark A.R. Kleiman makes a case for smarter punishment); Killing Machine (Scott Christianson explores how Nevada's first gas chamber may have inspired Hitler's twisted vision)
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September
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Contents - Features - The Spy Who Came In For The Heat (As an Al Queda double agent Emad Salem repeatedly risked his life and ultimately brought down one of the most dangerous terrorists in America. Peter Lance talks with the man who still has much to teach the FBI about the value of espionage done well); The Playboy Pad (Interior design aficionado David A. Keeps revisits seven dwellings from the pages of Playboy that still show us how to live); Icarus 2010 (Dean Potter does something you can't: He jumps off cliffs and flies. Craig Vetter talks with a man who lives dangerously); Pigskin Preview (Everything and everyone you need to know this college season); On Collecting (Will Self looks at the psychology behind our compulsion to amass knickknacks); The Ultimate Catch (Gary Cole enrolls in Marlin University and learns how to reel in big ocean fish) Interview - Paul Reubens (Call it the ultimate comeback. The actor better known as Pee-Wee Herman tells Bill Zehme about his strange journey) 20Q - John Varvatos (The creator of the boxer brief opens up about manly fashion and his rock-and-roll tendencies) Fiction - Madame Bovary (In an excerpt from her new translation of Flaubert's literary giant, Lydia Davis proves Emma still has plenty of shock value) Column - Greetings From Texas (A Longhorn state update from friendly Jewish cowboy Kinky Friedman) Pictorials - Early Harvest (Who ever thought a Polish harvest festival could be so sexy? We did - and still do, now that we've seen the exquisite Iza Sala frolicking in the countryside); Playmate: Olivia Paige (A laid-back small-town girl with a charitable heart, Miss September feels at ease in her own skin, and it shows); Kelly Brook (The outlandishly lovely model and actress is one of Britain's finest exports, and it looks as though she and her spanking gorgeous curves will be spending a lot more time on American-soil. We think that is bloody brilliant) Fashion - The Guy's Guide To Grooming (A comprehensive grooming guide for the rugged man who wants to look and smell good from head to toe) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Gorgeous girls flock to the Mansion for an L.A. Casting Call; the stars of Hot Tub Time Machine kick back at the Kandyland party while Diddy performs; Jamie Foxx and Bill Cosby enjoy the Playboy Jazz Festival); Golden Anniversary (Russell Simmons, Kelly Bensimon and Usher celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Club in New York; Ida Ljungqvist and Bridget Marquardt open the Chicago party; Holly Madison represents in Las Vegas); Playmate News (Miss December 2009 Crystal Harris scores a seven-album deal; PMOY 1994 Jenny McCarthy has a TV show in the works; Miss November 1974 Bebe Buell's new album is a winner) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine The Playboy Forum - Imagination Nation (Tea Partyers fancy themselves a modern-day version of the Sons of Liberty, but Stephen Duncombe explains why their obsession with the past makes them anything but American revolutionaries)
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October
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Contents - Features - Grown In The USA (Marijuana generates more wealth in America than wheat and corn combined, and next month it could become legal in the state of California. Richard Stratton and Rob Hill break down the complex economy surrounding our biggest cash crop); A Letter To The Aliens (Jon Stewart pens a postapocalyptic handbook on the wacky human race); The Playboy Bar: Bourbon (The down and dirty on the true American spirit); The Playboy Honor Roll (Grab your sunglasses and meet the country's best and brightest professors); Sole Asylum (Steve Garbarino's guide to making other men want to stand in your shoes); The Unstompable Roach (Kevin Cook profiles the man who honed Manny Pacquiano and Mickey Rourke); The Biggest Gamble In Sports History (How Monday Night Football defied the odds and became one of the longest-running shows on TV) Interview - Josh Brolin (He's come a long way since The Goonies. The actor opens up to Stephen Rebello about his strange trip to megastardom) 20Q - William Shatner (CBS's cantankerous dad talks to David Rensin about Star Trek erotica, toupees and Betty White's flexible hips) Fiction - Woman, Fire & The Sea (A brooding chauffeur cavorts with the niece of his boss. By College Fiction Contest winner Meaghan Mulholland) Pictorials - Grey's Anatomy (Sasha Gray is leaving adult films to go mainstream, but the notorious beauth is still perfectly happy to let the world enjoy her naked splendor); Claire Sinclair (A buxom brunette with a devilish sense of humor and a passion for all things vintage, Miss October is a veritable modern-era pinup girl); Girls Of The PAC 10 (Who needs football? These lauded conference schools are home to something even better: some of the hottest college women in the West) Cartoons - The Weird World Of Gahan Wilson (An eerily funny realm where body parts and other horrors abound) Sports - 2010 NFL Preview (Pigskin fever is upon us. Rick Gosselin breaks down everyone and everything you need to know about the new season) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Hef receives the PromaxBDA Lifetime Achievement Award; Crystal Harris makes sweet Playmate pop; Jamie Foxx and Olympian Apolo Ohno kick back at the ESPY preparty at the Mansion); Star-Spangled Party (Seth Green, Corey Feldman, Gene Simmons and other celebs get wet and wild at the Mansion for Fourth of July fun with Hef and his Playmates); Playmate News (Miss January 2010 Jaime Faith Edmondson heats up a Trace Adkins music video; Playmate of the Year 2007 Sara Jean Underwood becomes the very lovely face of Victory Poker) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine Playboy Forum - California's Joint Session (The people who want weed legalized may surprise you); Blowing Smoke (Mark A.R. Kleiman ponders his marijuana voting dilemma)
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November
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Contents - Features - How The Outfit Killed JFK (It's been half a century since President Kennedy was assassinated, yet the full details about who orchestrated his murder have remained a mystery. Has a group of retired FBI agents finally uncovered the complete truth?); We've Built A Minimum-Wage Gilded Cage (Who's the victim? The low-income power-drunk lackey or the rich white guy at his mercy? Adam Carolla has the answer); The Big Bunny (Hef's sleek plane first took flight 40 years ago. We take a look back at the wild history of the ebony party jet); The Big Heat (Chili pepper devotee Kent Black extols the wonders of his favorite spicy fruit); Shopping For A Mad Man (Employed by bizarre dictators, he quit the only way possible: He faked his own death. Kim Jong Ryul shares his story); How To Destroy A Bank (Tim Schultz details a strategy for exacting revenge on Wall Street) Interview - Robert Downey Jr. (The actor opens up to Michael Fleming about his evolution from unruly prodigy to tabloid fodder - to lauded superstar) 20Q - Zach Galifianakis (Eric Spitznagel talks to the funnyman about Due Date, Baby Bjorns and his legendary jockstrap from The Hangover) Fiction - The Petting Zoo (In this excerpt from the last novel of the late Jim Carroll, the author of The Basketball Diaries, a tragic event coincides with a boy's first experiments with self-pleasure) Pictorials - Dutch Treat (Meet nine captivating beauties who have lit up the pages of Playboy Netherlands. These gorgeous Dutch Playmates will make you wish you were on the next flight to Amsterdam); Playmate: Shera Bechard (She's an unpretentios country girl at heart, but this French-Canadian bombshell is also a talented actress who smolders on camera); The Knockout (Arianny Celeste packs brains, beauty and personality into one tones and taut package. Get acquainted with every glorious inch of the UFC's sexiest Octagon girl) Fashion - The Highlanders (Show yourself to be a man of both good sense and good taste: Sport the enduring and durable style of Scottish tweed) News And Notes - Midsummer Night's Dream (Charlie Sheen, Kelly Brook, Steve Bing, Kevin Connolly, Crispin Glover, Berry Gordy, Jamie Foxx, Crista Flanagan and a host of other celebs put on their sexiest pajamas and join Hef for the annual Midsummer Night's Dream party); Playmate News (Mad Men re-creates a Playboy Club and recruits Playmates to appear as Playboy Bunnies; 2001 Playmate of the Year Brande Roderick pens a self-help book; Miss November 1998 Tiffany Taylor serves as a delectable vampire snack on True Blood; Miss February 1990 Pamela Anderson helps roast former co-star David Hasselhoff) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine Playboy Forum - Steve Vs. Steve (Tim Wu on how Apple's conflicting ideologues caused the company to morph from revolutionary to despot); Bad Apple (Apple decides what you can read on an iPhone. Who died and gave Steve Jobs the job of censor)
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December
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Contents - Features - Vulture Capitalism (When disaster strikes, so do they - preying on the poor and the vulnerable. Aram Roston investigates the unscrupulous creditors and low-life investors who make a lavish living off the impoverished in Argentina and the Congo); (Secret) Marilyn (Joyce Carol Oates deconstructs Norma Jean); Last Days On The Other Side Of The Fence (Kenneth E. Hartman recalls life before prison); The Palm Readers (Mark Twain responds to five fortune-tellers); Holiday Spirit (A toast to festive drinking); 15 Innovations That Will Change The World (Steven Kotler reveals the most radical technologies on the horizon); Tip-Off 2011 (A primer for the upcoming college hoops season); Hollywood Fixer (Meet Aaron Cohen, private commando to the stars); Holiday Gift Guide (The coolest toys to bestow this season); Homesickness (Jim Harrison on the joys of his remote cabin); If Celebrities Were Snowmen (Frosty caricatures by Mark Summers); City Of Broken Dreams (Joe Eszterhas blasts Cleveland haters) Interview - Conan O'Brien (Coco opens up about life before and after The Tonight Show) 20Q - Olivia Wilde (The Tron beauty talks to Eric Spitznagel about cars, aliens and getting married in a bus) Fiction - Knock-Knock (A son grasps at jokes to cope with his father's death) Pictorials - Sex In Cinema 2010 (From primer vampires to exotic avatars, a look back at the year's most provocative on-screen moments); Private Dancer (Polish beauty Nina Bajerska channels Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in Black Swan for this erotic arebesque); Playmate: Ashley Hobbs - (Suffering from the winter blues? Golden-haired beach beauty Miss December will melt them away); Why We Love The '80s (An ode to the in-your-face era of sexy Lycra, leg warmers and big hair); Kendra Wilkinson (Everybody loves Kendra - expecially us. We salute Hef's former girlfriend with a trove of her sexiest photos) Cartoons - Classic Cartoons Of Christmas Past (A collection of quintessential holiday cartoons from bygone issues) Fashion - Men In Black (Black-tie season is upon us. These tuxedo tips from Steve Garbarino will ensure that you sport your formalwear with finesse and style) News And Notes - The World Of Playboy (Hef sits down with Jimmy Kimmel; Bridget Marquardt hosts Playboy's Good Life Party; Hef and Ray Bradbury hit up the Farenheit 451 screening; the Playboy Redux art exhibit opens in Chicago); Hangin' With Hef (Jane Fonda and Richard Petty visit Hef; Jack Nicholson's son takes a tour of the Mansion; Playmates Claire Sinclair, Crystal Harris and Hope Dworaczyk take in weekend movie nights); Playmate News (Miss December 2001 Shanna Moakler hosts Bridalplasty on E!; Miss March 1964 Nancy Scott finds joy in painting; Miss February 1999 Stacy Marie Fuson is the face of Effen vodka) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Reviews; Mantrack; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Grapevine Playboy Forum - An Obsolete Weapon (Daniel Wattenberg on how gun advocates' gains are bullets to the NRA); The United States Of Abstinence (Why Americans never get tired of saying no)
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