2014 Playboys

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Features - Hollywood High (What drives stars into addiction? Neal Gabler uncovers answers to darker corners than you'd think); Attack: Good Boy (Enter the world of the deadliest, best-trained protection dogs on the planet); Playboy Playbook (Want to dress, eat, drink, think, travel and live better than ever? Here's your new life manual); Winners, Losers And Legends (Millions scrutinize their gameplay. Victors earn seven figures. Are video games e-sports America's next NFL?) Fiction - The Bullet (Can Harry Bosch overcome the impossible to solve a 10-year-old homicide?) Interview - Brian Schweitzer (Could the former Montana governor, who's redefining what it means to be a Democrat, be Hillary's biggest threat? Jeff Greenfield finds out) 20Q - David Walton (The About The Boy star explains the tall guy's plight and teaches how to sell kitchen knives like a pro) Pictorials - Rise & Shine (Polish model Anita Sikorska makes even the earliest risers look like loafers in this sunrise shoot); Home Body (From an iconic L.A. mansion, Miss November Gia Marie speaks truth to the power of the unfiltered, incomparable female form); The Erotic World Of Salvador Dali (In 1974 we melded the psyche of the surrealist genius with the soul of Playboy. The result is as sexy as it is otherwordly) News & Notes - World Of Playboy (Cooper Hefner, Pitbull and midnight masqueraders abound at our Midsummer Night's Dream party); Playmate News (Dani Mathers launches her swimwear line; Alana Campos introduces our Biofit X Playboy lingerie collaboration) Playboy - Surrendering To Global Warming (Eric Klinenberg unravels what Hurricane Sandy means for coastal America); Decoding The Moneymen (Jeremy Repanich talks with John Lanchester, who is decoding Wall Street jargon to avoid another 2008); Reader Response (Debating the roots of inequality; mandatory minimum blues) Fashion - Bag Man (Murses make us gag. Trade up to holsters for life's essential tools: brews, blades and more) Columns - No Country For Tough Men (Putin tames bears while Boehner sobs daily. Joel Stein misses the era of manly U.S. politicians); The Art Of War (Hilary Winston prefers a man who knows what he wants - and will fight her tooth and nail to get it) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Entertainment; Raw Data; Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes