Issue: 20070301

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TM OVER HERE LOOKING AT YOU
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Do you know who has had the most number one songs on the Billboard Hot 100? Sure, the Beatles. Do you know who is second on that list and could match them this year? See the above photo. Mariah Carey, who has been on fire since she first broke out in the 1990s, just turned up the heat by striking a pose before the lens of famed photographers Markus Klinko and Indrani for our cover. In 200 Carey welcomes you into her bedroom. "It was cool. She scheduled me for late at night, and we didn't get on the phone until 10 o'clock," interviewer Jason Buhrmester says. "She went up to her penthouse, shut the door and climbed into bed with a glass of warm milk and Frangelico. We talked for hours. It reminded me of being in high school and staying on the phone with a girl all night. I think the interview has a very intimate feel."
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PLAYBOY
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THE WORLD OF PLAYBOY
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HEF SIGHTINGS, MANSION FROLICS AND NIGHTLIFE NOTES
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TRUMP'S APPRENTICE AT THE MANSION
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The Apprentice is known for rewarding its contestants with lavish nov­elty trips when a team wins a given challenge. For the sixth season of Donald Trump's show, set this time in LA., the contenders were awarded the most fantastic surprise yet, a visit to the Playboy Mansion.
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BLOTTO IN THE GROTTO
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Radio personality extraordinaire Adam Carolla in­terviewed Hef for Carolla's Blotto in the Grotto radio show live from the Mansion, where Carolla's old buddy Jimmy Kimmel stopped in for a few laughs.
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ON THE ROAD WITH MERCEDES
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How's this for patriotic spirit? November cover girl Mercedes McNab stopped by the Fort Lewis Army base in Washington to visit the troops and sign issues containing her delectable picto­rial. We couldn't be any prouder.
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NO GUTS, NO GLORY
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Not for the squeamish: Kendra, Holly and Bridget joined Laguna Beach's Talan Torriero to present the prize for best femme fatale at the Fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, which honor the goriest in movies, television and music.
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A NIGHT ON THE TOWN
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During an eve­ning out with his girlfriends, Hef bumped into old friend and Tinseltown icon Al Pacino at the West Hollywood celebrity hot spot Madeo, where the pair shared thoughts over dinner.
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FRISKY FRIGHT NIGHT
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Letters to the Editor
Dear Playboy
IT'S BOND TIME
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Will someone please return the Rolex m James Howl's Desk (December) to whom it belongs? It's certainly not 007's. As any Ian knows, he wears an Omega. James Besser Woodbridge, Virginia
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Dear Playboy
CINDY MARGOLIS
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Thank you for the wonderful picto­rial of Cindy Margolis (Desperately Seek­ing Cindy, December). For some reason her photos download much faster when she's not wearing clothes.
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Dear Playboy
PLAYBOY IN IRAQ
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My wile and I wanted to send a care package to soldiers in Iraq. Alter doing some research online, we were dismayed
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MISS BRIT
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Thank you for featuring Miss Great Britain Danielle Lloyd (December). Wow! 1 hope pageant officials don't dethrone her. Is it me, or does she resemble Lisa Marie Presley? Marc Flores Santa Teresa, New Mexico
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Dear Playboy
THE FOUR GORES
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I enjoy reading (lore Vidal, but the views and impiovised history lesson provided by Three Senators (lore (Decem­ber) greatly skew the current political climate. While the struggle between patriotism and nationalism may be a war between our republic and a form of tyranny, the specific examples Vidal provides of the downfall of our revered electoral system are Hawed, (ieorge W. Bush has been outlandish in his
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DIXIE CHICKS
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I just finished the Playboy hitrn'inr
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Nina Sky
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PUERTO RICAN GIRLS JUST DYIN' TO MEET YOU
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Last Men Standing
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ANTIQUITY'S TOUGH GUYS DIS­PLAY SPARTAN RESISTANCE IN THE EYE-POPPING FILM 3OO
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What St. Patrick's Day Means to Me
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ARCHETYPAL NEW YORK IRISHMAN COLIN QUINN LOOKS BACK
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Arrest Strategy and Etiquette
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TIPS FROM RENO 911PS INCOMPETENT COPS ON WHAT TO DO IN A PINCH
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Contents Flammable
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Susan Seligson
WHAT DO YOU PUT IN A BOTTLE SHAPED LIKE A BONG? DUTCH VODKA, OF COURSE
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The Day the Looney Tunes Died
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NO ONE HERE GETS OUT ALIVE-NOT EVEN CUTE CARTOON ANIMALS
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Prison Belle
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YOU CAN LOCK US UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY WITH CORRECTIONS OFFICER ANN REINOEHL
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The Surest Shot to Take During March Madness
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TOAST YOUR TEAM WITH A MIX THAT TASTES LIKE THE THIRST QUENCHER
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The Self-Made Marilyn
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MISS MONROE HAS SOME EXPLAINING TO DO
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Serious On-Track Performance
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600-class power. The 2007 Kawasaki Ninja" ZX'"-6R sportbike takes it to the next level. It's quicker around a track than any middleweight Ninja sportbike in history.
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Men on a Mission
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14th century Ninjas set out on 1 of 4 major missions: scouting, espionage, sabotage and assassination. Modern-day playboy readers set out on 1—to get into the Playboy Mansion.
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The Right Stuff
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Ninjas use more than 26 different tools to protect themselves—from ashikos to bokkens to nunchakus. There's only 1 for the racetrack— the NinjaZX-6R.
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Enter the Dragon
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Ninjas were first written about in 15th century Japan. Western fascination with this elite group burgeoned in the early 1980s. American fascination with the Kawasaki Ninja started in 1984.
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Road Warriors
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Ninjas dress in 1 color: black for stealth. The Ninja ZX-6R comes in 4 colors: Lime Green, Atomic Silver, Ebony and Passion Red.
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Take Your Turns
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The ZX-6R is optimized in 2 ways—both the frame and swingarm allow it to respond instantly and precisely to the rider's every command. Don't you wish all your dates did this?
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Major Weight Loss
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The 2007 Kawasaki Ninja is the lightest Ninja yet. Due to the use of exotic metals—like aluminum, magnesium and titanium — it's a nimble 368 pounds.
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Hot Ride!
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5% of playboy Playmates ride motorcycles.
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Let the Good Times Roll
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Visit playboy.com/Kawasaki to discover the best places to ride your Kawasaki Ninja and enter to win a trip to the Playboy Mansion.
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Joy Rides
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Sticker prices and rental rates for the five most expensive cars offered by national luxury automotive service Putnam Leasing:
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Blowing It
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The average American goes through 743 tissues a year.
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Def Tones
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1 f\ O/ of worldwide music industry 1U /O revenue now comes exclu­sively from ring-tone sales.
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Chatty Cathies
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On average women speak about 20,000 words each day; men speak about 7,000.
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No Peace Pipe in the Middle East
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In Israel, increased border-security mea­sures enacted since the recent war with Hezbollah forces in Lebanon have sent the price of marijuana soaring 800%.
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Not Friendly Enough
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According to Glamour magazine, 35% of women have had feelings for a male friend that they have never revealed.
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Never Say Never Again
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By turning down the role of Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and the 10% to 15% cut of worldwide box office receipts New Line Cinema offered him up front, Sean Connery passed up between $290 million and $435 million.
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Au Naturel
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A survey conducted by MyVoice found that 48% of respondents consider body odor and poor personal hygiene a turnoff, while just 4% feel the same about refusing to wear a condom.
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Mouth to Mouth
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According to Match.com the average woman kisses 29 men before getting married.
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All the Kids Are Doing It
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A study in the Review of General Psy­chology reports that 91% of young women and 84% of young men approve of premarital sex. In the 1950s just 12% of women and 40% of men approved of sex before marriage.
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Price of a 30-minute hand massage and heat treatment to soothe business travelers' pain­ful BlackBerry thumb, offered by many Hyatt hotel spas in North America. (
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My Goodness!
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Guinness has 8,752 years remaining on its lease in Dublin. In 1759 Arthur Guin­ness took over the brewery at St. James's Gate and signed a contract committing to 9,000 years at $70 a year.
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[ZODIAC]
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Stephen Rebello
Downey and Gyllenhaal stalk a sexual sadist
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Black Snake Moan
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(Samuel L. Jackson, Christina Ricci, Justin Timberlake) Craig Brewer's provocative drama features Jackson as a God-fearing Tennessee bluesman who rescues a sex addict (Ricci) after she's attacked. Sexual tension simmers once Jackson tries to force redemption on Ricci by chaining her up in his shack.
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300
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(Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, Rodrigo Santoro) Another of Frank Miller's graphic novels inspired this hyperviolent epic. Based on history's ultimate suicide mission, the 480 b.c. bat­tle of Thermopylae, the film follows the Spartan king and 300 heroic soldiers as they fight a Persian army of millions.
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Ghost Rider
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(Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, Wes Bentley, Peter Fonda) In this newest Marvel superhero flick, Cage plays the stunt motorcy­clist who, years after selling his soul to Mephisto, is damned to morph nightly into a demon with a fiery skull. His mission is to trounce Blackheart, the son of the devil.
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Shooter
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(Mark Wahlberg, Michael Pena, Danny Glover) Disaster looms when former associates of master marksman Wahlberg lure the shooter out of self-imposed exile and persuade him to try to prevent a presidential assassination. Wahlberg is framed and attempts to unmask the real assassin while on the run.
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THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED
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Matt Steigbigel
A pointedly funny behind-the-scenes portrait of movie censorship
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THE PRESTIGE
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Stacie Hougland
Director Christo-
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PLAYBOY AFTER DARK: COLLECTION
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Robert B. DeSalvo
TWO Swinging parties from Playboy After Dark and the earlier Playboy's Penthouse continue with Hef and his celebrity friends
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THE DEPARTED
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Greg Fagan
Martin Scorsese's
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PENN & TELLER: BULLSHIT! THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON
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Buzz McClain
PLETE FOURTH SEASON (2006) In this sporadically amusing season, everyone's favorite hucksters take on abstinence (with a visit to a masturbation clinic),
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PERFORMANCE
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Bryan Reesman
The film that
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SCANNER
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(1962) This
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Tease Frame
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Christina Ricci's impressive resume covers almost every genre. Rarely has she bared all on camera, as she does in this scene from Prozac Nation. That may change with Black Snake Moan, in which she plays an insatiable nympho.
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SKYY VODKA
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TALIB KWELI IS BACK
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Cult hero MC does it his way again on Ear Drum
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8-BIT OPERATORS
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Tim Mohr
This is a collection of Kraftwerk songs by artists from the global 8-bit scene—ba­sically music geeks who use antiquated computer technology. You know: Commo­dore 64, Game Boy and Atari blips. But this album transcends nostalgia to show the beauty of both the songs and the ma­chines. (Astralwerks) vw —Tim Mohr
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DEAN & BRITTA
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T.M.
DEAN & BRITTA • Back Numbers
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THE EARLY YEARS
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THE EARLY YEARS • The Early Years
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VIETNAM
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VIETNAM • Vietnam
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PUNK TV
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PUNK TV • Punk TV
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RICHIE SPICE
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Leopold Froehlich
RICHIE SPICE • In the Streets to Africa
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SKINCARE FOR MEN
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KNOW WHERE TO HOLD 'EM
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Brian Crecente
Online gambling may be dead in the U.S., but that's no excuse to let your game slip
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GHOST RIDER
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Scott Stein
(PSP, PS2) Set in hell, this
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WINNING ELEVEN: PRO EVOLUTION
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John Gaudiosi
SOCCER 2007 (PS2, 360) A great
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NCAA MARCH MADNESS 07
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NCAA MARCH MADNESS 07 (PS2, 360) New momentum-based controls and
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MOB RULES
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A Mafia insider gives us a reality check on gangster games
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NEW EROTIC PHOTOGRAPHY
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Jamie Reynolds
What's sexy today may surprise you
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FINN
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Andrew Bradbury
Jon Clinch
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REMAINDER
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Camille Cauti
Tom McCarthy
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[THE FIRST PLAYBOY]
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Leopold Froehlich
Casanova tells all
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[TEN DAYS IN THE HILLS]
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Carmela Ciuraru
Jane Smiley shows what it is to live and get laid in L.A.
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The Big Cat
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Jaguar's latest has a stylish body and very sharp claws
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Green Pastures
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THOUGH WE'RE BIG fans of St. Patrick's Day, we're not much for green beer (or such abominable drinks as the Irish
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About Time
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JOSTLING, BUMPING, shov­ing: Urban commutes are a twice-daily death match. That's why Dunhill's City-fighter ($3,550, dunhill.com) comes with a snap-on stain­less steel face mask that pro­tects the beveled sapphire crystal. In a limited run of 2,000, this automatic me­chanical with a brown dial also hangs tough in water up to 30 meters deep. Now kindly get out of the fucking way.
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In the Bag
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GONE ARE THE days when you traveled by thumb and luggage consisted of a sandwich bag. A weekend getaway today means indulgence—luggage in the backseat, a beau­tiful companion sitting shotgun. Morgan Grays modeled the Hustler Overnighter ($1,150, morgangrays.com) after 1930s U.S. Olympic team bags. It's made of full-grain leather, lined in suede and finished in brass. Wallets are also available.
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Stand and Deliver
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IF YOU'RE BLOWING the dough for a schmancy plasma screen, don't skimp on where you hang it. Though its name is as retro as it gets, this TV Hi-Fi Stand ($2,440, anorahome.com) is all about Tomorrowland chic. Made from dark wenge wood, it swivels to your viewing spot du jour and has storage in its sides for CDs, DVDs, video games and whatever other types of media we may con­sume in the jet-packed, protein-pill-fueled future.
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The Latest Buzz
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NEW WHISKEYS due at a store near you (from left): Woodford Reserve will release only 750 cases of its fantastic Master's Col­lection Four Grain bour­bon ($80); Ardbeg 1990 Airigh Nam Beist (Gaelic for "shelter of the beast," $88) is a must-taste for Islay single-malt fans; Balvenie's NewWood 17-year-old single malt ($118) is so silky, it's like pajamas for your tongue; Evan Williams's delicious and affordable Single Barrel 1997 bourbon ($25)—in a glass by itself.
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The Playboy Advisor
The Playboy Advisor
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Alter foreplay and sometimes imme­diately upon penetration, my girlfriend will shoot a hot spray of"fluid, soaking my erection and the sheets and towels I put on the bed. It can"t be normal, but it is great. Have you ever heard of it?—G.J., Cathedral City, California
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PALMS
PLAYBOY CLUB
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THE PLAYBOY FORUM
ONE NATION, UNDER CORPORATE CONTROL
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HY DOES
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MARGINALIA
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FROM A BOOK
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Letters to the Editor
FORUM
THE RIGHT STUFF
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I want to let you know that 1 am the federal air marshal who exposed the memos that were forcing air marshals to file bogus intelligence reports about innocent passengers ("Newsfront," November). I was originally charged
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UPON FURTHER REVIEW
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In December's "Marginalia" you refer to congressional bill HR 5528, which contains a passage stating that its contents are not subject to any form of judicial review. I assume you quoted this because you find the prospect horrifying—and for what it's worth, I agree. However, the Constitution grants Congress very broad authority to define those areas over which the judicial branch has review power. Parrish S. Knight Silver Spring, Maryland
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MR. ED
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Gerry Garibaldi's "Conspiracy of Dunces" (December) can be taken seri­ously only if you pretend that educa­tion hasn't been an entirely male affair for the majority of the history of civili­zation and that discipline, usually very
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FORUM
LOVE STINKS?
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In "Tough Love" (December) Ishmael Reed claims William Bennett and other white commentators are wrong and are not giving all the facts. While Reed may be right that 70 percent of all people arrested are white, he is the one who doesn't give the facts: Whites make up approximately 80 percent of the popu­lation. Maybe Bennett has a point.
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FORUM
ROCK-AND-ROLL HIGH SCHOOL
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Alter reading "No Child Left Unre-cruited" (December), 1 thought some of your readers would be interested
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FORUM
CUSTOMS DECLARATION
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In "They Were Right" (December), you include a picture of a helicopter and the caption "Special ops fly Pave Low helicopters—painted black—for low-altitude infiltration." Actually, the gold line along the helicopter's side­shows it's a U.S. Customs Black Hawk, which means it falls under the Depart­ment ol Homeland Security.
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Doctor Do Little
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Washington. D.c.-With a new Congress in­stalled and talk of bipartisanship in the air, it's easy to forget the significance of executive-branch officials whose appoint­ments require no congressional approval. But late last year we got an unfortunate reminder when President Bush appointed Eric Keroack (pictured, inset) as deputy assistant secretary of population affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services. Keroack will oversee federal family-planning programs, which besides providing tests for pregnancy, STDs and cervical and breast cancer are supposed to offer education about and access to contraceptives. Here's the kicker: Keroack is a hard-core advocate of abstinence-only programs, routinely trots out bogus science to downplay the efficacy of con­doms and conflates birth control drugs and devices with abortifacients.
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Austin Cowers
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austin. TEXAS-The Texas Ethics Commission ruled that officials can satisfy state disclo­sure laws by identifying any monetary gift of more than $250 simply as "currency" without specifying the amount. The deci­sion follows a similar ruling a year ago when the commission said a gift of two checks for $100,000 could be declared as "checks." Both rulings stem from Republican donor Bob Perry's controversial 2005 payment of $50,000 to Bill Ceverha, a board member of the Employees Retirement System of Texas, who declared it simply as a check. "What the Ethics Commission has done is legal­ize bribery in the state of Texas," says Tom Smith, head of Texas Citizen, a campaign-finance-reform advocacy group.
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Ironico Flow
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riverside. California—Golden State Fence Com­pany, one of the firms contracted to build new barrier sections along the Mexican border in the late 1990s, was fined $5 million for us­ing illegal-immigrant workers. Two executives at the firm, which bills itself as "the home of the American dream," could also serve jail time. "Mistakes were made," says Golden State Fence attorney Richard Hirsch.
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Now Hear This
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new YORK-An opinion by Judge Lewis A. Kaplan of New York's U.S. District Court revealed an innovative kind of snooping being conducted by the FBI. The mike on a cell phone can be remotely activated as a listening device—even
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Bronco Busted
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Denver—Weeks after Bush favorite and rag­ing homophobe Ted Haggard resigned from the pulpit of his Colo­rado Springs mega-church, Paul Barnes, a
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Do I Smell Popcorn?
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Washington. D.c.-A new nonlethal weapon sys­tem has been certified for use in Iraq and could be coming to a police force near you. The Air Force's Active Denial System shoots a beam similar to a microwave; within seconds it heats the skin of those targeted, making them feel as if they are being burned. The radiation device was developed secretly at a cost of $40 million.
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SAND CASTLES
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DISCUSSIONS ABOUT IRAQ CONCENTRATE ON WHEN OUR TROOPS WILL LEAVE. THE REAL QUESTION IS WHETHER THEY WILL EVER LEAVE AT ALL
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Playboy Interview
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Jeremy Piven
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David Rensin
<p>A candid conversation with Entourage's resident shark about how agents love him, why tabloids hate him and what it's like to find stardom after 40</p>
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The Tao of Ari Gold
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The Crown Royal Company
Whisky
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The Real Cost of War
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Mark Boal
ooking back, Adam Koroli was not surprised when he heard the news that Jacob Burgoyne had stabbed a fellow soldier to death. Private Burgoyne predicted he would do something like that during their very first meeting at the Army hospital in Kuwait. Koroll, a medic, lis­tened intently as Burgoyne. his patient, explained himself: After what he had seen and done in Iraq, he had little to lose and even less control over his reactions. He already felt, he said, like "a murderer in his heart." Why not kill again?
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HOT FOR TEACHER
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Erica Chevillar gives a lesson in physical education
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THE PLAYBOY MUSIC AWARDS 2006
THE PLAYBOY MUSIC AWARDS 2006 PMA
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VERY FEW YEARS PEOPLE QUES­TION THE LONGEVITY OF HIP-HOP, JUST
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CRUNK & DISORDERLY
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LIL JON'S NEW LP EXPLODES BOUNDARIES. THE KING OF CRUNK WANTS TO ROCK
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HIP-HOP TO HOLLYWOOD
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Tyrese Gibson, a.k.a. Tyrese. a.k.a. Black Ty. had three gold and platinum discs by 2003. But like a lot of successful R&B and hip-hop artists these days, he kept getting offers for movie roles. The trend goes back at least as far as Ice Cube, who used Boyz n the Hood to transition to Hollywood and realized there was gold in them thar hills. In December Tyrese released a double album called Alter Ego. This summer he'll star in the blockbuster Transformers, which opens on the Fourth of July.
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ROCK AND REEL
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"in the end, a lot of the music i'd played was replayed by session musicians. that's where i took a step back and said, 'good luck. you're on your own: you take Hollywood's money, you eat holly-wood's shit." -paul westerberc, frontman of legendary band the replacements and composer of the score for last year's kid flick open season
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HOT TUNES
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FUTURE SHIT. VINTAGE SHIT. IT'S ALL GOOD
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BROOKS & DUNN
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With their honors for "Believe." Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn have now won more Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards than anyone. They have opened for the Rolling Stones, been presented with four-wheelers by the Coors twins, graced a Kellogg's Corn Flakes box and rmgmastered the Neon Circus and Wild West Show. They make great big honky-tonk with huge guitar licks, crashing cymbals and jumbo bass grooves. The duo is now into its second decade of making full-tilt, no-prisoners country, and Brooks's dervish-like stage presence and Dunns kerosene vocals have pretty much stolen the heart of Saturday night. Cold beer, hot girls (their "Play Something Country" video features a gaggle of glamazons roping and riding a randy bar patron) and good times. No wonder their Hillbilly Deluxe has kept up their run of megaselling IPs.
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GENERATION
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Nirvana s Kurt Cobain topped Elvis Presley on Forbes's 2006 list of top-earning dead celeb­rities, raking in some $50 mil-" lion. Sales of albums and such merchandise as the Cobain action figure (pictured) certainly helped, but most of the money came in one huge chunk when Courtney Love sold a 25 percent share of her husband's song catalog to Primary Wave.
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KISSING COUSINS
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Hip-hop and country can seem like diametrically opposed genres: urban versus rural, samples versus fingerpicking, one traditionally black, the other white. Then again, Rick Rubin followed up producing the Beastie Boys and Run-D.M.C. with a best-selling Johnny Cash record. Here's more evidence that suggests country and hip-hop are related after all.
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MEET THE ROCKERS
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Ever since the Beatles and Stones first got knickers wet back in the mid-1960s, the British Invasion hasn't let up. But me still misunderstand new guitar bands from across the pond.
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MICKEY AVALON: HE SO HORNY
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"My dick don't fit down the chimney/Yo' dick look like a kid from the Philippines." Meet the MC behind these lines from "My Dick." the most hilarious put-down rap of the year. Think of him as the male Peaches.
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FALL OUT GIRL
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Ash is the singer for hotly tipped New Years Day, an Orange County band about to shake up the emo scene
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SIOUXSIE SIOUX
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"I have a huge Goth side to me. Siouxsie was part of the whole British punk-rock scene—so badass. My grandma is a crazy Goth lady. She
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DEBBIE HARRY
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"How could you have Cwen Stefani and Madonna with­out Debbie Harry and Blondie? She's every­thing a frontwoman now should be. I wisj^
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BILLIE HOLIDAY
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"You can't fake the pain in her voice, yet there's still some­thing strangely up­beat about her music. My band likes to sing about ripping Cupid's
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GWEN STEFANI
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"We went to the same high school and junior high. Her teachers were my teachers. I saw No Doubt play at a GOO-person venue. She played the same
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HEART
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"I think it's important for women to know 1970s Heart. Ann Wil­son could wail. I as­pire to sound like her. Nancy Wilson, the guitar player, ripped
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GIVING IT UP
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ROCK STARS WERE VIRGINS _ 1 ONCE TOO: CHECK OUT TRUE STORIES OF PARADISE BY THE DASHBOARD LIGHT
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JAZZ ARTIST OF THE YEAR
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JAZZ HAS CHANCED dramatically since we first covered it in playboy more than 5OJJ years ago. That's what good jazz does: It! changes. This year's Playboy Jazz Artist of the Year, saxophonist Branford Mar-i salis, is one of the more protean musij dans working the bandstand today. One of six brothers in an illustrious family,1! Branford was born in New Orleans in 1960 and now lives in North Carolina. Hej has come a long way from his days as| bandleader for The Tonight Show. After leaving Jay Leno, in 1995, Marsalis made* a serious commitment to pursue seri-l ous music. Yet his subsequent work has never been pretentious or scholastic. Leading his powerhouse quartet (with pianist Joey Calderazzo, bassist Eric Revis and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts), Marsalis is always probing, always look­ing for new directions, always challeng­ing our assumptions about music. A1 times he blows a robust tenor, but he can just as easily play a lyrical soprano His latest album, Braggtown (Marsalis Music), contrasts high-energy burners with intricate ballads. Perhaps more than anyone else today, Marsalis can be| relied on to be interesting. His uncom-1 promising dedication to music gives us hope for the future of jazz in America, j
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NINTH-WARD REVIVAL
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Along with Harry Connick Jr., Branford Marsalis has helped build 81 houses for musicians who lost their homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In recognition of his efforts, Playboy will make a donation to the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity Musicians' Village. I
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MUSIC POLL WINNERS
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Hey, postpunkers: Stick around long enough and you'll be the world's biggest rock band. It worked for U2, which flirts with irrelevance but rocks your nuts off every time. With Stadium Arcadium, the Peppers reach the same plane.
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HALL OF FAME
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THIS YEAR MARKS a milestone in the Hall of Fame. Please help us welcome and anoint the first Generation X act, Depeche Mode. Formed during the experimen­tal days of postpunk England, Depeche helped launch the New Romantic move­ment. Melodic synth pop and foppish clothing, however, didn't seem like a for­mula for longevity. So despite the group1! huge single, "Just Can't Get Enough," am hit first album, the future looked bleak when songwriter Vince Clarke departed in 1981. Funny thing happened, though: With Martin Gore assuming songwriting duties, the band (Gore, Dave Gahan am Andy Fletcher) veered into darker terri­tory and came out the other side as one of the biggest acts on the planet. A series of brilliant singles—"Everything Counts," "People Are People," "Strangelove"—set the stage for world domination, achieved with the Violator album in 1990. The 1990s were very kind to the Mode. Despite the trio's total disregard for the tidal change in guitar rock, the edge on its own music stayed sharp as the band remained at the forefront of electronic innovation. This past year Depeche headlined Coachella, continued to tour behind the excellent Playing the Angel LP and released a well-earned best-of compilation. Nice one.
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(BUSINESS) CLASS
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Some consider these items luxuries. We consider them office essentials. Clockwise from top left: • The first rule of office life is to get wood whenever possible. Swedx's 19-inch LCD monitor ($550, swedx.com), made of sapele wood, will class up your spreadsheets • Odyssey Black Series putters (S310, odysseygolf.com), fresh this season, work as well indoors as out. • Colibri's handsome crystal table lighter (S45, davidoffmadison.com) can handle all your smoking needs. • Bentley Motors' new limited-edition fountain pen ($6,750, tibaldi.it) celebrates the 60th anniversary of the company's historic factory in Crewe, U.K. It's made by Tibaldi and takes its design cues from the inimitable Bentley Continental GT Diamond Series. • Ever since the movie Wall Street came out, every two-bit business major has been quoting from The Art of War. We prefer to cite the Bard's more refined insights, every one of which is contained in this leather-bound edition of The Arden Shakespeare Complete Works ($75, amazon.com). • JVC's EX-A10 system ($ 1,100, jvc.com) comes with the com­pany's fantastic wood-cone speakers and is a stealth DVD player if you hook it up to a TV.
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Playmate
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Tyran Richard, Miss March, 2007
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<p>Miss March is a Cajun queen</p>
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PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES
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What do you tall an evangelical church leader who uses speed? A Crystal Methodist.
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PARTY JOKES
ZOO STORIES
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D Edwin
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Features
GET RICH! LIVE FOREVER!
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JONATHAN BLACK
CAN AN EXOTIC JUICE LEAD TO
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Fashion
ROCK THE RABBIT
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LOUO MUSIC,
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Notes and News
Centerfolds On Sex
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FANTASY ISLAND
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Notes and News
Lust For Life
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I believe in lust at first sight. Within the first 10 minutes either there's chemistry or there isn't. Don't get me wrong: Marrying your best friend is great, but one day you may want something more. I tend to notice the guys with crazy hair and lots of tattoos. I don't need to know who made his shoes or shirt. I don't need to know how much money he has or how much he can spend on me. Basically, I love people who don't care what other people think, who live for what they want and do what they want. It reminds me of something I once read: "Don't take i too seriously; you'll never get out alive."
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Fiction
Zombie dan
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J. ROBERT LENNON
They figured out how to bring people back to life—not everybody, just some peo­ple—and this is what happened to our friend Dan Larsen. He had died falling off a yacht, and six months later, there he was, driving around in his car, nodding, licking his pale, thin lips, wearing his art­fully distressed sports jackets and brown leather shoes.
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Pictorials
25 Sexiest Celebrities
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This much talent
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Libitrol
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Playboy Store
DVD Collection
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BOWFLEX
Xtreme
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Dirty Duck
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Bobby London
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Maxoderm
Maxoderm
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WFERE & HOW TO BUY
WHERE & HOW TO BUY
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Below is a list of retailers and manufacturers you can contact for information on where to find this month's merchandise. To buy the apparel and equipment shown on pages 32, 35-36. 74-76, 96-101 and 146-141, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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Panties
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ELEVATORS
Elevator Shoes
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Better Sex
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Liberator
Liberator
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MEATY Myths
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Nutri System Inc.
Nutri System
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Playboy
THE PLAYMATE BOOK
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Playboy
Issues
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PLAYMATE NEWS
CENTERFOLDS ARE A HIT AT GLAMOURCON 2006
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Although Playmate worship is not gener­ally a recognized faith, a visit to the Glam-ourcon convention may have you believing otherwise. The 40th Glamourcon, held in L.A. in November, offered adoring fans a rare opportunity to get up close and per-
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PLAYMATE NEWS
20 YEARS AGO THIS MONTH
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In 1987 Marina Baker was performing in the London production of Forever Elvis,
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PLAYMATE NEWS
LOOSE LIPS
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Stacy Fuson
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PLAYMATE NEWS
PLAYBOY BRUNETTES DISPEL MYTH
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PLAYMATE NEWS
HOT SHOT
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PLAYMATE NEWS
MY FAVORITE PLAYMATE
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Michael Kostroff
Miss August 1987 Sharry Konopski really knocked my socks off. Plus Sharry and I had something in common. Under turnoffs
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PLAYMATE NEWS
POP QUESTIONS: MARILYN COLE
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Q: You recently published a feature story in British Gil on the new Playboy Club in Las Vegas, and you are a regular contributor to British Esquire. How A
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PLAYMATE NEWS
PATRIOTIC PLAYMATES
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Though Playmates would make for fan­tastic USO events, religious sensitivi­ties have kept these lovely emissaries out of Iraq and Afghani­stan. Still, our Cen­terfolds continue to make appearances stateside. Here Serria Tawan, Ava Fabian, Lauren Anderson, Athena Lundberg and Market a Janska pose with Sergeant Gode of the U.S. Army while visiting an L.A.-area veterans hospital.
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PLAYMATE NEWS
PLAYMATE GOSSIP
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Miss January 2002 Nicole Narain is starring in a comedic drama on the new channel MyNetwork
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ZHBLER
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Playboy On The Scene
Playboy On The Scene
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WHAT'S HAPPENING, WHERE IT'S HAPPENING AND WHO'S MAKING IT HAPPEN
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Playboy On The Scene
Beach Time
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Actor Adam Beach's life story proves that though you may be down, you're never out
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Grapevine
Rapper's Delight
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Ice-T, you motorboatin' sun of a bitch. You old sea captain. Flaunting your wife, COCO, all over town and on your latest album cover. Tell us, are they built for speed or comfort? (What does that question even mean, anyway?)
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Grapevine
Making One or Two Points
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Days after her bra-busting cameo made Ugly Betty the talk of the watercooler, executive producer SALMA HAYEK flaunted the flautas at a London press conference. Fine, we'll watch your show.
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Grapevine
Just Out of Frame: PLAYBOY's Party Jokes Page?
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A picture is nice,
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Grapevine
Cracking the Top 10
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MICHELLE S«OTr-LEE is a member of Liberty X, which scored a hit with "Being Nobody," amashupof ChakaKhani
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Grapevine
Can Sasha Come Out to Play?
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In the ego-laden entertainment world, BEYONCE is a true dream girl, an antidiva. The shy Houstonian recently admitted she had to invent an alter ego named Sasha to make her stage show suitably hot. Hey, whatever it takes to make that jelly shake....
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Grapevine
Do These Hot Pants Make My Ass Look Big... Enough?
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Potpourri
SOUND THINKING
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Ultimate Ears' UE-10 Pro earphones are a im.-wbov staff favorite, and it's no secret why. Custom molded to your ear canal with three individual speakers in each earpiece, they're damn near perfect. They also cost $900. Now, however, Ultimate Ears has released the Triple.fi 10 Pro, which packs the same speaker technology into universal-fit earpieces. The kicker? They cost $400 and sound almost as good as their custom-molded cousins. Think of them as your personal portable listening room. Info at ultimateears.com.
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TOP DRAWER
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We all have a Sunday afternoon painter in us, but no one wants to spend Sunday-evening cleaning brushes. Wacom's Cinuq21UX(S2."i()(). wacom.com) mar­ries all the precision of the company's renowned drawing tablets with a bril­liant display, so you can draw, paint and scribble directly on the screen. It's as intuitive as digital artistry gets, with more than 1,000 levels of pressure sensitivity. It comes with powerful painting software and works seam­lessly with both Macs and PCs.
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HOT AND BOTHERED
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For New Yorkers, the Red Cat is a prime date location. Show up at the Chelsea eatery in jeans or a tux and no one bats an eye. And the menu? It's like comfort food and haute cuisine having sex on
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BEETLE JUICE
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.Scll-suHiciency is a virtue. But as prepared as you leel. those jumper cables in your trunk won't do you much good when you get stuck on the side of a remote mountain. In those situations (or if, like us, you just hate asking strangers for favors), the Freeplay 1'YeeCharge W'eza ($250, freeplayenergy.com) is invaluable. You can plug it in at home to charge the battery and use it to jump-start a dead vehicle. Kven better, if the We/a itself runs out of juice, you can use the attached loot pump to charge it up again no matter where you are. In a pinch you can even use it to charge a GPS device or cell phone. Just remember, under no circumstances should it be used as all-weather nipple clamps.
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MISSING LINKS
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If you've ever had a cull-link emergency, you know it's the kind of floppy-armed mess you'll never want to face again. To ensure it never happens to you, pack a set of Kmergency Cuff Links (SI6, touchofginger.com) at all times. Slide them into your wallet and you won't even realize you're carrying them—until disaster strikes, at which point you'll fall in love with yourself all over again.
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THE URGE TO MERGE
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We've burned out a blender motor or two in our time. Somehow we don't think
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THE DAILY GRIND
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In case you haven't heard, the parlor game du jour among urban sophisticates is Food or Grooming Product? It's not always easy to tell. The people at Molton Brown are good at turning the stuff of salad dressing into the stuff of showering. Among their latest: the Re-charge Black Pepper Body-wash ($25, www.moltonbrown .co.uk), made with real black-pepper oil. The scent and feel on your skin make for an invigo­rating experience in the morning. Add a little of your girl's salt scrub and cucumber shamp and you're Captain Appetizer for the day.
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BABY DOLLS
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We at playboy are an admittedly open-minded bunch. Still, as accepting as we can be, we draw the line at grown men playing with dolls—unless, that is, they're limited-edition bobbleheads of the Girls Next Door. Bridget comes in a lovely pink polka-dot outfit. Holly in a cheerleader number and Kendra in a football getup. All are holding flutes of champagne. They stand eight inches tall and are $29 each at playboystore.com. Knock yourself out.
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SUGAR IN YOUR COFFEE?
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What you see here is dessert and cofiee rolled into one. Pocket Cofiee is real Italian espresso enclosed in a praline shell, then coated in chocolate. A mainstay in Italy and with a cull like following in America, this delicious candy was created in 19()8 by Ferrero, the same company that invented Nutella. It's famously hard to buy in the States, but w-e found it at caprillavors.com (box of 18, SI.'5). Pop one in your mouth, close your eyes, and you're standing at a cafe on Rome's Piazza Vene/.ia, watching the scooters swerve by. Seconds later the caffeine buzz kicks in.
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Next Month
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ASHLEY MASSARO—PUTTING THE BODY IN BODY SLAM, THE WWE DIVA AND WINNER OF THE HERALDED BRA & PANTIES GAUNTLET MATCH REMOVES THE TIGHTS FOR A NO-HOLDS-BARRED PIN-HER-UP, PIN-US-DOWN PICTORIAL.
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SMOKELESS TOBACCO
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