Issue: 20170101

Sunday, January 1, 2017
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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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The "Old Bunhwills" Distillery Company
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The "Old Bunhwills" Distillery Company
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PLAYBILL
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Music, political awareness, consumerist iconography and Nike—some themes that connect four-time Grammy winner Ben “Macklemore” Haggerty and graphic artist Naturel. In Artist in Residence, Macklemore tells how he discovered and became inspired by Naturel's futuristic vector style, which transposes pop culture figures into cubist fantasies.
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CONTENTS
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masthead
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PLAYBOY
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MacNeil IP LLC
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MacNeil IP LLC
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DEAR PLAYBOY
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As a beer fan with the belly to prove it, I was happy to see Ben Schott take on the subject in November (The Rabbit Hole). But I noticed the breakdown of beers doesn’t include stouts, porters or brown ales—one of my favorite brown ales is Port Brewing’s Board Meeting, made in San Marcos, California.
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NO FILTER
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"Brand is such a bizarre world, but I am fucking selling something."
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Jessie Geoffray
“I bring up this idea of branding because if you’re in the spotlight as a young person now, you have to figure out your brand. Are you just an actor? Are you an actor and an activist? Are you an actor and an activist and a musician? ‘And’ ad nauseam.
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FOOD
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A Carnivore’s Guide to the Veggie Burger Revolution
A new category of juicy savory veggie burgers is giving beef a run for its money One variety even “bleeds”
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Alia Akkam
The veggie burgers of yore were compressed pucks of frozen vegetables thawing sadly on kitchen counters before getting the grill treatment. The requisite fixings of tomato, lettuce and ketchup were never quite enough to camouflage the tastelessness of these wannabe meats.
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DRINKS
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The Globalist’s Guide to Drinking Gin
Martinis are manly, but there are more worldly ways to enjoy gin. Here are the new rules
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Jason Horn
For most of the past 500 years, gin—which has just recently become the go-to insider order of the cocktail cognoscenti—has been perceived as a product of either England or Holland. The Dutch popularized the stuff (it was originally genever, a more whiskey-like juniper-flavored spirit), and then the British cornered the market with London dry gin—a clean, crisp, juniper-heavy style that was the base of the lunchtime martinis of the Mad Men era.
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TECH
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All Aboard the Flying Car
Until we have personal aviation, the beautiful, easy-to-pilot Icon A5 is the next-best thing
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JOHN ALBERT
Humankind has sent a robotic dune-buggy-size rover careening across the red sands of Mars, yet a simple trip across any large city takes close to forever in stop-start traffic. It’s no surprise many of us wonder when the much anticipated flying car will finally arrive and allow us to soar above our congested environment.
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Nautilus, Inc.
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Nautilus, Inc.
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TRAVEL
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HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PARTY
Football fandom touches down in Space City for February's Super Bowl. But the big game lasts only a few hours in a city full of grit and roughneck charm. Here’s where to go once you leave the stadium
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MICHAEL HARDY
Forty-three years ago, Hunter S. Thompson traveled to Houston to cover Super Bowl VIII, which pitted the Miami Dolphins against the Minnesota Vikings. Thompson spent a week searching for cocaine, hanging out at a “sporadically violent strip joint” called the Blue Fox and screaming fiery predawn sermons from a balcony at downtown’s Hyatt Regency.
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ADVISOR
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HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU’RE OFFICIALLY OFFICIAL?
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BRIDGET PHETASY
Q: I’ve been dating someone for more than a month, and I’m crazy about her. We see each other a few times a week, and she usually spends the night. I’ve hung out with her friends and even baby-sat her dog when she was out of town. I assumed we were exclusive— until a friend saw her on Tinder.
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MY WAY
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BOBBY HUNDREDS
From opening a poke restaurant to launching a unisex clothing line, the Hundreds co-founder can't stop moving the needle
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ROB BRINK
My parents are Korean immigrants, and I was one of maybe 30 Asians in a high school of 2,000 kids in Riverside, California. I was keenly aware that I was different—that I wasn’t white—and felt like the world was stacked against me. During that time, skateboarding shaped my life.
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THE RABBIT HOLE
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ON NEW YEAR’S EVE
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BEN SCHOTT
Nearly two thirds, or 62%, of Americans make New Year’s resolutions (according to a 2015 University of Scranton poll), but only 8% keep them. Below are the most common: [1] Lose weight. [2] Get organized. [3] Spend less, save more. [4] Enjoy life to the fullest.
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Fred Armisen
TV’s most prolific shape-shifter, the bespectacled face of Portlandia and Documentary Now!, gives a rare glimpse of his past, his process and his loathing of scorpions
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Danielle Bacher
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GAMES
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VR Lurches Into the Future
Resident Evil celebrates its 20th anniversary with some next-level immersive horror
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Harold Goldberg
You’re thrown into stifling darkness within a dilapidated mansion. You hear someone, some thing, approaching from behind, moving back and forth, a horrid shuffling. Then a zombie-like monster is in your face. She’s stringy haired and snaggletoothed, and even though you are in fact sitting safely (if shakily) in your living room, you can almost smell her.
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Sauer
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Sauer
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TV
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THE CREEPY REBIRTH OF ANTHOLOGY TV
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STEVE PALOPOLI
“Everything was moving toward these long, complex arcs,” he says. “Someone would say, ‘Have you seen this show? It really gets good around season three.’ Fuck me! To settle into a new big, multiseason epic, it was like buying a house.” Brooker was a big fan of Mad Men and Breaking Bad, but he also felt that a certain type of storytelling had been lost.
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FILM
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The Year’s Unlikeliest Sequel
Irvine Welsh talks T2: Trainspotting and the long, twisted road that led there
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Steve Palopoli
Irvine Welsh knows what you’re going to say about the Trainspotting sequel. If they were going to do it, they should have done it a long time ago, right? The Edinburgh-bred writer penned the novel on which the 1996 film was based, and by 2002 he’d delivered a follow-up called Porno.
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SEX
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When Ugly Gets Sexy
Why let looks get in the way when there's uninhibited fun in the bedroom to be had?
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AVA CLAYTON
This begins the way many good sex stories do: A young woman was sitting alone at a bar. She (I) spotted a man who promptly induced a fluttering between my legs, so much so that I had to cross them to keep my girlish excitement from working its way up through my chest and planting itself on my cheeks as two pink disks.
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COLUMN
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FRANCOFILE
A conversation on inspiration, Americana and style with Coach creative director Stuart Vevers
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JAMES FRANCO
JAMES FRANCO: Were you into fashion from a young age? STUART VEVERS: Not really. I grew up in the north of England, in Carlisle, in a very normal working-class family. I didn’t know there was a fashion industry until I was 17 or 18 and started going to London, which was a four-hour train ride.
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Playboy Interview
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Matthew McConaughey
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Stephen Rebello
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Pictorial
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SPECTRUM
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Features
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Wiped Out
Big-wave surfing was the world's most dangerous and thrilling sport, until crystal meth nearly sank it
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PETER SIMEK
By the time Vince Collier pulled his truck out of Santa Cruz and onto California Highway 1, Shawn “Barney” Barron and Darryl “Flea” Virostko could feel the LSD taking hold of their brains. They drove north. To the left, the Pacific Ocean looked cold and gray under a winter sky.
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Playmate
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Bridget Malcolm, Miss January, 2017
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<p>Before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, get a jump start on your list of resolutions by acquainting yourself with Miss January Bridget Malcolm. A trained oboist from Australia who favors Tchaikovsky, Strauss and Mahler, Bridget will inspire anyone who has resolved to learn a new instrument or explore a new career path this year.</p>
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FICTION
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FINISHING
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WALTER KIRN
Also thrilling to them was Lenny’s physical manner, which was that of an overburdened juggler continually on the verge of flubbing up. Simulating rising panic, its articulated, clawtipped arms would speed up crazily, threatening disaster, as they dispensed candy sprinkles and caramel sauce, blended milk shakes and built top-heavy cones that it pretended were too tall to hold and yet, despite much mock hobbling, never dropped.
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greeting from GREECE
Miss October 2014 Roxanna June offers a peek into her travel diary as she explores the beautiful Mediterranean
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Features
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UNDERBOOB A CULTURAL HISTORY
With bottom cleavage trending up, academics, experts and millennial men and women weigh in on the upsides and downsides of the underboob revolution
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EJ DICKSON
In April 2015, Marvel released a preview cover of the first Inferno, featuring Goblin Queen Madelyne Pryor in a black leather crop top that revealed the underside of her breasts, colloquially known as underboob. The look wasn’t without controversy: By the time the issue debuted in print a month later, the character’s abbreviated top had been swapped for a more conservative full-length shirt.
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PLAYMATE
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Joy Corrigan, Miss February, 2017
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<p>“I grew up poor. I didn’t know drinking powdered milk and wearing hand-me-downs wasn’t the norm,” says Miss February Joy Corrigan, who was raised on a small farm in North Carolina as one of 10 siblings. “I never imagined how much my hard work and focus would one day pay off.”</p>
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Features
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Infiltrating the CIA's Secret Art Collection
Few outsiders have seen (or even know about) the controversial works that hang inside the agency’s heavily fortified Virginia headquarters—until now
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MENAGHEM WEGKER
We realize we’re at the wrong entrance when a police cruiser pulls up behind our car. An officer steps out with one hand on his sidearm, eyes locked on me, as I approach a guard posted in front of the Central Intelligence Agency’s hyper-secure headquarters in Langley, Virginia.
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Pictorial
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After Midnight
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VISITING VIOLENCE
AFTER SURVIVING A MISSION GONE BAD, A SEAL STARTS QUESTIONING HIS LIFELONG CONVICTIONS
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JON RAYMOND
<p>Today, seated in the bleachers of his former high school, watching a brightly colored squadron of young men arranged against a singular opposing batter in a white jersey, Ben was forced to wonder if maybe all his tirades against baseball had been wrongly conceived.</p>
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Playmate
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2016 PLAYMATE REVIEW
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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
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NATUREL
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BEN HAGGERTY
A.K. A. MAGKLEMORE
I first saw Lawrence “Naturel” Atoigue’s artwork on the Gram. It popped out of the iPhone screen and made its place among the scroll of my ADHD timeline. Shapes—they’re what make up Naturel’s art. Shape after geometric shape that somehow coalesce into an image, often of a rapper or an athlete.
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PLAYBACK
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