August 2007

Table of Contents

  • Page Numbers: 46 47

    Interview |

    Playboy Interview: Chris Tucker

  • Page Numbers: 46 47

    Interview |

    Chris Tucker Michael Fleming

    A candid conversation with the Rush Hour star about Don Imus, hanging out with Bill Clinton and Bono and why he just doesn't work that much

  • Page Numbers: 56 57

    Feature |

    Building The Perfect President Jeff Greenfield

    So many candidates, so many shortcomings, if we want an ideal President, maybe we're going to have to build one, piece by piece

  • Page Numbers: 60 61

    Pictorial |

    Small-Town Triplets Arny Freytag

    The Satterfield sisters are three of a kind

  • Page Numbers: 66 67

    Feature |

    No Fare No Well Barry Hannah

    Sure, leaving Las Vegas is hard, but if you're an award-winning fiction writer and an unrepentant reprobate, leaving Tuscaloosa is a lot harder

  • Page Numbers: 70 71

    20Q |

    Paul Rudd Eric Spitznagel

    The Clueless star talks about making out with Jessica Alba and Michelle Pfeiffer, defends his feud with Coldplay and spins a hilariously warped fantasy about Al Pacino

  • Page Numbers: 72 73

    Feature |

    Entertaining The Future Scott Alexander

    As viewers vote with their eyeballs and take control of the content they consume, the media, entertainment and information landscape is being turned on its head.

  • Page Numbers: 76 77

    Pictorial |

    Playmate: Tamara Sky Stephen Wayda

    Sky's the Limit No chance of clouds in Miss August's Future

  • Page Numbers: 88 89

    Fiction |

    We Live In Water Jess Walter

    Being a good father can be murder

  • Page Numbers: 100 101

    Feature |

    The Greasecar War Seamus Mcgraw

    It's clean. It's renewable. It's free. Fry Grease is fueling some 20,000 cars on American Roads today. There's only one problem: it's against the law. A road trip into the frontier

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    Pictorial |

    La Belle Beauvais Dave Itzkoff

    Screen siren Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon's Ship comes in