June 2008

Table of Contents

  • Page Numbers: 54 55

    Interview |

    Playboy Interview: Steve Carell

  • Page Numbers: 54 55

    Interview |

    Steve Carell Eric Spitznagel

    A candid conversation with the most clueless boss on TV about playing likable idiots, almost losing a nipple and his courageous stand against mosquitoes

  • Page Numbers: 64 65

    Feature |

    The Black Kkk Jason Whitlock

    Thug Life is killing Black America. It's time fo do something about it

  • Page Numbers: 68 69

    Pictorial |

    A Night At The Crazy Horse Patrick Wilen

    A French twist on the strip joint comes to Vegas

  • Page Numbers: 74 75

    Feature |

    Fold Here Scott Alexander

    Today's collapsible wonders let you control how much space your stuff takes up, whether you live in a studio apartment or the Playboy Mansion

  • Page Numbers: 78 79

    Pictorial |

    Carla Bruni

    The French commander in chief's woman

  • Page Numbers: 80 81

    Feature |

    The Playboy Bar: Vodka James Imbrogno

    Vodka is the bar's great paradox. We call it the spirit that wasn't there: The less you notice its taste, the finer it's considered to be. Join us as we raise a glass to the clear leader, America's most popular liquor

  • Page Numbers: 82 83

    Fiction |

    Paradigm Shift Jane Smiley

    Going green means sacrifice. For two bored baby boomers it also means for sex

  • Page Numbers: 86 87

    Pictorial |

    Playmate: Juliette Frette

    The Write Stuff Miss June Juliette Frette explains why posing is liberating

  • Page Numbers: 96 97

    Feature |

    The End Of Newspapers Eric Klinenberg

    In our online era, newspapers are finished, right? The new news barons see opportunity where others see collapse

  • Page Numbers: 104 105

    Feature |

    46 Things You Never Knew About Call Girls A.j. Baime

    If Americans have learned one thing from Spitzer-gate-aside from the fact that the man was two-faced moneybags who wanted to gete caught-it's that we are living in a golden age of the call-girl business.

  • Page Numbers: 108 109

    20Q |

    Harvey Levin David Hochman

    The new king of tabloid journalism talks about his TMZ empire, gives advice to Britney, defends his ethics and tells what would happen if he met Alec Baldwin in a dark alley

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    Pictorial |

    Pmoy: Jayde Nicole Arny Freytag

    Canada's finest is your overwhelming favorite