November 2010

Table of Contents

  • Page Numbers: 38 39

    Interview |

    Robert Downey Jr. Michael Fleming

    A candid conversation with one of Hollywood's best actors about becoming a superhero, surviving his past and why he has the confidence to never sing again

  • Page Numbers: 50 51

    Feature |

    How The Outfit Killed Jfk Hillel Levin

    It's been nearly 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Here's a new take on what happened that day in Dallas

  • Page Numbers: 54 55

    Pictorial |

    Dutch Treat

    We present nine compelling reasons to fall in love with the Netherlands

  • Page Numbers: 60 61

    Feature |

    We've Built A Minimum-Wage Gilded Cage Adam Carolla

    Being underpaid shouldn't be an invitation to be an asshole

  • Page Numbers: 64 65

    Feature |

    The Big Bunny

    Forty years ago Hugh Hefner created the Big Bunny as a shapely pleasure dome. The skies have never been so friendly

  • Page Numbers: 68 69

    Fiction |

    The Petting Zoo Jim Carroll

    The cult author made a career of being a Catholic junkie poet. Who better to describe a boy's Rite of Passage gone tragically wrong? Playboy secures the last word of one America's greatest subversives

  • Page Numbers: 70 71

    Feature |

    The Big Heat Kent Black

    In honor of this month's Day of the Dead, we offer a tribute to the mystical chili, a fruit so hot it could wake a few souls

  • Page Numbers: 74 75

    Pictorial |

    Playmate: Shera Bechard Stephen Wayda

    White Hot Miss November sets hearts ablaze

  • Page Numbers: 82 83

    Feature |

    Shopping For A Mad Man Kim Jong Ryul

    In a nation shrouded in mystery, Kim Jong Ryul was in control of North Korea's biggest secret: the government purse for Western luxury goods. An exclusive look at how a dictator lived large while his people starved

  • Page Numbers: 90 91

    Feature |

    How To Destroy A Bank Tim Schultz

    Americans are angry about Wall Street. Here's one man's plan to take control of an industry that is out of control

  • Page Numbers: 94 95

    20Q |

    Zach Galifianakis Eric Spitznagel

    The comic actor has a few pet peeves: His fingers are too fat to text, audiences can be rude, computers annoy him-and don't get him started on hipsters and their tiny jeans

  • Page Numbers: 96 97

    Pictorial |

    The Knockout Jason Harper

    With brains and beauty, the UFC's Arianny Celeste delivers the one-two punch