October 2011

Table of Contents

  • Page Numbers: 52 53

    Interview |

    Paul Rudd Eric Spitznagel

    A candid conversation with the comic goofball turned leading man(or vice versa) about the hipness of AOL, his hatred of cars and turning insecurity into stardom

  • Page Numbers: 62 63

    Feature |

    Bad, Bad Lori Arnold Karl Taro Greenfeld

    What happens when you single-handedly start the meth epidemic? When things are going well, you've got enough money to buy anything-a ranch, a plane, an underground lab.

  • Page Numbers: 66 67

    Pictorial |

    La Signora Martin Deeson

    When you're the secret mistress of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, life is a game of sex, jealousy and power

  • Page Numbers: 72 73

    Fiction |

    San Quentin Joyce Carol Oates

    Can you kill and still be innocent?

  • Page Numbers: 76 77

    Feature |

    The Weird Art Of Seduction Margaret Atwood

    The most daring female Pulp artist of the 1930s and 1940s illustrated just how dangerous the pinup could be

  • Page Numbers: 82 83

    Pictorial |

    Playmate: Amanda Cerny Stephen Wayda

    Up in the Air The Sky's the limit for Miss October

  • Page Numbers: 98 99

    Feature |

    The Exegesis Of Philip K. Dick

    Fredric Jameson eulogized him as the Shakespeare of Science Fiction, and Ursula Le Guin christened him our "Homegrown Borges." He is the author of more than 100 stories and 44 novels. The film adaptations of his work, including Blade Runner, Minority Report and the Adjustment Bureau, have generated close to a billion dollars at the box office. In his last book, a collection of letters, journal entries and graphs, he proves himself to be all the things he's been charged with-a self described "fictionalizing philosopher", a madman and a mystic

  • Page Numbers: 100 101

    Feature |

    How To Run A Mistress

    There's a right way and a wrong way to conduct an affair of the heart

  • Page Numbers: 104 105

    20Q |

    Gordon Ramsay David Hochman

    TV's omnipresent and foulmouthed chef get mad at overcooked Artichokes, lazy Sommeliers, diners who are too shy to complain, overweight colleagues, drug addicts and anyone dumb enough to invite him to a dinner party.

  • Page Numbers: 106 107

    Feature |

    The Island Of Doctor Ivanov Rob Magnuson

    Eighty-five years ago, the Soviets tried to create the perfect soldier by breeding apes with humans. Is it possible they succeeded?

  • Page Numbers: 112 113

    Pictorial |

    The Original Playboy Club Bunnies

    A survey of the women who worked in the club that changed the world