The April 1997 edition of Playboy Magazine offers an assortment of riveting interviews, absorbing articles, pictorials, and entertaining humor.
The issue opens with the 'Playboy Interview', featuring a candid conversation with the famous attorney and author, Vincent Bugliosi. It then presents the first part of the gripping fiction story 'Zero Minus Ten', followed by a toothsome pictorial section titled 'Talk About Toothsome!'.
A detailed profile on the hilarious television host Howie Mandel in 'Brace Yourself for Howiewood' is followed by 'Playboy's History of The Sexual Revolution', part III, focusing on the Jazz Age of 1920-1929. The spring preview of 'Electronics Fix '97' provides a glimpse into the latest technological gadgets.
Readers can feast their eyes on 'Kelly Girl', Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and have a good laugh with the 'Party Jokes'. 'A Toast to Taste' offers a preview of upcoming beverage trends, while 'Power Grooming' and 'Fashion Forecast' give readers insight into style trends for the upcoming season.
Other features include a revisited profile of Playmate Dolly Read, a pictorial and profile of Mariel Hemingway, and an insightful article, 'Bad Blood at the FBI'. The issue rounds off with a pictorial of 'Pal Joey' and a lively conversation with singer and actress Vanessa Williams in the '20 Questions' section.