Playboy Magazine, April 2007

Aug. 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2007

The April 2007 issue of Playboy opens up new facets of culture, crime, and health.

"Boosting the Big Tuna" by Hillel Levin tells the gripping tale of street burglar John Mendell who allegedly robbed the secret lair of Mafia boss Tony "Big Tuna" Accardo and was murdered, with the trial, decades later, being coined as Operation Family Secrets.

"L.A. Confidential 2007" by Deborah Schoeneman explores the impact of renegade gossip blogs like Perez Hilton, Jossip, and Gawker on the landscape of Hollywood journalism and celebrity coverage.

"Swing Fever" is a comprehensive guide to the best golf course experiences, from grand hotels to exquisite bars, by Steve Ager, Kevin Cook, and Scott Gummer.

"Dr. T to the Rescue" by Pat Jordan offers an in-depth examination of the use and alleged benefits of human growth hormone, as promoted by the antiaging industry.

In "The Third Sense," Nadine Gordimer, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist, presents a story about a woman who suspects her husband's infidelity based on a scent.

"Breaking the Law" by Lori Andrews criticizes the patent laws that are being used to grant broad and ill-defined patents, transforming into a system of legalized extortion.

20Q features a candid conversation with Will Arnett, the Canadian actor famous for his role as Gob in "Arrested Development." He talks about upcoming films, his experience in "Blades of Glory," and the potential of Arnett backlash.

In the Playboy Interview, political satirist Bill Maher discusses his criticisms of President Bush and religion, the Iraq war, dating younger women, and the infamous stripper's pole in his home, in a candid discussion with David Sheff.

The issue also includes pictorials of the most beautiful Playmates from Playboy's international editions, the German-Italian Playmate Giuliana Marino, and the WWE diva Ashley Massaro.

This issue is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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