Playboy Magazine, April 2011

Aug. 10, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2011

The April 2011 edition of Playboy Magazine hits the right note with a blend of art, culture, controversy, and glamour.

In the features, readers can delve into Playboy's 2011 Music Guide by Rob Tannenbaum, offering 15 compelling reasons to get excited about contemporary music. The vintage car enthusiasts will find Ken Gross's review of six mid-century sport rides to invest in a delightful read. Writer Will Self takes readers to the heart of a London street riot, examining the allure of political demonstrations, while Rodney Crowell paints an intimate profile of country music legend George Jones.

The interview with Helen Thomas gives readers a rare opportunity to hear the journalist's side of the story regarding the controversial comments that ended her acclaimed career. In a lighter vein, Josh Radnor, known for his acting, opens up about personal choices, creative pursuits, and his not-so-glamorous neighbor.

The fiction section offers a gripping moral dilemma in "The Passenger," as a woman must choose between confessing to an affair or providing an alibi.

Pictorials this month are diverse and captivating. Taryn Manning, known for serious roles, playfully sheds her inhibitions, while Miss April, Jaclyn Swedberg, exhibits her fearless beauty. The issue also presents Playboy's selection of the sexiest celebrities, including icons like Beyoncé and Scarlett Johansson.

Columns by Nick Tosches explore uncommon cures for common ailments in a quirky way, and Lisa Lampanelli's humorous guide on dating a reality reject brings a smile.

With a rich blend of music, cars, politics, personality profiles, fiction, and sensuality, the April 2011 issue of Playboy provides a balanced and entertaining reading experience, reflecting a wide spectrum of interests.

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