Playboy Magazine, April 2016

Aug. 13, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, April 2016

The April 2016 issue of Playboy touches upon diverse aspects of modern culture, including art, politics, technology, and entertainment. Here's a glimpse at what's inside:

Departments and Features:

  • No Filter: Allie X opens up about her shadow self, revealing a unique and mysterious persona.
  • Drinks: Dive into the world of agave spirits, and meet tequila's spicier siblings.
  • Style: Witness the resurgence of American watches as they reclaim their throne in the world of horology.
  • Auto: Spring gets hotter with the new Porsche Boxster Spyder, a must-have for car enthusiasts.
  • Advisor: An earnest plea to grow up and leave behind the man-child friend.
  • My Way: Greg Chait, the Cashmere king, shares his journey to become the emperor of his own Rome. Discover the smart side of dumb phones and explore gender-bending colognes.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Ben Schott curates a myriad of marijuana miscellany, giving readers a diverse look at the world of cannabis.
  • 20Q with Bob Odenkirk: The "Better Call Saul" star talks about his unlikely rise to leading man status.
  • TV & Film: Get recommendations for true-crime shows and learn about Patrick Stewart's transformative new roles. Will these characters finally put Captain Picard to rest?
  • FrancoFile: Join a conversation between James Franco and "Game of Thrones" director Michelle MacLaren.
  • Politics: John Meroney dissects the circus known as the primaries, examining why we endure this political tradition.
  • Culture: John Albert explores the unexpected connection between hipsters and shooting.
  • Interview with Don Cheadle: As Cheadle prepares to release a risky project, discover what's on his mind.
  • Molly Steele: A closer look at a limit-defying and beyond-beautiful photographer.
  • The God Shot: Matt Farwell narrates a true tale of a veteran's struggle to stay sane after returning home.
  • Fiction: Enjoy "Insipidities" by Marie Calloway, a thought-provoking piece of literary art.
  • Miss April: Camille Rowe's charming and sensual pictorial, sent with love from Paris.
  • Is Lagos the Most Dangerous Party City on the Planet?: Adam Skolnick investigates the party scene in Lagos.
  • Artist in Residence: Delve into the bizarre and unapologetic world of artist Aurel Schmidt.

With its diverse topics and perspectives, the April 2016 edition of Playboy encapsulates the contemporary zeitgeist, offering readers a nuanced and enjoyable exploration of modern life.

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