Playboy Magazine, January 2007

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

Playboy Magazine, January 2007

The January 2007 issue of Playboy provides a variety of intriguing content.

"The Greatest Show in Sports" by Kevin Cook dives into the history and influence of ESPN's SportsCenter, featuring anecdotes and catchphrases from key figures like Keith Olbermann, Chris Berman, and Stuart Scott.

"The Immigration Mess" examines the crucial role immigrants play in US society, despite being underpaid and undervalued, and the forces determined to stop their arrival.

"Party of the Year!" is a hilarious roundup of the year's events featuring well-known personalities, from Dick Cheney to Mel Gibson to Borat.

"Ringing in the New Year" offers a comprehensive guide to throwing the perfect New Year's party, including tips on what to serve and when to dim the lights.

"Marriage & Magazine St." by Robert Stone is an evocative excerpt from his upcoming memoir, reflecting on a life-altering experience in the racially diverse and harmonious New Orleans of 1960.

"2007 Cars of the Year" unveils the top vehicle models of the year, including high-speed racers, a hyperquick hybrid, and a nostalgic classic.

The fiction section features "The Myth of Sisypha" by Walter Mosley, an erotic tale of a man transformed by betrayal into a 'sexistential' hero.

In "The Playboy Forum," Jonathan Raban discusses the disturbing erosion of privacy in post-9/11 America in his piece "We're Watching You."

20Q features an interview with Ellen Pompeo, who talks about her role on Grey's Anatomy, her bartending skills, and her run-in with Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Playboy Interview presents T. Boone Pickens, a legendary oil tycoon who shares his bleak outlook for oil and his predictions for the future.

"The Passion of Pam" is a tribute to Pamela Anderson, the quintessential Playboy icon.

Miss January, Jayde Nicole, offers a stunning start to the year, while "The Year in Sex" recaps the year's most memorable moments of eroticism.

"Playboy's Playmate Review" lets you review the past year's Playmates and vote for the Playmate of the Year.

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

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