Playboy Magazine, July 2007

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

Playboy Magazine, July 2007

The July 2007 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers an exploration of contemporary issues, insightful interviews, and a celebration of the summer spirit.

In "The Dark Side of the Summer of Love," Frank Owen traces the roots of America's crystal-meth crisis to the 1967 Haight-Ashbury era, delving into the sinister subculture that emerged in San Francisco.

"The Girlfriend Experience" by Erik Hedegaard introduces readers to Nikki Avalon, a member of the new generation of web-savvy escorts who are redefining the world of companionship-for-pay in the digital age.

"The Grills Next Door" features an ultimate guide to backyard barbecues, featuring Tom Colicchio's perfect porterhouse recipe and the best summer cocktails, sure to elevate your summer gatherings.

"The Open Road" is a tribute to the glory of the road trip. With a girl, a map, wheels, and wanderlust, discover 25 enticing destinations that will inspire you to hit the road.

In the fiction section, "State of the Union" by Jamie Malanowski presents an excerpt from his witty and cynical novel, The Coup, introducing readers to the brilliant and arrogant vice president of the United States.

James Lovelock's "Greens for Nukes" makes the case for nuclear energy as a viable alternative in our overpopulated, power-hungry world in the Playboy Forum.

20Q puts female race-car driver Danica Patrick in the hot seat, while the Playboy Interview presents Hollywood stalwart Bruce Willis, who candidly discusses his career, his relationships, and his political stance.

This issue, like all Playboy Magazine issues, is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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