Playboy Magazine, June 1979

July 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 70s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 1979

Playboy Magazine's June 1979 issue covers a variety of topics ranging from politics to humor and everything in between.

Starting with an enlightening interview, Cleveland's beleaguered young mayor, Dennis Kucinich, answers some sharp questions about himself and his struggling city. The session leaves readers questioning: what's truth and what's evasion?

An intriguing article titled "Ocean Killings" by Roger Simon gives an insight into the intriguing world of salvaging sunken treasure in the Caribbean. It examines the patience and investments required for this venture and discusses the potential lucrative payoffs.

Fans of Steve Martin get a chance to revel in his trademark humor with "Cruel Shoes". This piece features excerpts from Martin's new book, further cementing his reputation as a 'wild and crazy' entertainer.

The June 1979 issue also brings "Dance-Hall Demoiselles" to the spotlight. The pictorial celebrates the captivating allure of dance-hall girls, even though their era might be fading.

One of the issue's highlights is Richard Rhodes' "Intimations of Immortality", an article that delves into the mechanisms of aging and potential ways to prevent it. It sparks a thought-provoking discussion on longevity.

As always, Playboy Magazine offers an array of engaging content. This edition includes a list of gifts for Dads and Grads, a riveting account of tornado experiences, an essay criticizing military brass, and an introduction to Playmate Louann Fernald. A complete package for the readers, it perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the late 70s.

Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.

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