Playboy Magazine, June 2010

Aug. 9, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 2010

The June 2010 issue of Playboy offers a diverse blend of intriguing articles, engaging interviews, and captivating visuals. Starting with the headline feature, Bill Zehme uncovers the tumultuous Conan O'Brien vs. Jay Leno late-night talk show war, providing an inside look at a mess that became TV history's biggest blunder.

Yoga's journey to Western acceptance is examined in "The Great Oom" by Robert Love, recounting the scandals that haunted its pioneer, Pierre Bernard. For cocktail enthusiasts, A.J. BAIME revives classic concoctions that fueled legends like Churchill, presenting "Old School" recipes for the modern-day drinker.

Russell Brand's candid interview with Eric Spitznagel dives into his colorful past and love life, while talk radio host Michael Savage's conversation with David Hochman sparks controversy with its outspoken content.

In the pictorials, the beautiful California girl Katie Vernola is featured, and the spotlight falls on Hope Dworaczyk, Playboy's first-ever 3-D Centerfold. A glance at Brazilian model Juliana Goes and a treasure trove of global photography adds a visual feast to this rich issue.

Other intriguing pieces include a collection of rejected letters to famous personalities in "Rejected" by Bill Shapiro, an homage to Baltimore's real heroes by John Waters, and a provocative fiction piece by Samantha Gillison.

This edition is packed with culture, humor, history, sensuality, and more, serving as a versatile entertainment source for a wide readership. Whether it's human interest stories, celebrity insights, or a mix of the two, the June 2010 Playboy delivers in its signature style.

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