Playboy Magazine, June 2013

Aug. 11, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, June 2013

The June 2013 edition of Playboy presents a fascinating mix of sports, entertainment, culinary arts, and activism. Here's what you'll find inside:


  • "MACHO VS. CAMACHO": Bob Drury tells the tragic story of boxing legend Héctor "Macho" Camacho, a beloved figure in Puerto Rico and the Bronx, focusing on his life and his shocking murder.
  • "THE BONE THIEVES": Brett Forrest travels to Mongolia to hunt for illegal dinosaur fossils, a natural resource with a bizarre and unnatural allure.
  • "THE BADASS": Rob Tannenbaum explores the world of Eric Church to determine if he's ruining or saving country music.
  • "THERE WILL BE MUD": Kevin Cook drags readers through Tough Mudder, an endurance race described as one that will "pull your balls up into your larynx."
  • "THE NEXT PIG THING": Beef might be for dinner, but pork is for an epic feast. This grilling guide will inspire you to go hog wild all summer long.


  • "AI WEIWEI": The renowned dissident artist and activist discusses the price of free expression in China with David Sheff.
  • "KEVIN SMITH AND JASON MEWES": Eric Spitznagel talks to the dynamic duo about aging disgracefully and explores who owes their career to whom.
  • "PLAYBOY CLASSIC: FRANK SINATRA": A 1963 interview with Ol' Blue Eyes by Joe Hyams, revealing a side of Sinatra rarely seen.


  • "NUDE WOMAN RECLINING": Find inspiration in a unique pictorial featuring a Dutch beauty like no other.
  • "PLAYMATE: AUDREY ALEEN ALLEN": Spend a memorable summer at the beach with the vivacious Miss June.
  • "PLAYMATE OF THE YEAR: Racquel Pomplun"

The June 2013 issue of Playboy offers readers a vibrant blend of culture, creativity, and excitement. With content ranging from the wild world of illegal fossil hunting to in-depth interviews with trailblazing artists and entertainers, this edition is filled with stories to challenge, entertain, and provoke thought. Whether you're a fan of music, sports, food, or simply looking for stunning visuals, this issue offers a little something for everyone.

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