Playboy Magazine, March 1987

July 17, 2023 in PlayBoy 80s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 1987

The March 1987 issue of Playboy Magazine is brimming with a combination of enlightening interviews, riveting articles, and attractive pictorials that exhibit Playboy's stylish substance and entertaining nature.

The issue begins with a candid conversation with Lionel Richie in the Playboy Interview, providing a personal insight into the musician's life and career. A comprehensive section on 'CrisisWeek' delves into the trend of 'Crisis Journalism', with insightful articles such as 'The Crisis Crisis' and 'A Guide to Crisis Journalese'. 'Victims of Press Stress' adds a satirical note to this in-depth coverage.

'Adventures of a Small-Town Sleuth' is a captivating pictorial that adds a visual allure to the issue, whereas 'The Decline and Fall of Okker Chic' is an article offering a unique viewpoint. A review of the 'BMW 325 Convertible' in the Modern Living section provides readers with the latest automobile news.

In the literary domain, 'Herpes and the Chaplain' is a gripping fiction piece, and the Fashion segment showcases a 'Shorts Story' followed by 'Jungle Fever'. 'Great Briton', the Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and Playboy's signature Party Jokes are staples that keep the readers entertained.

The issue continues with another fiction piece 'Getting Enough', and 'Critic's Choice: The 25 Best Restaurants' is an article that foodies will find invaluable. The '20 Questions' segment features Bob Vila, and a dazzling pictorial of Janet Jones is a visual treat.

The issue concludes with 'Of Bucks and Boats', an informative article that is sure to interest readers. This March 1987 edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and in select vintage magazine stores.

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