The March 1999 edition of Playboy Magazine serves up a unique blend of interviews, pictorials, and articles, all designed to entertain and enlighten readers.
This edition's 'Playboy Interview' spotlights Drew Carey, the comedian and host of 'The Price is Right.' Carey engages in a candid conversation about his life, career, and comedic philosophy.
The fiction piece 'The Return of Little Big Man' offers an absorbing narrative, while 'Will Your Relationship Last?' provides thought-provoking insight into the dynamics of romantic relationships. Other intriguing articles include 'Future Time,' an exploration of the latest trends in watches, and 'Hot TV,' which dives into the world of popular television.
'She'll Take Romance' serves as this issue's pictorial, presenting a series of provocative and tasteful images.
The magazine also features a profile on Rudy Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York City, aptly titled 'Rudy's Rules.'
'Investing with Lexie,' Playboy's 'Playmate of the Month,' combines finance with fun. The humor section keeps the mood light with 'Party Jokes.'
The issue also contains the informative 'DIY Starter Kit,' a guide to home recording, and '20 Questions' with Gerry Adams, an Irish politician.
Carson Daly takes the spotlight in the fashion segment, and 'Girls of KISS' pictorial celebrates the rock band's captivating female fans.
The issue wraps up with 'Playboy Music 1999,' which features a series of articles on the year's most influential music and artists, including Lauryn Hill, Beastie Boys, and the state of rock and roll.