Playboy Magazine, March 2006

Aug. 4, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2006

The March 2006 issue of Playboy Magazine delivers a wealth of exciting and thought-provoking articles.

In "What's Going On Here?", Tim Flannery discusses the harrowing effects of climate change based on his acclaimed book. "The Year in Music 2006" recounts the aural pleasures of 2005, the rise of Houston hip-hop, and the New Orleans music scene's future. In "Playing for Keeps," Joel Johnson introduces readers to the ultimate game room, while Pat Jordan provides an engaging profile of competitive freestyle skier Jeremy Bloom in "Jeremy Bloom Can't Lose."

Tony D'Souza's "Sogbo's Wife" narrates a riveting tale of an international relief worker caught in a complex love affair in an African village. The forum, "China Syndrome" by Andrew Ross, discusses China's pivotal role in global outsourcing.

In this issue's 20Q, members of Franz Ferdinand share insights into their music and career. The main interview is with the iconic rapper and producer Kanye West, who candidly discusses his controversial statements, career highs, and his mother's advice.

The pictorials include the tantalizingly bold Willa Ford and the beautiful Playmate Monica Leigh. This issue also features Playboy's list of the 25 sexiest celebrities, from Jessica Alba to Ziyi Zhang.

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