Playboy Magazine, March 2007

Aug. 5, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2007

The March 2007 issue of Playboy brings a range of intriguing features.

In "The Real Cost of War," Mark Boal examines the mental health risks faced by soldiers in Iraq, particularly PTSD, highlighting the controversial stance of conservatives and the military's reticence to diagnose this condition.

"The Year in Music 2007" is an all-encompassing review of the music scene, featuring interviews with Lil Jon, Brooks & Dunn, Tyrese, and many more, alongside the announcement of Playboy's Jazz Artist of the Year and the results of our readers' poll.

"Business Class" brings you a selection of stylish office essentials to brighten up your workspace, featuring everything from vintage telephones to high-tech gadgets.

"Get Rich! Live Forever!" by Jonathan Black presents an entertaining exploration of XanGo, an antioxidant-rich fruit drink sold through a multi-level marketing scheme.

"Zombie Dan" is a thought-provoking piece of fiction by J. Robert Lennon, exploring the idea of resurrection and its spiritual cost.

In "The Playboy Forum," a feature titled "One Nation, Under Corporate Control" hosts a discussion among eminent economic authors Robert H. Frank, David Sirota, Paul Stiles, and Louis Uchitelle on how corporations came to exert such influence over the government.

20Q features an interview with the legendary pop diva Mariah Carey, who reflects on her career highs and lows, her feud with Eminem, and her breakthrough in the music industry.

The Playboy Interview brings Jeremy Piven to the spotlight, where he discusses his rise to fame, wild rumors, and his experience of portraying Hollywood agent Ari Gold on HBO's "Entourage."

The issue also includes pictorials of Mariah Carey, adding a dash of glamour to the mix.

This issue is available in both digital and vintage print formats.

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