Playboy Magazine's November 1978 issue presents an assortment of interviews, stories, and pictorials.
The issue's standout is a candid conversation with Geraldo Rivera, America's most fiery television journalist. In the interview, Rivera opens up about his private life and shares his outspoken views on various topics, from street junk to TV junk.
In the short story titled "Perfect Match," author Barbara Rochelle explores the subjective beauty of fire and how it can burn differently depending on the spectator.
Fashion-conscious readers will find "Take a Belt" interesting. This feature provides eight unique ways to enhance your waistline's aesthetics without losing weight, using just the right belt.
"Bunnies of '78" offers a pictorial showcasing an array of beauties from Playboy Clubs worldwide, providing a visual treat for the readers.
In the exclusive feature, "The Hoffa Wars," Dan E. Moldea provides an in-depth account of Jimmy Hoffa's murder, including startling new evidence involving the CIA, the Mob, and the plots to kill Castro.
Look for this issue in vintage magazine stores or on online platforms specializing in old and collector's magazines.