Playboy Magazine, November 2016

Aug. 13, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, November 2016

In the November 2016 issue of Playboy Magazine, readers will find an eclectic selection of articles, interviews, and features:


  • No Filter: Bella Thorne sends a bold message to her critics.
  • Food: Discover the rising popularity of Nashville's famous hot chicken across the nation.
  • Style: Learn about the must-have jacket of the season, a timeless piece for every wardrobe.
  • Tech: Kodak makes a unique comeback with a camera that marries vintage film and contemporary functionality.
  • My Way: Designer John Varvatos discusses launching his own record label.
  • The Rabbit Hole: Ben Schott uncorks a wealth of knowledge about mindful beer drinking.
  • 20Q with Jeffrey Dean Morgan: The actor shares insights into his role in the "Walking Dead" cliffhanger.
  • Books: Emily Witt offers a bold vision of the future of sex beyond technology and algorithms.
  • Games: Explore two video games that dive into mankind's ongoing struggle for natural resources.
  • FrancoFile: Enjoy a lively Q&A with James Franco and Method Man.
  • Politics: Analyze how Donald Trump managed to quiet Washington's war hawks.


  • Interview with Michael Hayden: The former head of the CIA and NSA sheds light on Russian hacking, Edward Snowden, and more.
  • In a Past Life: Photographer Jean Pierrot and model Cent Nadir celebrate a bygone era of leisurely living.
  • The White-Collar Future of Weed: Explore the future of marijuana as it moves toward mainstream retail.
  • Best Bars 2016: Raise a toast to 10 revolutionary bars changing the nightlife landscape.
  • Miss November: Get acquainted with the adventurous and charming Ashley Smith.
  • The Grown Prince of Hip-Hop: Ethan Brown profiles the producer who helped launch Drake's career.
  • Day Glow: Lift your spirits with Jasmine Villanueva's sunny pictorial and combat seasonal affective disorder.
  • Fiction: Dive into Kevin Mandel's "The Filmmaker," a story about dreams and responsibilities.
  • Artist in Residence: Experience the captivating blend of myth and realism in the work of James Jean.

With its blend of thoughtful interviews, exciting features, and unique perspectives on current affairs, style, and entertainment, the November 2016 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a rich reading experience for a wide variety of interests. Whether you're a fan of politics, food, or the arts, there's something to catch your eye in this edition.

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