At times this month it seemed she was running away with the crown. Her modeling photos posted onto Playboy's Miss Social website, captured one million votes. Then two. Then -- as of last weekend -- crept right up to the three-million mark. But none of that matters now. This week nineteen-year-old ... More >>
Jon GitchoffAre the Drive-By Truckers on this list? After looking over the (very helpful) comments to my blogpost asking for the year's best concerts, I started perusing our show review archives. I got as far back as July before the archives ended -- which meant that in the past six months al ... More >>
photos by Keegan HamiltonStanding in the crowd, arms crossed, clutching a mixed drink and bobbing his head to the jangly punk rock of opening act Gentleman Jesse and His Men, King Khan looked like a regular dude. He wore thick black frame glasses and Converse sneakers, and sported an immaculately ... More >>
Image viaAs a prof, Watts already had the pipe and jacket handyBeing a college prof has its perks. There's the satisfaction of stimulating America's brightest young minds, TA's to do all the grading and busy work, and the summers off to visit the Playboy Mansion and hang out with Hugh Hefner. Wai ... More >>
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