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Andrew Hawkins Has Some Remarkable Thoughts On Protest

Andrew Hawkins made headlines when he took the field with a shirt protesting the recent shooting of two unarmed Ohioans. The Browns made us proud when they refused a demand from Cleveland cops to apologize. And now that he's explained it, we realize that Hawkins isn't just some athlete who threw on a t-shirt because… »12/16/14 1:32pm12/16/14 1:32pm

An Appreciation of Seth Rogen, the Stoner Schlub Next Door

Seth Rogen's new comedy Neighbors casts him in what seems like a new light. His character Mac is married with a kid, works a 9-to-5 job and lives in the suburbs. Mac ought to be happy, but he can read the writing on the wall: He's no longer cool, and he's turning into just another boring old square. Only amplifying… »5/07/14 11:14am5/07/14 11:14am

Joakim Noah's Dad Stops An Interview To Cheer For His Son

Joakim Noah did his Joakim Noah thing against the Heat on Sunday, hitting the team he hates the most with 20 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and an endless stream of shit-talking. But the highlight of the game was when Noah's father, Yannick, blew off an interview with Lisa Salters to cheer on his son. »3/10/14 11:58am3/10/14 11:58am

Remembering Harold Ramis: The Playboy Years

Before Harold Ramis wrote Animal House, directed Caddyshack and starred in Ghostbusters, he toiled as a Playboy editor. From roughly the late 1960s until the early 1970s, he screened the 20,000 party jokes sent in by readers every month and conducted three Playboy Interviews—with falsetto freak Tiny Tim, vaudevillian… »2/24/14 5:06pm2/24/14 5:06pm

Malcolm X: A Candid Conversation with the Civil Rights Leader

In February, America celebrates Black History Month. As such, each Monday this month Playboy SFW will re-publish seminal interviews with 1960s civil rights leaders. This week, we feature our May 1963 conversation with Malcolm X. Enjoy the story in its entirety, and to read every article the magazine has ever… »2/21/14 9:46am2/21/14 9:46am