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The Influential Designer Behind the Playboy Bunny Uniform

With the passing of the Editor in Chief of Playboy, Hugh Hefner, we remember him as the leader of the sexual revolution with a blonde bombshell always by his side. 844 more words

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Hugh Hefner Is Gone (RIP), It's Time for Bunnies to Revolt

It’s always been my goal to be in Playboy, landing strip and all. Luckily, rumor has it there’s a new Playboy Club opening in NYC this year. 1,405 more words

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I was a member of the Playboy Club for years. It was great for business meetings—and other stuff.

The BBC app on my iPhone announced the news last week. Hugh Hefner had died.

Learning about his passing didn’t move me one way or the other, but it did bring back some interesting memories. 1,008 more words

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RIP Hugh Hefner

Well, if there is an afterlife, I wonder whether he will find it boring compared to what he created in his lifetime?!

Hugh Hefner has died at the respectable age of 91. 208 more words

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How Dick Gregory Used Comedy To Change The World

Dick Gregory might have been one of the smartest men in the world. The civil rights activist, author, and comedian was not only a skilled leader in the world of social change, he could also make you laugh and think at the same time, whenever he told a joke. 235 more words

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Exotic New Jersey

Today, I am going to tell you the story about why New Jersey holds a special place in my heart, (aside from the obvious: Mary is from New Jersey, indeed was in the 1995 Miss New Jersey pageant, and was 1995s Miss Vineland, NJ) 1,427 more words

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Colgate-Palmolive Building

Art Deco. First place, the Empire State Building. Second Place, the Colgate-Palmolve Building in Chicago. Home of Hugh Hefner’s original Playboy Club. Later, the the building became home to the corporate and working offices of Playboy Magazines and Playboy Enterprises.

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