Playboy Magazine February 2000 vol.47, no.2
February 2000, Playboy cover image.
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Cover Angie Everhart photographed by Marco Glaviano
We first took notice of this blazing redheaded supermodel turned actress when she appeared in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. Sans bikini, Angie Everhart takes the world by storm in her first Playboy pictorial. What does this beautiful angel look for in her ideal man? A sense of humor, confidence and no fear of tears. "Wanna neck?" asks our Rabbit
Playmate Different Stokes
gators and swampland and panthers, oh my. miss february loves her native habitat
Suzanne Stokes photographed by Richard Fegley
Interview Jeff Bezos by David Sheff, with photography by Mark Van S
a candid conversation with the internet billionaire on selling books (and everything else) online, his recipe for success and why he ignores the stock price of
20 Questions Steven Van Zandt by John Rezek, with photography by Richard Fegley
the sopranos' rock-and-roll liutenant on groupies, evil world leaders and not watching sports
Profile Don't Cross John McCain by Amy Silverman, with an illustration by David Levine
you've heard about his temper and hometown feuds, but only a few know the senator's real arizona story
Pictorials Wet Dreams8 pages of photographs by Richard Fegley and Al Giddings
kalin, kelly and victoria discover the deep end of the ocean
Angie Everhart 10 pages of photographs by Marco Glaviano
this beautiful redhead is going to save the world
Articles and Features Playbill
The World Of Playboy - hef sightings, mansion frolics and nightlife notes
Fight Night Party
Dear Playboy
Playboy After Hours - a guy's guide to what's hip and what's happening
Raw Data, Music, Wired, Travel, Movies, Andy Kaufmania, Video, Living Online, Book
Men - Champion Or Chicken by Asa Baber
The Single Life - Does Shacking Up Sabotage Your Sex Life? by Alison Lundgren
Mantrack - hey . . . it's personal
The Playboy Advisor with an illustration by Istvan Banyai
The Playboy Forum - a continuing dialogue on contemporary issues between playboy and its readers
Whitewash Queen - janet reno may not like the way she's remembered - by James Bovard
Road Rights - how to protect yourself when you're pulled over - by Jushua Green
Blast From The Past by K. Connor Martin
Rage (article) by Erin Zammett, illustrated by Winston Smith
Crime Fighters (article) by Jack Maple with Chris Mitchell , illustrated by Tony Fitzpatrick
Men Of Style
(fashion) by Hollis Wayne
presenting playboy's satorial all stars . . .
Eric Karros, Tom Hanks, Jesse L. Martin, Paul Mickelson, Joe Kernen, Eric McCormack, Sean Combs, Oierce Brosnan, Darren Star, Rande Gerber
Lucy (fiction) by Terry Bisson, illustrated by Leo Espinosa
Playboy's Party Jokes (humor) with LeRoy Neiman's Femlin
A Lifetime Of Sex (aericle) by Bruce Jay Friedman, illustrated by Brian Rea
Man Seeks Virgin Powder (skiing) by Charles Plueddeman
The Erotic Spirit
we have a passion for taschen, the publisher that's showcasing 150 years of naughty bits
Robert Schimmel's Money Shot by Christopher Napolitano
Carroll's Cobra (cars) by Ken Gross, with photography by Richard Izui
the legendary shelby cobra is back—and badder than ever
Dirty Duck (humor) cartoon by Bobby London
Where & How To Buy
Playmate News - southern hospitality, pamdemonium, mansion men, face time, dear playmate, girl talk
Playboy On The Scene - what's happening, where it's happening and who's making it happen
Grapevine: Dixie Chicks, Sherry Lynne White, Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Tiare Bishop, Filter, Kymberly Weil
Playboy Potpourri - people, places, objects and events of interest or amusement

Kalin Olson is the August 1997 Playmate.
Kelly Monaco is the April 1997 Playmate.
Victoria Fuller is the January 1996 Playmate.
Steven Van Zandt is an American musician, a member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and he played Silvio Dante in the US TV drama "The Sopranos".
Jeff Bezos is the founder of the online retailer amazon.
Sherry Lynne White, who appears in Grapevine, is an ex US Naval petty Officer. She has her own pictorial in the September 2000 issue.

180 pages of period adverts, pin ups and articles with lots of quality photographs and illustrations.