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Saskatoon Playboy collector looking to cash in on magazines dating by to 1967 – Saskatoon

Earlier this week, Hugh Hefner, the iconic mastermind behind the Playboy empire died at the age of 91, more than six decades after the magazine tycoon launched Playboy making money off a subject many found taboo. Now, collectors around the world are considering cashing in their stash of copies with Hefner’s passing, including one from Saskatoon. At 74-years-old Barry Anderson’s ...

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ILA | NRA, Others Urge Supreme Court to Review “Assault Weapon,” Magazine Ban

This month, the United States Supreme Court commenced its October sitting. Among the cases that the Court may decide to review is Kolbe v. Hogan, No. 17-127. The case arises out of a challenge to Maryland’s Firearm Safety Act of 2013, a law banning so-called “assault weapons” like AR-15s and other detachable magazine-fed semi-automatic rifles, and the sale and transfer ...

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Last photos of Hugh Hefner show Playboy mogul frail

Heartbreaking footage has emerged of Hugh Hefner inside the Playboy Mansion just months before he died, showing him looking extremely frail and using a walker as a carer.   Hefner, who passed away on Wednesday aged 91 after contracting a bug, can be seen in his home in Holmby Hills, California, with unkempt gray hair and wearing light blue pajamas.  The ...

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Three former Tesco executives ‘cooked the books in £250million scandal that sent shockwaves through stock market’

Three former Tesco executives have been accused of “cooking the books” in a scandal which wiped £2 billion off the supermarket’s total share value. Carl Rogberg, 50, Chris Bush, 51, and John Scouler, 49, are alleged to have been involved in a “white-collar crime” plot that sent “shockwaves” through the stock market. They are alleged to have known income was ...

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10 of ‘Playboy’ magazine’s most controversial covers

Here’s a look back at the most controversial ‘Playboy’ covers since Hugh Hefner started the magazine in the ’50s Published 7:56 PM, September 29, 2017 Updated 7:56 PM, September 29, 2017 ‘PLAYBOY.’ Lindsay Lohan’s Marilyn Monroe-inspired cover is one of the magazine’s most controversial. Screengrab from playboy.com MANILA, Philippines – At the time of Hugh Hefner’s death, Playboy Enterprises, Inc ...

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FIRST MAGAZINE: The Road to Happiness

First Magazine Friday, 29 September 2017, 11:11 Last update: about 52 minutes ago You wake up and wish the day was already over. You look at the mirror, frown. You have your breakfast, your shower, your Yoga or jog, your commute or walk. You enter the workplace or classroom, look at ...

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Council Bluffs at No. 64 in Money magazine ranking of the country’s 100 best communities | All-America City

Time’s Money magazine has named Council Bluffs among its top 100 Best Places to Live in America. Council Bluffs comes in at No. 64 on the rankings — just ahead of No. 65, Papillion, Nebraska. The magazine teamed with Realtor.com on the rankings, which used criteria including population, median home prices, median household income and weather. “Our people,” Council Bluffs ...

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What Hefner’s death means for future of Playboy magazine

The death of Hugh Hefner on Wednesday could also spell the demise of Playboy magazine, Media Ink has learned. The 64-year-old iconic title, which launched Hefner’s empire back with Marilyn Monroe on its first cover, once had an iron grip on young male readers — and advertisers’ cash — but in recent years is oozing red ink, along with readers ...

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