Hugh Hefner's Most Controversial Moments - E! Online

The Playboy founder died on Wednesday at the age of 91. His Playboy magazine helped usher in the '60s sexual revolution and published the first photos of nude female centerfolds. On a personal level, Hef championed topics considered controversial ...

Requiem for the porn kings - Toronto Sun

The polyester porn kings who ruled their empires of smut with the swagger of Mick Jagger are largely memories now. Their magazines gone, or massively diminished, and they themselves are digging into the big coke bowl in the sky. The death this week of ...

Jack Horgan-Jones on Business - Sunday Business Post

Hugh Hefner strikes a typical pose at his Playboy mansion in his final years: but was he happy? With their huge gains safely stashed away, the US vulture funds are now plotting their escape from Ireland. Jack Horgan-Jones. By Jack Horgan-Jones Oct 1, 2017.

Final Chapters for Oct. 1, 2017: Hugh Hefner, Anne Jeffreys, Herbert W. Kalmbach - Kansas City Star

Hugh Hefner was the founder of Playboy magazine and a symbol of the sexual revolution. He died Sept. 27 of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 91. Hefner founded the magazine in 1953 and built a brand that defined the sexual culture of ...

Hugh Hefner Set Wife Up With Money Before His Death - 411mania.com

TMZ reports that Hugh Hefner set his wife Crystal Harris up with quite a bit of money before his passing. Hefner died last Wednesday in his Los Angeles home at the age of 91. Hefner wanted to make sure that Harris was provided for before this happened.

Hugh Hefner DID Leave A Home And A Lot Of Cash For His Wife, Crystal Harris — Details HERE - PerezHilton.com

Well before his death, Hugh Hefner knew exactly what he was doing! The Playboy magnate made sure that his wife Crystal Harris was set up for life with a secret trust that includes millions of dollars and a Hollywood Hills home — not a bad way to take ...

'Yes, Hugh Hefner promoted sexual freedom, but what he really meant was sexual freedom for men' - HeraldScotland

FOR a man who liked to talk and who appeared to have an answer for everything, Hugh Hefner has left an awful lot of questions behind him. The controversial publisher, Playboy founder and noted bon viveur died last Wednesday of natural causes at 10236 ...

From MLK to John Lennon: How Playboy elevated the art of the magazine interview - Globalnews.ca

When Jann Wenner was preparing to launch Rolling Stone in 1967, he had some ideas about how to make the magazine's interviews stand out. Story continues below. “The Rolling Stone interview was modeled in part on the Playboy interview,” Wenner told ...

WATCH: Hugh Hefner's Tragic Final Struggles In Playboy Mansion - The National Enquirer

The legendary ladies' man died at the age of 91 on Sept. 27, 2017, with a Playboy insider telling The National ENQUIRER: “He was convinced he'd live to be 101, just like his mother!” Hugh Hefner: Secret Heartbreak Over Fake 'Son!' Instead, as seen here ...

Fitzgerald: A present for Hugh Hefner - Stockton Record

Hugh Hefner has gone to the great mansion in the sky. Down here in Stockton, Gene Beley recalls delivering a robot to Hef at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles. It was 1980. Beley, now 77, was living in Arcadia then. He had a venture going: Android ...

Dip in sales for Britain's own 'playboy' Peter Stringfellow - who is left with just one nightclub - This is Money

Nightclub owner Peter Stringfellow paid tribute to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner this weekend, calling him 'iconic'. But the feeling wasn't mutual – Hefner once barred actor Charlie Sheen from bringing Stringfellow with him to the Playboy mansion ...