JANUARY 2016 ISSUE
2016 PET OF THE YEAR PLAYOFF
Our 2015 centerfolds face off.
Sideshow impresario Jim Rose art directs an erotic pictorial.
SHE’S READY FOR HER CLOSE-UP
Pet of the Month Christiana Cinn
Alyssa & Tiffany
J. Steven Hicks’s December 1995 photo set of Taylor
11 A quick-hits guide to entertainment.
LIFE ON TOP
HEALTH & FITNESS
HOW TO BURN FAT WITHOUT RUNNING
Four cardio exercises to try if you really hate to run. By Joe Vennare
WIND OF CHANGE
One of the most well-designed cars of the 1930s, the 1937 Lincoln Zephyr. By Jonathan Ward
Familiar gear that’s improved for the New Year. By Crispin Boyer.
NEW YEAR’S EVOLUTION
How to jump-start your sex life in 2016.
Stock up for winter with downhill gear. By Crispin Boyer.
THE POUR HOUSE
The world’s strongest and most versatile spirit. By Joshua M. Bernstein.
EMBRACE THE SUCK
It’s been 14 years since 9/11, which means it’s been 14 years since America was a nation at peace. By Matt Gallagher.
BACK IN A FLASH
Tattoos now permeate the mainstream culture, but let’s not lose sight of the medium’s history. By Dan Smith.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
When it comes to the 2016 presidential election, is the throne there for Hillary Clinton’s taking? By Steve Faber.
Penthouse Pet Sam Phillips profiles our 2015 Pet of the Year Runner-Up.
The best way to light your bedroom for sex, and how to prep for a rimjob. By Martin Downs, MPH
MORE NOW THAN EVER
Comedian Marc Maron talks about his new special, and interviewing both President Obama and Keith Richards. Interview by John Bolster
Introducing one of the lovely ladies of the Bunny Ranch empire.
MY TOP TWO
One guy and his sexy date get lucky at a coworker’s party.
HE GIVES THEM THE SHAFT
A horny car salesman gets girls to grab his stick shift. As told to Ronnie Koenig
PET OF THE YEAR PLAYDATE
Pets of the Year Jamie Lynn and Heather Vandeven come together.
BEER RUNS WITH REFUGEES
In the midst of a Europe-wide crisis, one reporter visited a large camp of refugees in France. Things didn’t go quite as expected. By John Rico
STILL LIVIN’ LONG
Rodney Crowell, a towering presence in country music for decades, is still at the top of his game. Interview by Alanna Nash
WHERE THE GIRLS ARE
These wild winter festivals are surprisingly hot. By Kara Wahlgren