The Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Awards were established in 1979 to honor individuals who make significant contributions to protect First Amendment rights for Americans.
As celebs attempt to out-quirk one another with increasingly unusual baby names, they fail to consider the repercussions that little Blue, Apple or Bronx Mowgli will one day suffer.
I was able to speak to Wahl recently for a rare interview, to shed some light on a life with more twists and turns than any movie script, as well as the charitable causes that are spurring him back into the public eye.
Bill Zehme interviews the people who don't do in-depth interviews with anyone else: Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson, Woody Allen. He has collaborated with Sinatra and Hugh Hefner, written a biography of the elusive Andy Kaufman and is now in the middle of writing an epic Johnny Carson bio.
Mr. Dick Gregory -- presidential candidate, comedian, author, actor, army, postal worker, civil rights activist, entrepreneur in nutrition and the health food industry -- has done it all. What does he like doing best?
It hardly sounds romantic, but perhaps what marriage needs is a reality slap in the face.
Traditional television networks, terrified that they may be aboard the Titanic en route for an iceberg, will attempt to steer their ship to safety the only way they know how: by producing knockoffs. Here are the top 10 ripoffs we'd most like to see.
Cooper Hefner, the 21-year-old (and youngest) son of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, made some bold claims regarding the artistic merits of his father's ...
When Hugh Hefner married former "runaway bride" Crystal Harris on New Year's Eve, family, friends and fans everywhere thought "Congratulations!" "Finally!" and "He's how much older than she is?"
The romantic whims of Hugh M. Hefner, I will tell you, are epic and not infrequent.
Why has Hugh Hefner decided to marry someone less than half his age when he can have any "bunny" that he wants? And will he be able to trust that Crystal will go through with the wedding this time?
Shane and Sia Barbi, the animal activists and legendary Playboy celebrities, would like us to understand that humans as a species represent "the 1 percent," with animals and the environment making up the 99 percent.
Don't ask me why I'm so excited to be visiting the Playboy Mansion for a Halloween party.
Jack Daniel's sent me a very polite cease and desist letter claiming my novel's book cover infringed upon their trademark. I posted the letter on my blog. I couldn't have predicted what happened next.
At the ripe age of either 98 (per Wikipedia) or 100 (per his faded driver's license), Professor Irwin Corey, "The World's Foremost Authority," is still a man of many words, usually multisyllabic and unintelligible.
Lucky has been Wendy's muse and close canine companion since the day they met. Her underdog journey wasn't easy at the start, but has certainly been a trail of love and service the entire way.