U of I Museum To Display Typewriter Used By Hugh HefnerAn exhibit of unique typewriters, including one used by the founder of Playboy, will open later this month at the University of Illinois.
Beyond The Bunny: Art Paul Doc Debuts At Chicago International Film Festival"He was involved in one of the biggest magazines in 20th century popular culture in America, and straddled the fields of art and design as a practitioner."
Meet The Man Behind The Playboy Bunny IconPlayboy’s first art director, Art Paul, was credited with designing the magazine’s legendary logo.
Flashback: What Was It Like To Be A Playboy Photographer?What was it like to be a photographer for Playboy? WBBM-TV's legendary reporter Bob Wallace was assigned to find out.
Hugh Hefner, Playboy Founder, Dead At 91The Chicago-born Hefner was credited -- or blamed -- with pushing the boundaries of adult entertainment with the magazine's launch in 1953.
Vince Vaughn Slashes Penthouse Sale Price To $18.4 MillionChicago actor Vince Vaughn appears to be a bit more eager to sell his swanky downtown penthouse, slashing the asking price by about $6 million.
Hugh Hefner's Little Black Book Goes On Exhibit At Chicago History MuseumProviding a bit of a peek into the private life of Hugh Hefner, the Playboy bosses "Little Black Book" is going on exhibit at the Chicago History Museum.
Playboy Moving Most Of Its Offices From Chicago To L.A.Playboy Magazine, which has kept its corporate headquarters in Chicago for 60 years, is moving most of the company out west to Los Angeles.
Playboy Club May Return To ChicagoA Playboy Club could be back on the Chicago scene next year, for the first time in more than 20 years.
Hugh Hefner Completes Deal To Take Playboy PrivatePlayboy founder Hugh Hefner has completed his effort to take his adult empire private.
Hefner To Take Back Control Of PlayboyHugh Hefner has reportedly decided to take back control of Playboy, the company he founded over half a century ago.
Playboy's Hefner Gets Engaged To A Playmate Again