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Mar/Apr 2005 Issue : Golf

The 2004 Montecristo Cup

As the Caribbean sun rose over the gently swaying palm trees, a semi-organized army of golf carts rolled out from the first tee, spreading out across...more

Posted: April 1, 2005    By David Savona


Jan/Feb 2005 Issue : Good Life Guide

Great Chocolate

Come Valentine's Day, resist the urge to reach for the standard-issue, cellophane-wrapped heart full of ordinary chocolates and treat the object of...more

Posted: February 1, 2005    By David Savona


Jan/Feb 2005 Issue : News & Features

Rocky II

Rocky Patel built his Indian Tabac cigar with endless trips to American tobacconists and Honduran cigar factories. Now he launches a self-named brand.

Posted: February 1, 2005    By David Savona


Nov/Dec 2004 Issue : Cigar Stars

An Interview With Carlos Toraño

President, Central American Tobacco Corp.

Posted: December 1, 2004    By David Savona


Nov/Dec 2004 Issue : Good Life Guide

Debut Cigars

The holidays typically bring great gift ideas for cigar aficionados in the form of new smokes, some with special packaging. Here is a collection of...more

Posted: December 1, 2004    By David Savona


Nov/Dec 2004 Issue : News & Features

The Corner Cigar Factory

A steadfast group of small-output factories brings cigar making back to New York

Posted: December 1, 2004    By David Savona


Sept/Oct 2004 Issue : Good Life Guide

Martin Archery Mamba Bow

Perhaps the bravest shot ever taken with a bow and arrow that didn't involve killing animal or man was that taken by Antonio Rebollo in 1992....more

Posted: October 1, 2004    By David Savona


Sept/Oct 2004 Issue : Newbie Corner

From Seed to Shelf

Five years ago, the cigar you're smoking was nothing more than tiny little seeds

Posted: October 1, 2004    By David Savona


July/Aug 2004 Issue : Good Life Guide

Rotax RM1 Superkart

If you think kart racing is zipping around an oval on a burping clunker powered by a lawn mower engine, you've never sat down in a Rotax RM1. This...more

Posted: August 1, 2004    By David Savona


July/Aug 2004 Issue : News & Features

That Old Black Magic

Maduros created using time-honored methods are sparking a rebirth for the mysterious dark-wrapper cigars

Posted: August 1, 2004    By David Savona


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