Cigars are a hot story with local TV newscasters.
Posted: December 31, 1996 By Alejandro Benes
BMW Chairman Bernd Pischetsrieder is aggressively turning the German automaker into a world player.
Posted: December 31, 1996 By Paul A. Eisenstein
The original third Stooge, Shemp Howard spent the end of his career in brother Curly's shadow.
Posted: December 31, 1996 By Jim Mueller
The hallowed halls of higher learning often contain a whiff of cigar.
Posted: December 1, 1996 By Gene Crume
Actor Robert Davi has made a career of playing tough guys with a signature cigar.
Posted: November 30, 1996 By Paul Chutkow
One hundred years after his birth, Alberto Vargas is still regarded as "The King of Pin-Up Art."
Posted: October 1, 1996 By Paul Chutkow
Acting is Joey "Pants" Pantoliano's first love, but as the VP of L.A.'s Grand Havana Room, cigars run a close second.
Posted: September 30, 1996 By Alejandro Benes
Can Ernie Grunfeld Bring an NBA Championship back to New York?
Posted: September 30, 1996 By Kenneth Shouler
In the land of the gray flannel suit, Phil Guarascio is the one wearing Armani.
Posted: September 30, 1996 By Paul A. Eisenstein
Cigar at the ready, CBS News Abnchor Dan Rather battles it out in the TV news wars.
Posted: June 30, 1996 By Alejandro Benes
Actress Anne Archer has it all: elegance, sophistication, wit, a wonderful family, and a taste for fine cigars.
Posted: June 1, 1996 By Paul Chutkow
Bob Lutz, president of Chrysler, tells it like it is...all the time.
Posted: May 31, 1996 By Paul A. Eisenstein