LeRoy Neiman, perhaps the best known, highest paid and most belittled artist of our time, confidently awaits history's judgment.
Posted: December 31, 1995 By Nancy Wolfson
In war or peace, Winston Churchill's cigars were never far from his hand.
Posted: September 30, 1995 By Peter Welsh
America, cigars and Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Posted: September 30, 1995 By Alejandro Benes
Armed with his usual positive outlook on life, actor Michael Nouri heads for Broadway.
Posted: September 30, 1995 By Mervyn Rothstein
For Dennis Franz of TV's "NYPD Blue," life Is good.
Posted: September 30, 1995 By Kenneth Shouler
Frank Stella, one of the most renowned artists of the late twentieth century, has been using cigar smoke as an inspiration.
Posted: September 30, 1995 By Nancy Wolfson
Supermodel Linda Evangelista loves her job, a glass of wine and a good cigar.
Posted: September 1, 1995 By Mervyn Rothstein
Many corporate executives still enjoy a great cigar.
Posted: May 31, 1995 By David Savona
Jerry Reinsdorf got Michael Jordan back playing basketball, but the federal courts stymied his assault on baseball's economics.
Posted: May 31, 1995 By Edward Kiersh
Babe Ruth revolutionized baseball while indulging a passion for wine, women and cigars.
Posted: April 1, 1995 By Kenneth Shouler
Milton Berle was television's first superstar and remains one of America's top comedians.
Posted: March 31, 1995 By Arthur Marx
India Allen, the 1988 Playboy Playmate of the Year, is looking for a breakthrough movie on her terms.
Posted: March 1, 1995 By Mervyn Rothstein