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
Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, revered his cigars and defended his right to smoke above all else.
Posted: December 31, 1994 By Evan J. Elkin
Ahmad Rashad has gone from all-pro receiver to all-network announcer.
Posted: December 1, 1994 By Ken Shouler
Ben Gazzara's long stage and screen career has included a love affair with a good smoke.
Posted: September 30, 1994 By Mervyn Rothstein
In the heat of reporting and writing, television and newspaper journalists savor the pleasures of a great smoke.
Posted: September 30, 1994 By Ken Shouler
H. L. Mencken, a cigar always in hand, was the most influential commentator of his time.
Posted: June 30, 1994 By Marion Elizabeth Rodgers
Marvin R. Shanken travels to Havana for an extensive interview with Fidel Castro.
Posted: May 31, 1994 By Marvin R. Shanken
With a cigar in his hand, Red Auerbach guided the Boston Celtics to 16 NBA Championships.
Posted: May 31, 1994 By Kenneth Shouler
Ron Perelman, one of the wealthiest men in America, sits down for his first ever Q&A.
Posted: May 1, 1994 By Marvin R. Shanken