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Cigar Aficionado's Hall of Fame

Six men who dedicated their lives to building the cigar industry -- and improving the cigars we smoke

Posted: December 1, 2002    By CA Staff


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Battle at the Bar

"What is the best drink with a fine cigar?" is probably the question I field most as an editor of Cigar Aficionado, especially since I do much of the...more

Posted: December 1, 2002    By Jack Bettridge


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Insider Q & A: Fuente Sales Manager Fred Zaniboni

I> In August 1998, Cigar Insider , the monthly cigar newsletter from Cigar Aficionado magazine , published an interview with Fred Zaniboni. It was...more

Posted: October 28, 2002    By David Savona


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The Never-Ending Power Lunch

At the center of New York's mogul universe, the Four Seasons restaurant attracts a formidable crowd looking for the right table

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Mitchell Fink


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Goal! Italia!

Take a work break down a back alley. Add the easy, yet elegant fashions of Italy. Throw in a ball. And you've got one stylish soccer game.

Posted: October 1, 2002   


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All Aboard

Realistic details and space-age computerized effects have created the golden age of model railroading

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Marc Wortman


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Desktop Hollywood

So you want to be a big-time movie director? Computer editing advances create auteurs from home video buffs

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Steve Morgenstern


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Bentley's Big Secret

We sneak a peek at the British luxe brand's return to its racing roots

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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The Ultimate NFL Game

If there were to be an all-time dream AFC/NFC matchup, the rosters would include (clockwise from top left) Dan Marino, Marshall Faulk, Joe Montana and Jim Brown.

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Kenneth Shouler


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Betting On Talanga

UST has been in the cigar business for nearly 30 years, but success has been elusive. The answer might lie in the Talanga Valley of Honduras

Posted: October 1, 2002    By David Savona


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The Fat Cigar Trend

They're too big for some cutters, cigar cases and perhaps your mouth, but extra-fat cigars are in big demand

Posted: October 1, 2002    By Jordan Russin


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Cigars at Ground Zero

Two of the many workers at the site enjoy a break and a cigar. Small gestures and donations relieved some of the burden on those who had worked for...more

Posted: September 11, 2002    By Michael Moretti


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