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Battle of the Boxes

There are fewer humidors on today's market and that's good news for consumers

Posted: December 1, 2003    By Michael Moretti

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Extreme Nightlife

Ultra Lounges Redefine Vegas After Dark

Posted: November 10, 2003    By Rob Wiser

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The Smoking Marlins

Savoring his first career World Series victory, Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon (left), joined by Larry Beinfest, senior vice president and...more

Posted: October 27, 2003    By Michael Moretti

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Generations Barber Parlor

It's not every day you can smoke a cigar, get a full-body aqua massage and enjoy the closest shave of your life -- all in the same place. Those are...more

Posted: October 23, 2003    By Bruce Goldman

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The Names Behind the Booze

Ever wonder where booze names like Jack Daniel, Captain Morgan and Jim Beam come from? Well, A. J. Baime did -- and he wrote a book about it. The...more

Posted: October 14, 2003    By Jack Bettridge

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Marlins' McKeon Puffs in Celebration

Marlins manager Jack McKeon has a celebratory cigar after defeating the Giants. No one knows if the Marlins will beat the Cubs in the National League...more

Posted: October 7, 2003    By Michael Moretti

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The Arms Race

The NFL has seen its share of great passers, but who's the best? We crunch the numbers for the top 10 of all time

Posted: October 1, 2003    By Kenneth Shouler

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Milestones: 100 Years of La Aurora

The Dominican Republic's first cigarmaker celebrates its century mark

Posted: October 1, 2003    By David Savona

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Lord of the Skies

Learjet has been zipping jet-setters and business executives around the world for 40 years

Posted: October 1, 2003    By Jim Mueller

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Deadly Dons

Heading an organized crime group requires savvy business skills, decisive leadership and a willingness to prematurely end potential rivals' lives. Here's a look at some of the most powerful Mob bosses of the twentieth century

Posted: October 1, 2003    By Bruce Goldman

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Celluloid Gangsters

Hollywood has enjoyed a long love affair with the Mob, and many actors, from Edward G. Robinson to Al Pacino, have cemented their reputations by portraying gangsters. Here are some of our favorites.

Posted: October 1, 2003    By Shandana A. Durrani

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Smoke and Stamps

It's a weekday morning, and the French painter and graphic artist Marc J. Pasini settles into a leather couch near the bar at Le Fumoir, an elegant,...more

Posted: September 17, 2003    By Barbara Tannenbaum

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