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Special Times, Special Cigars

My husband, Brian, says he fell in love with me the first time he saw me fire up a Swisher Sweet. We were in college, sitting on logs that surrounded...more

Posted: August 1, 2001    By Nancy H. Rosenberg


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Thinking Globally

For the collector interested in science, art, geography or history, globes are out of this world

Posted: August 1, 2001    By Judd Tully


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Sports Memorabilia Dealers

Collecting baseball cards and old uniforms has become big business

Posted: June 1, 2001    By Judd Tully


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The Batista-Lansky Alliance

How the mafia and a Cuban dictator built Havana's casinos

Posted: June 1, 2001    By Matthew Reiss


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Laptops of Luxury

Our Nominees for the Portable Computer Haul of Fame

Posted: June 1, 2001    By Steve Morgenstern


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Great Moments

Montecristo Cup 2000

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Gordon Mott


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The Rarest Cigar In The World

A Virginia cigar smoker acquires a newfound respect for tobacco farmers when he grows his own premium...more

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Douglas Doan


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Auctions—Getting the Point

Fountain pens are drawing numbers of collectors

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Judd Tully


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The River Wild

For River Rats and Amateurs Alike, There's No Thrill Quite Like Riding the Rapids

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Larry Olmsted


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The High Church of Salmon

The private camps of Canada are where faithful anglers go to worship the most romantic of fish

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Pete Bodo


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Taking To The Sky

Most Anyone Can Fly in an Airplane, But Only a Fortunate Few Can Do The Flying

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Phil Scott


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Palm Reading

Evaluating your needs will help you pick the perfect PDA

Posted: April 1, 2001    By Steve Morgenstern


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