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Central American Photo Gallery

Photos by David Savona The Central American nations of Nicaragua and Honduras produce some of the finest cigars in the world. Recently, senior editor...more

Posted: August 11, 2003    By David Savona


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When Bad Things Happen to Good Cigars

PART II

Posted: August 8, 2003    By Jack Bettridge / David Savona


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When Bad Things Happen to Good Cigars

PART I

Posted: August 7, 2003    By Jack Bettridge / David Savona


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Grill Envy

Monster cookers lead the way as man explores the new frontier of the outdoor room

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Jack Bettridge


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Do-It-Yourself DVD

Go beyond buying and renting DVDs -- now you can make them yourself, with or without a computer

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Steve Morgenstern


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Porsche's Biggest Bet Yet

The renowned sports carmaker puts its money behind the SUV revolution

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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Hog Wild

The venerable Harley-Davidson celebrates its centennial this year with bikes for the inner rebel

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Phil Scott


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The Strife of Riley

Are Pat Riley's days of winning NBA titles long behind him? Or can his steadfast coaching strategies turn the Heat back into contenders?

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Bruce Schoenfeld


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Clearing the Air

Can you still smoke a cigar in New York City?

Posted: August 1, 2003    By Michael Moretti


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Rocky Road -- Our Man's Journey Into the World of Boxing

Volume Four: Fight Night

Posted: June 23, 2003    By David Savona


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Yesterday and Today: Martin Brodeur

In professional hockey, it is said that hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup above your head in victory is the ultimate moment for any player. While it is...more

Posted: June 9, 2003    By Michael Marsh


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Q & A: Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins

Back in 1975, when he was 18 years old, Darryl Dawkins upset the natural order of things, becoming the first player ever to jump directly from high...more

Posted: June 6, 2003    By Kenneth Shouler


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