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Italian Dressing

The value of fine Italian menswear is intrinsically linked to its top design firms

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Luke Mayes


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The Antiquity Of It All

Five top American breeders discuss their devotion to a handful of ancient, elegant breeds with smooth gaits and amazing style

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Diana Stuart Jones


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The Connaught, London

When London's Coburg Hotel opened in 1897, it promised "fashion, taste and hospitality for the highest, aristocratic classes." Renamed The Connaught...more

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Edward Kiersh


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Great Moments—A Personal Perspective on Heroism and Sacrifice

On a pleasant, breezy Saturday evening on October 2, 1993, I sat smoking a cigar with my good friend, Tim Wilkinson, contemplating the growing...more

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Daniel G. Schilling


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Davey's Destiny

Fiery Manager Davey Johnson Has a Reputation for Speaking His Mind, while Getting Results. Now With Los Angeles, He Has the Chance to Turn Around His Boyhood Idols

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Edward Kiersh


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Life's Fine Points

The World's finest pen makers are crafting works of art that fit in the palm of your hand

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Edward Kiersh


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New Sounds for New Age Music

Windham Hill Records Branches Out as Its Founder, Will Ackerman, Chooses a Different Path

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Bruce Schoenfeld


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The Twenty One Club

The annual blackjack ball hosts Gambling's Most Furtive (and Quirky) Fraternity

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Michael Konik


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A Taste of Paradise

Kona Coffee is more than a world-renowned taste sensation; it's a window into the heart of Hawaii

Posted: October 1, 1999    By Paul Chutkow


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Normalcy in the Dominican Republic

The gold rush days of the cigar boom are gone, and so are most of the quick-buck artists who flocked to the Dominican Republic

Posted: October 1, 1999    By David Savona


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Jamaica's Cigar Comeback

Crippled by a 1988 Hurricane, Jamaica's Cigar Industry is Bringing Back the Taste of Days Gone

Posted: August 1, 1999    By David Savona


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The Sweet Smells of Success

Men's Colognes Have Grown Up and So Has the Way They Sell the Smell

Posted: August 1, 1999    By Kimberly Cihlar


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