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Bloodsport

New Zealand's All Blacks Prove That You Don't Need a Prep School Pedigree to Dominate the Rugby World

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Bruce Schoenfeld


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Return of the Smoking Jacket

The Venerable Old Smoking Jacket Has a Place in the Gentleman's Wardrobe

Posted: February 1, 1999    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Bejeweled History

For a Century, Van Cleef & Arpels Has Been Creating Distinctive Jewelry for the Rich and Famous

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Ettagale Blauer


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Lights! Camera! Cigars!

Actor Michael Lerner makes certain that in his many character roles, a cigar is often at hand.

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Michael Kaplan


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Casting Call

Sublime Trout Fishing Draws Hollywood Heavyweights, Power Brokers and Ted Turner to Patagonia's Traful River

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Jonathan Kandell


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Glorious George

A Century After His Birth, George Gershwin's Music--From "Summertime" to "Embraceable You," Rhapsody in Blue to Porgy and Bess--is Attracting New Generations of Fans

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Edward Jablonski


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Tobacco Mecca

Indonesia's East Java Continues To Produce Fine Tobacco Despite its Troubled Economy

Posted: February 1, 1999    By James Suckling


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The Paper Chase

For Autograph Collectors, the Search for Signatures Is Singularly Satisfying

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Edward Kiersh


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A Portrait in Design

Restaurant Architect Adam Tihany Captures Personality in His Work, Redefining the Spaces in Which We Live

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Mervyn Rothstein


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Porsche Panache

For 50 Years, Germany's Preeminent Sports-Car has Created Noble Speedsters Built for Style, Mystique and Performance

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Jonathan Kandell


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Really The Blues

An American Original, This Music Born of Heartbreak But Full of Joy Is Ultimately Simple Yet Hard to Define

Posted: December 1, 1998    By T. Brooks Shepard


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Caviar Cachet

Once Plentiful and Cheap, the Sturgeon Roe Craved by Czars Increases in Demand as the Politics of Procurement Become More Byzantine

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Sam Gugino


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