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Made In the Shade: Connecticut Shade

For A century, Connecticut farmers have grown some of the world's finest cigar wrapper tobacco

Posted: December 1, 1999    By David Savona


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Road Kings: Racing Bicycles

A select few bicycle builders across the united states are hand-crafting the ultimate human-powered vehicles

Posted: December 1, 1999    By Marc Wortman


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L'Elysées du Vernet, Paris

Before the curtain rises for most grand operas, the orchestra plays an overture, a brief piece that touches on all the important musical themes...more

Posted: December 1, 1999    By Marc Wortman


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Caviar Russe, New York City

Just as Caviar Russe was making its way onto every New Yorker's must eat list in 1997, the roof caved in...literally. The facade of an adjacent...more

Posted: December 1, 1999    By Gordon Mott


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Wald and Schlosshotel Friedrichsruhe, Germany

Other Germans often chide the Swabians for being mindlessly happy--so unlike the angst-ridden northerners or the boisterous, temperamental Bavarians....more

Posted: December 1, 1999    By Jonathan Kandell


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The Top 100 Cigar Smokers of the Twentieth Century

Great men and great cigars have always gone together, so it's no surprise that some of the century's most influential and popular figures have...more

Posted: December 1, 1999   


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Progress Report: Humidor Ratings

Cigar Aficionado Rates Humidors with Staying Power

Posted: December 1, 1999    By Stacey C. Rivera


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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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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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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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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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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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