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California's Superbike Camp

Racing School Tranforms a Queasy Rider into a Better Biker

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Phil Scott


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Cartier's Clocks

Cartier's Mystery Clocks Still Bewilder Even As They Bewitch

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Ettagale Blauer


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Men's Suits: Classics Always Come Back In Style

After Two Decades of Flared, Flowered and Flak, Traditional Styling Is Back in Fashion

Posted: August 1, 1998    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Professional Polo: High Speed, High Priced

In the High-Speed, High-Priced World of Professional Polo, One Family Has Created its Own Equesrian Dynasty

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Jonathan Kandell


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High-Voltage Fireworks

Fireworks Manufacturers Compete to Create the Biggest Bang for the Buck

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh


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Restoring Classic Cars

Auto Restorers Paul Russell and Chuck Pierce Turn Old Mercedes Gullwings and Dodge Chargers Into Rolling Masterpieces

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Tom Duffy


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The Canary Island Connection

Cigarmakers in The Canary Islands Try to Rekindle Past Glories While Battling Production Problems

Posted: August 1, 1998    By James Suckling


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There's Money In Million-Dollar Promotions

How One Very Good Card Player Found a Way to Make Money off of Million-Dollar Product Promotions

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Michael Konik


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Twentieth-Century Glassmakers

The Translucent Masterpieces of Twentieth-Century Glassmakers Offer Collectors a Shimmering Array of Choices

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Andrew Decker


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Cafe Atlantico, Washington, D.C.

If Roberto Alvarez has not achieved the perfect balance of all that is Latin American, he has come as close as anyone in the nation's capital. The...more

Posted: August 1, 1998   


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The Heathman Hotel, Portland, Oregon

If El Niño does to you what the 1996 floods did to many residents of Portland, Oregon, you would do well to find shelter at The Heathman Hotel....more

Posted: August 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes


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West 63rd Street Steakhouse

The name doesn't quite say it all. Yes, the West 63rd Street Steakhouse does serve steaks and it is on West 63rd Street. But is the White House...more

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Jack Bettridge


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