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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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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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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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Smoking on the Back Porch

Reclining in the porch swing, I spin my cigar between my thumb and forefinger--savoring its heft and the way it shines in the candlelight like fine...more

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Richard Wile


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Backgammon Hustler

In the Jet-Set World of Little Ivory Disks, Impeccable Manners are Essential When Separating a Fool and His Money

Posted: February 1, 1999    By Michael Konik


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Land Ho! Antique Maps

Used for Centuries to Navigate Routes Over Earth and Sea, Antique Maps Now Attract a host of Collectors--and a Few Thieves

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Neil A. Grauer


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Fashion: American Dreams

Think All the Best Clothes Come From Europe? Just Look at These Home-Grown Classics

Posted: December 1, 1998    By G. Bruce Boyer


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The Pierre, New York City

When relaxing in the Rotunda, watching Neptune, Venus and other mythological figures cavort in the puffy, rococo clouds overhead, guests at this...more

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh


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Single-Malt Scotches

So Many Single-Malt Scotches, but Which Dram Do We Drink?

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Stuart Maclean Ramsay


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Underhand About Secondhand

A Federal Judge Rules that the EPA Put Politics Before Science in their Report that Called Secondhand Smoke a Killer

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Jason Sheftell


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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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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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