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The World's Best Hats

A Search for the World's Greatest Hatmaker Ends in Italy

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Harry Rosenholtz


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A Jaguar With Bite: Britain's Classic Sports Car

Reviving the Spirit--and Growl--of Britain's Classic Sports Car

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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Life In The Fast Lane: Vintage Auto Racing

In Vintage Auto Racing, It Isn't Whether You Win or Lose--It's How You Run the Race

Posted: May 1, 1997    By Bob Knotts


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The Watchmaker's Art

Swiss Precision Franck Muller Creates Deliciously Complicated Wristwatches, and He's Hands-on All the Way...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Bruce Goldman


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The California Wine Rush

California Dreamin' California Wine Grows Up in the Great '94 Vintage...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Matt Kramer


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The El Producto Story

El Producto Once a Quality Handmade Cigar, George Burns' Favorite Smoke Has Fallen On Hard Times...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Edward Kiersh


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One Stop Shopping

One Stop Shopping Busy Professionals Can Turn to These Department Stores for a Broad Range of Fine Men's Fashions...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Old Boys' Clubs

Clubland Though Threatened by Changing Times, London's Gentlemen's Clubs Are Keeping Their Traditions Alive...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Jolee Edmondson


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Tiny Utopoias: Model Railroad Towns

Tiny Utopias Broadway Set Designer Clarke Dunham Creates Model Railroad Towns You'd Want To Live In...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Phil Scott


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Humidors: How They Stack Up

In This Rating of 42 Desk-top Humidors, the Old Saying Holds True: You Get What You Pay...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By David Savona / Brendan Vaughan


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Hook Games: Deepsea Sportfishing

Big game sportfishing is back. Popularized by literary legends Ernest Hemingway and Zane Grey in the first half of the century, the sport is enjoying...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Larry Olmsted


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Tobacco In Amish Country

The Tobacco Farmers of Lancaster County Torn Between Tradition and a Changing World, Amish Farmers in Pennsylvania Cling to the Old Ways of Raising...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By Tom Lowry


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