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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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Tabacalera's American Gambit

A Madrid-based cigar giant buys a foothold in the U.S. market.

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Michael Kaplan


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Shelley's Back Room, Washington, D.C.

If Sheldon Jacobs has his way, the "civilized cigar parlor" he created will soon undergo a metamorphosis. Jacobs, a world-renowned cigar connoisseur,...more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes


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Hamiltons, New York-New York Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas

If, for some reason, you have to be in Las Vegas, be glad that George Hamilton had the foresight to create a getaway. He could have called it "Escape...more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes


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Stuck In The Middle: Darts

Despite Recently Added Glitz and Hoopla, Darts in Britain Remains a Sport of Accuracy, Smoke and Beer

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Bruce Schoenfeld


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Father Time: Swiss Watches

With 243 Years of Experience, Swiss Watchmaker Vacheron Constantin Continues to Push the Horology Envelope

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Nancy Wolfson


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All That Glitters: Coin Collecting

There's Money to Be Had in Coin Collecting, But You Must Choose Wisely

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh


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Great Moments

Winning Over A Father-In-Law To Be

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Brenda L. Buttner


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The Boca Raton Resort and Club, Boca Raton, Florida

Today, Mizner's Dream is a ferryboat, shuttling seemingly blessed hotel guests over the IntraCoastal Waterway to a pure white beach, shaded by...more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh


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Tasseled Loafers

With Its 50th Anniversary, a Classic Shoe Proves It's Not Light in the Loafers

Posted: March 1, 1998    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Pop Goes The Easel: Pop Art

From Andy Warhol's Soup Cans to Roy Lichtenstein's Comic Strips, Pop Art Gave New Life to the Question: What Is Art?

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Andrew Decker


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After The Gold Rush: Dominican Giants Roar Back

Leading Dominican Cigar Companies Take Back The Retail Shelves as Newcomers Struggle

Posted: March 1, 1998    By James Suckling


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