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Goin' for Bones

Stalking bone fish (and dodging sharks) in the bahama flats is fly fishing's noblest pursuit

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Jim Daniels


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Fairways to Heaven

Backyard Golf Course Owners Find There's No Place Like Home

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Larry Olmsted


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Thriving Miss Daisy

From MTV Veejay to Model to Actress to Talk Show Host, Daisy Fuentes Is Always Seeking New Worlds to Conquer

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Shandana A. Durrani


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Whose Life Is It?

Freedom of choice in our everyday lives is a treasured right in America. That freedom should, of course, be balanced with a sense of responsibility...more

Posted: November 1, 1997    By George McGovern


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Art Underfoot

A Carefully Chosen Oriental Rug Can Give a Lifetime of Pleasure

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Linda Lynton


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Dominican Flowers

A Relative Newcomer to the Cigar Industry, La Flor Dominicana Is Taking Root and Blooming

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Jim Daniels


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Buttoned Up

While They Don't Come Cheap, Custom-Fit Shirts Can Be a Bargain

Posted: November 1, 1997    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Diamond Dreams

In the World of Baseball Memorabilia, it is Best to Keep Your Eyes on the Ball

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Ken Shouler


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Great Moments

A Mayor and His Lonsdales

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Brendan Vaughan


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Selling the Smokes: Vintage Cigar Ads

For More Than a Century, Cigar Ads Were Among the Best in the Business

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Ken Shouler


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Going, Going, Gone!

Before Auction Fever Sweeps You Away, Make Sure You Know What You're Buying

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Andrew Decker


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Tennis, Everyone?

It's Been Three Decades Since a Few Far-Sighted Officials Rocked the Staid Amateur Tennis Establishment and Jolted the Game into the Modern Era

Posted: September 1, 1997    By Bruce Goldman


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