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Collectible Casino Chips

Collectors Turn to Casino Chips, Seeking Fun, Profit and a Link to Gambling History Through These Fascinating and Colorful Pieces of Clay and Plastic That Don't Lose Their Value Even After They Leave the Gaming Table

Posted: May 1, 1998   

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Havana Club, Baltimore

More than a year after the remodeling and opening of the third floor, patrons of Ruth's Chris Steak House in Baltimore can still go up the small...more

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes

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Tennis for Two

For the Aging Tennis Enthusiast, Doubles Offers Additional Years of Exciting Competition

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Roger M. Williams

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Setting Sail with the Big Boys

With New Technology and New Money, Majestic Sailing Ships Are Back

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Marc Wortman

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Great Moments

The Box

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Robert Jay Fish

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Cool Threads For Summer

Cool, Light and Unconstructed are the Breezy Bywords in Luxurious Warm-Weather Suitings

Posted: May 1, 1998    By G. Bruce Boyer

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Gambling to Pay the Bills

Two Mathematicians Write the Book on How to Beat the Casinos and Kiss Your Boss Goodbye

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Michael Konik

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Hotel Danieli, Venice, Italy

The best thing about your room at the Hotel Danieli may not be the silken coverlet on the antique bed, or the ornate desk, or the rich Oriental...more

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Jean T. Barrett

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La Costa Resort and Spa, Carlsbad, California

As was true centuries ago, when the Spanish conquistadores were lured to Southern California's magical climate and landscape, it is still easy to be...more

Posted: May 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh

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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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