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Tobacco Land: The Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic Has Some of the World's Best Growing Regions for Premium Cigar Tobacco

Posted: September 1, 1996    By James Suckling


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JFK and Che

The Man Who Drafted the Order for the Cuban Embargo Recalls Puffing Cigars in the Kennedy White House, and a Not-So-Chance Meeting with the Famed Revolutionary

Posted: September 1, 1996    By Richard Goodwin


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A Cigar Priest

If there is such a person as a "typical cigar smoker," it isn't Rev. H Setter. His 1,500-cigar J.C. Pendergast humidor and a photo-filled wall of him...more

Posted: September 1, 1996    By Terrence Fagan


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Edgar Cullman Jr.

CEO, General Cigar Company

Posted: September 1, 1996    By Marvin R. Shanken


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Beer Here

Great Beers from Europe and the United States are Leading a Renaissance of the Brewmaster's Art

Posted: September 1, 1996    By Garrett Oliver


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Cape Magic: Bullfighting

A New Generation of Matadors Face Off with the Bulls in Sevilla, Spain

Posted: September 1, 1996    By Bruce Shoenfeld


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The Conductor: Daniel Barenboim

Daniel Barenboim, Conductor and Pianist Extraordinaire, Has Two Passions in Life: His Music and His Cigars

Posted: June 1, 1996    By Mervyn Rothstein


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The Winner's Circle

Owning Thoroughbreds Is an Expensive Gamble Offering Great Rewards--and Costly Losses

Posted: June 1, 1996    By John Lee


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Right On: Capitol Hill Republicans

The Young, Conservative Cigar Caucus of Capitol Hill Is Celebrating Its Newfound Power with Plenty of Cigars

Posted: June 1, 1996    By Alejandro Benes


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Smokin' in L.A.

Despite Stringent Antismoking Laws, L.A. Residents and Visitors Still Have Plenty of Places To Enjoy a Fine Cigar

Posted: June 1, 1996    By Jean T. Barrett


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Remembering George Burns

George Burns' final wish isn't hard for cigar lovers to understand. He was buried with three of his favorite cigars. He simply didn't want to be...more

Posted: June 1, 1996    By The Editors


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War Games: Chess

Chess Is One of the World's Oldest Games, and Today Elegant and Unusual Sets Are Valued as Collectibles

Posted: June 1, 1996    By Nicholas M. Dawes


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