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Family Trees

Baby Boomers, Fascinated by Tales of Their Famous and Infamous Ancestors, Have Made Genealogy One of America's Hottest Hobbies

Posted: August 1, 1999    By Daren Fonda

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Big Hand for a Little Lady

Cyndy Violette belies the stereotypes and Makes Sexism Pay in the macho world of High-stakes poker

Posted: August 1, 1999    By Michael Konik

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Baseball Diplomacy

Do Two Historic Matchups of Cuban and American Teams Signal a Softening of International Tensions?

Posted: August 1, 1999    By Jim Daniels

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Jamaica's Cigar Comeback

Crippled by a 1988 Hurricane, Jamaica's Cigar Industry is Bringing Back the Taste of Days Gone

Posted: August 1, 1999    By David Savona

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Ashes Cigar Club

Red Bank, New Jersey

Posted: June 24, 1999    By Michael Marsh

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Reelin' Them In

Though the Marlin Weren't Biting, a Fishing Trip Out of Cuba's Marina Hemingway Provides its Own Excitement

Posted: June 1, 1999    By Matthew Reiss

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The Pilgrimage

Cigar Factory Tours Can Be the Holy Grail for Aficionados Touring Havana. But Be Prepared to Do Some Penance

Posted: June 1, 1999    By James Suckling

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A Brief History of Cuba

A mere 500 years ago, Christopher Columbus first visited Cuba, pronounced it "the loveliest land ever beheld by human eyes" and discovered tobacco...more

Posted: June 1, 1999    By Jack Bettridge

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The New Italian Renaissance

Spurred by the Demise of a Feudal Farming System, a New Generation of Italian Winemakers Has Finally Realized Its Potential

Posted: April 1, 1999    By Matt Kramer

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Green Gold

Long Savored Along the Mediterranean, Olive Oil is Adding Zest to America's Diet

Posted: April 1, 1999    By Sam Gugino

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Marque of Excellence

Can Rolls-Royce, Britain's Name of Distinction, Weather Separation from Its Kid Brother, the Bentley, and Adoption by the Germans?

Posted: April 1, 1999    By Paul A. Eisenstein

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The Dictator and the Dentist

I practiced oral surgery for 34 years and, while it was a fascinating and fulfilling profession, it wasn't often that you found yourself in the...more

Posted: April 1, 1999    By William Weiss

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