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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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Palace Court, Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas

Render unto Cae....oops, it's easy to forget that you're not walking alongside the Parthenon in Rome, in white robes, as you stroll into Caesar's...more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Gordon Mott


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The CA Interview: Austin McNamara

President, General Cigar Co....more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Marvin R. Shanken


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The Art Of Wine And Cigars

Distinguished and In Demand, Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon is the Product of One Family's dogged Determination

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Jeff Morgan


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Hotel Grande Bretagne, Athens

After spending the better part of a week on an ancient Greek peninsula where the architecture and the service are equally antiquated, the uniformed...more

Posted: March 1, 1998    By Michael Kaplan


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Great Moments

A Prince Among Men

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Mark L. Dembert


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The Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel, San Francisco

...more

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes


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El Gaucho, Seattle

Walk into El Gaucho and you are transformed. The restaurant bills itself as Seattle's "premier steak house," but evokes more a feeling of elegant...more

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Alejandro Benes


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Vested Suits

Classic as well as Utilitarian, the Three-Piece Suit Is Back--But Did It Ever Really Leave?

Posted: January 1, 1998    By G. Bruce Boyer


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Highway to Heaven: Corvettes

Like Its Ancestor on TV's "Route 66," a New Breed of Corvette Is Prowling the American Road

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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The Nostalgia Broker

Alex Shear's Obsession with consumerism Has Created a Mirror of Modern America

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Melissa Milgrom


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