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Single-Malt Scotches

So Many Single-Malt Scotches, but Which Dram Do We Drink?

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Stuart Maclean Ramsay


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Underhand About Secondhand

A Federal Judge Rules that the EPA Put Politics Before Science in their Report that Called Secondhand Smoke a Killer

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Jason Sheftell


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Caviar Cachet

Once Plentiful and Cheap, the Sturgeon Roe Craved by Czars Increases in Demand as the Politics of Procurement Become More Byzantine

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Sam Gugino


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Really The Blues

An American Original, This Music Born of Heartbreak But Full of Joy Is Ultimately Simple Yet Hard to Define

Posted: December 1, 1998    By T. Brooks Shepard


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Porsche Panache

For 50 Years, Germany's Preeminent Sports-Car has Created Noble Speedsters Built for Style, Mystique and Performance

Posted: December 1, 1998    By Jonathan Kandell


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Collecting Finely Crafted Fountain Pens

Decked Out in Diamonds or Steeped in History, a New Line of Fountain Pens Are Leaving a Distinct Mark

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Edward Kiersh


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Over 30's Play Ball

Once a Game Only for the Boys of Summer, Amateur Baseball Leagues Are Now Filled with Thousands of Men Over 30

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Marc Wortman


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High Stakes Gambling in Macau

Bettors at Macau's Casinos and Hong Kong's Racetracks Take Their Gambling Really Seriously

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Michael Konik


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Rolex Watches

Through times of War and Peace, Rolex Has Kept Time With Style and Precision

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Suzanne Rowan Kelleher


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Swisher International Group Inc. Switches Gears

With three factories in two countries and a growing roster of brands, Swisher's investment in handmade cigars definitely isn't too little. But is it too late?

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Brendan Vaughan


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A Day in the U.S. Navy

Fancy Flying with the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels and a Day in the Life of the Aircraft Carrier USS John C. Stennis

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Phil Scott


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Aram Setian: The Benz Breaker

For Aram Setian, Dodging Tickets And Debugging Mercedes is all in a day's work

Posted: October 1, 1998    By Jeffrey Zygmont


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