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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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Skiing from the Sky

For Skiers Tired of Following Other People's Tracks, Heli-Skiing Takes Them Away from It All

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Larry Olmsted


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The Digital Detectives

The Burgeoning World of Corporate Security Has Gone From Cloak and Dagger to Computers and Databases

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Daren Fonda


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Hotel Inter-Continental Praha, Prague

In Ernst Lubitsch's classic 1939 comedy Ninotchka, three Soviet functionaries are dispatched to Paris to fetch a wayward comrade, Greta Garbo....more

Posted: January 1, 1998   


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C'est L'Afrique: Cameroon Wrapper Leaf

Tobacco Scion Rick Meerapfel and Associates Are Raising Quality Wrapper in central Africa

Posted: January 1, 1998    By James Suckling


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Bettor's Rx

The Best (and Worst) Prescriptions for Gambling Fever

Posted: January 1, 1998    By Michael Konik


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Food of the Gods

Since the Days of the Aztecs, No Food Has Incited More Passion than Chocolate

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Sam Gugino


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Auto Hypnosis

If You're in the Market for the Planet's Priciest Production Cars, Look No Further

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Joshua Shapiro


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A Key to History

A New Museum Recalls a Time When Key West Was Cigar Central

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Ann Boese


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The Barn

Raised in a Family of Florida Shade Tobacco Farmers, the Author Fights To Save a Piece of That Past

Posted: November 1, 1997    By Kay Davis Lay


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