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Keeping 'em Lit

It can stop a bullet, clip a cigar, open a door, tell you the time, sign a check and, by the way, light a Cohiba. "It," of course, is the...more

Posted: June 1, 1995    By Nancy Wolfson


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A Horse Named Cigar

A Thoroughbred Named Cigar is on Track for "Horse of the Year"

Posted: June 1, 1995    By Mark Vaughan


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Great Moments: Dinner of the Century

A Parisian Night

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Gordon Mott


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A Century Mark

With Their Cuesta-Rey Brand Booming, the Newman Family Celebrates 100 Years of Cigar Making

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Gordon Mott


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A Few Good Books

Cigar Aficionado Rates Three Cigar Guides

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Michael Frank


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Riding High

Wait Two Years for a New Harley-Davidson? That's How Long It Can Take to Get Delivery on America's Motorcycle Wait Two Years for a New Harley-Davidson? That's How Long It Can Take to Get Delivery on America's Motorcycle

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Mark Vaughan


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Private Kingdoms

An Island Paradise May Sound Romantic, But Be Real About Your Dreams Before You Buy

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Edward Kiersh


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A Handle on the World

From Asprey to Zero Halliburton, Attachés Have Cachet. They Carry Clout--and Your Business Papers.

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Debbi J. Karpowicz


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Sidewalk Sculptures

Cigar-Store Indians Served as High-Profile Advertising Tools for Tobacconists

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Nancy Wolfson


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One Step Ahead

Sophisticated Gamblers Use Legal Techniques to Gain Small Advantages at Casino Games

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Michael Konik


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Back Again

With a $350,000 Supercar, the Legendary Italian Automobile Company Bugatti Has Returned to the Car Market

Posted: March 1, 1995    By Michael Knepper


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South-of-the-Border Smokes

Under Towering Volcanoes, the San Andrés Region Produces Richly Flavored Tobacco That Creates Unique Cigars

Posted: December 1, 1994    By Gregory Katz


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