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Off Your Back

Made-to-Measure Shirts Cater to Men Who Want a Streak of Perfection in their Wardrobes

Posted: March 1, 1994    By Ralph DiGennaro


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Walk This Way

Cowboy Boots Raise Your Stature With Style

Posted: March 1, 1994    By Jeff Williams


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Power Smokers of Hollywood

It happened more than 25 years ago, but Jerry Weintraub--like many men--still vividly recalls his first cigar. Weintraub is an entertainment...more

Posted: March 1, 1994    By David Shaw


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Cigars Across America: U.S. Cigar Makers

An intense August heat blows in through the narrow doorway of a dimly lit, hallway-shaped store in Union City, New Jersey. A few yellowing posters...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Michael Frank


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Opinion: Cigar Smoking and Coronary Health

A doctor examines the links between coronas and coronaries.

Posted: December 1, 1993    By James Weiss


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Vegas Suites

For 45 years Las Vegas has existed as a dream city, a place to get away from the real world for a weekend or a week or forever. The Second Chance...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Jack Sheehan


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High-Seas Luxury: Charter Yachts

The hull shudders ever so slightly as the perfectly tuned brass propellers bite into the turquoise sea. As the huge diesel engines collect momentum,...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Jeff Williams


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Living by the Book

Illegal Gambling Operations Handle Millions of Dollars Every Month

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Michael Konik


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A Tale of Tuxedos

For many, the word tuxedo conjures images of Cole Porter, hair parted and slick, plinking out a poetic little ditty on the ivories. To others, the...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Ralph DiGennaro


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Is the Air Any Cleaner?

Smoke-Filled Rooms are in Washington, D.C., But Cigars Survive Behind Closed Doors

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Diana McLellan


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Prime Steaks

If you want to know how seriously Americans take their steak, rent a video of John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, in which outlaw Valance,...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By John Mariani


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Crystal Ashtrays

Actor John Goodman tells a story of some advice he received from Peter O'Toole while making King Ralph in 1991. During a break in filming, Goodman,...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Nicholas M. Dawes


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