In the Summer 94
Fidel CastroUp Front
Editors' Note :
A Late Night With Fidel
Out of the Humidor
By His Own Rules - H. L. Mencken, a cigar always in hand, was the most influential commentator of his time.
St. Regis, New York City
Hotel Crillon, Paris
On Doctor's Orders - A Cigar is a Valuable Way to Release the Stress of a Busy Day
Buyer Beware: Counterfeit Cigars - Not the real thing—counterfeits of the top Cuban cigar brands are flooding the world market.
A Conversation With Fidel - Marvin R. Shanken travels to Havana for an extensive interview with Fidel Castro.
Tables of Dreams - With a Stake of Borrowed Money, Archie Karas Won a Fortune
On Track - Toy Trains Have Become Valuable Collectibles and Aren't Just for Kids Anymore
A Stained-Glass Menagerie - The Works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Especially His Leaded-Glass Lamps, are Much Sought After by Collectors
Tropical Delights - Fine Rums are at Their Best When Served Neat in a Snifter or Just Over Ice
Joel Robuchon, Paris
Mortons, New York City
King of the Garden - With a cigar in his hand, Red Auerbach guided the Boston Celtics to 16 NBA Championships.
Members Only: Cigar Clubs - The Privileges of Membership
Puffing Along - F.D. Grave & Son of New Haven, Connecticut, is behind the Muniemaker cigar brand.
The Art of Cigar Boxes - Four-Square Masterpieces Cigar-Box Labels Once Served as the Ultimate Image Makers for a Good Smoke