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In the Autumn 94
Cigar Aficionado

Bill Cosby

Features
    Profile : Running Cool - Ben Gazzara's long stage and screen career has included a love affair with a good smoke.

Grand Wailea, Maui, Hawaii

Ritz-Carlton, Boston

Claridge's, London

    Smoking : Political Statistics - Political Statistics An Economist and Statistician Examines the Scientific Standards Used in Secondhand-Smoke Studies

    Cigars : Art in a Box - Traditional Humidors Get a Shot of Creativity and Color from French and English Design Teams

    Gambling : Las Vegas Stories - A Secret Golf Course, The World Series of Poker and a Lesson 007 Should Learn

    Sports : The Fast Track - The Skip Barber Racing School Turns Adolescent Fantasies into Real-Life Thrills

    Style : Suiting Up - Personal Tailors Fashion Custom-Made Products that Fit Beautifully and Precisely

    Art : The Longest Day - Cigar-chomping Darryl Zanuck re-created one of history's most momentous events on the beaches of Normandy.

    Collecting : A Book of One's Own - Collectors of Rare Volumes Claim That They Aren't In It For the Money

Nordic Exposure - The Glass of Orrefors and Kosta Boda

    Drink : Mexican Magic - South-of-the-Border Beers Work with Spicy Foods and Great Cigars

Emeril's, New Orleans

Les Halles, Washington, D.C.

    Fishing : Down by the River - The Orvis Fly Fishing School Baptizes a Novice in the Intricacies of Casting Lures and Catching Fish

    Planes : Air Time - Private Jets are more than a Luxury for Business Executives, Hollywood Stars and Big-Name Athletes

Cigars
    Profile : Smoking on Deadline - In the heat of reporting and writing, television and newspaper journalists savor the pleasures of a great smoke.

    Industry : The Rolling Rooms - Six Factories That Manufacture Most of Cuba's Export-Quality Cigars Each Specialize in Certain Brands and Sizes

    News : Let the Good Times Roll - Cigar Sales are Going Through the Roof as Premium Cigars Become Increasingly Difficult to Find

    Culture : Trading With The Enemy - It May Sound Like a Heinous Crime, but Thousands of Americans Violate the Cuban Embargo Every Year

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