In the May/Jun 98 Cigar Aficionado
Profile : Long Tall Salley - Former NBA Big Man John Salley makes a play for stardom after basketball. Master of the Met
- General manager Joseph Volpe calls the shots at New York City's Metropolitan Opera.
Cover : Breaking the Mold - Actor and producer Michael Douglas defies leading-man expectations with bold creative choices.
Golf : Golfing in Jamaica - In Jamaica, Where Courses Are Quirky, Windy and Lush, the Best Advice Is: Listen to Your Caddie
Gambling : Gambling to Pay the Bills - Two Mathematicians Write the Book on How to Beat the Casinos and Kiss Your Boss Goodbye
Sports : Tennis for Two - For the Aging Tennis Enthusiast, Doubles Offers Additional Years of Exciting Competition
Style : Cool Threads For Summer - Cool, Light and Unconstructed are the Breezy Bywords in Luxurious Warm-Weather Suitings
Collecting : Collectible Casino Chips - Collectors Turn to Casino Chips, Seeking Fun, Profit and a Link to Gambling History Through These Fascinating and Colorful Pieces of Clay and Plastic That Don't Lose Their Value Even After They Leave the Gaming Table
Drink : Booming Burgundy Wine - Expertise and Technology Have Created Burgundy's Greatest Run Of Vintages Ever, And 1997 Promises to Preserve the Streak
Profile : CAO--A Family Affair - CAO Offers Pipes, Humidors and Cigars. But Founder Cano A. Ozgener's Most Important Product is His Children
Cuba Report : Cuba Quandary - As Cubans Increase Cigar Production, the Quality is Starting to Suffer
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