In the Mar/Apr 99
Orlando HernandezUp Front
Editors' Note :
A $4 Cigar--Yours for $7
Out of the Humidor
The Boulders, Carefree, Arizona
El Duque's Excellent Adventure - How Cuba's ace pitcher escaped political oppression to become part of a great American success story.
The Gin Mill - America's Clubhouse Card Game Can Sometimes Get Very Serious
Marque of Excellence - Can Rolls-Royce, Britain's Name of Distinction, Weather Separation from Its Kid Brother, the Bentley, and Adoption by the Germans?
Personal Best - A Slew of Custom Tailoring Choices Adds Up to One Thing: A Suit to Fit Each Individual
Art's Next Wave - Today's Artists are Creating Distinctive and Thought-Provoking Works, and Making a Name for Themselves in the Process
Green Gold - Long Savored Along the Mediterranean, Olive Oil is Adding Zest to America's Diet
The Silver Standard - How One Collector Found an "Affordable," but Still Shiny, Niche in Precious Metals
The New Italian Renaissance - Spurred by the Demise of a Feudal Farming System, a New Generation of Italian Winemakers Has Finally Realized Its Potential
Jean Luc Figueras, Barcelona
Quick On The Draw - A cigar-smoking bird named Shoe and political caricatures have made Jeff MacNelly a newspaper favorite.
Growing Nicaragua - Despite Dictators, Revolution, War and, Last Fall, Hurricane Mitch, Tobacco Men in Nicaragua Keep Planting and Rolling
An Interview With Pedro Martín - Pedro Martín, the founder and owner of Tropical Tobacco.
The Dictator and the Dentist