In the July/Aug 2004
Pick up your latest issue of Cigar Aficionado, and get down to the nitty-gritty with Sharon Stone. Also, smoke with easy-going interviewer Bob Goen, feel the pains of putting, a 97-point Montecristo No.1, the fantasy of a Ferrari, the meat of a maduro, the future of Habanos and much, much more, on newsstands now.Up Front
Editors' Note :
The Last Frontier
Out of the Humidor
The Perfect Margarita
Callaway ERC Fusion
Sidecar Travel Humidor
Cartier Santos 100
Triumph Rocket III
Rotax RM1 Superkart
Barbecue Beeper Thermometer
Sharon Stone Reinvented - After a virtual five-year hiatus and armed with a new lease on life, Sharon Stone has returned to her rightful place as a Hollywood star.
CigarAficionado.com: Women of CA gallery
The Cruelest Part of the Game - From Touring Pros to Weekend Hackers, Rolling the Ball into the Hole Is More Art than Science
Revolutionary Bets - Betfair, a peer-to-peer online betting service system, has removed the middleman from the equation and taken the United Kingdom by storm.
Making the Right Call - It isn't easy being a sports official, but modest salaries, lots of travel and constant criticism take a backseat to the camaraderie and challenges of the game
Ferrari at 50 - Nothing's middle-aged about the 612 Scaglietti, the latest ride from Ferrari, created to celebrate a half century in America
Dogged Pursuits - Taking a Stand for Hot Dog Culture
That Old Black Magic - Maduros created using time-honored methods are sparking a rebirth for the mysterious dark-wrapper cigars
Cuba Report :
Cuba's New Visionary - Habanos's Spanish co-head, Fernando Domínguez Valdés-Hevia, speaks of a bright future for Havana cigars.
The Host of Hollywood - "ET" anchor Bob Goen's easygoing approach gets celebrities to open up.