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In the July/August 2006
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Camilo Villegas

Pick up your latest issue of Cigar Aficionado and go a round with Colombian golf star Camilo Villegas, the PGA Tour's "it" man of the moment. Also, fire up a Monte No. 2 from 1993, hang out with more father-son teams of cigarmakers, sample vodka's booming business and read about the Jersey Boy lighting up on Broadway. That and much, much more, on newsstands now.

Up Front Good Life Guide Features
    Profile : Jersey Boy - Bob Gaudio, hit songwriter and former member of The Four Seasons, has another winner on his hands with a new Broadway musical

    Cover : Stalking the Tiger - Camilo Villegas's Early Success on the 2006 PGA Tour is Raising the Inevitable Question—Can He Challenge the World's No. 1 Golfer?

    Golf : Mission Accomplished - With 10 designer-name golf courses, China's Mission Hills has become the world's largest golf resort

    Gambling : The $100,00 Buy-In - Big cash games lure poker pros and affluent amateurs to ante up their own money

Power Players - Mirage Resorts CEO and former World Series of Poker champ Bobby Baldwin goes all in on, and off, the felt

    Cars : Top 10 Luxury Vehicles - We pick the best of the best in the 10 categories that define world class driving

    Places : The Grande Dames - America's greatest destination resorts balance the charms of the past with modern amenities

    Tech : You Are Here - Satellite navigation systems take a turn for the better

    Drink : The Vodka Vogue - The nation's thirst for premium liquor in cool cocktails is making vodka the clear leader in the spirits market

Cigars
    Industry : Fathers and Sons, Part 1 - The cigar industry owes much of its creativity and longevity to the unique partnerships between father-and-son cigarmakers

    Cuba Report : Cuba's Cigar Legend - Alejandro Robaina, the dean of Cuban tobacco men, and his grandson, Hiroshi, discuss the state of cigars in their homeland in a wide-ranging interview

    Culture : Sinatra's Havana Nights - Far from the maddening crowd of fans, Frank Sinatra found secret pleasures, and friendships with American mobsters, in pre-revolutionary Cuba

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