In the Sept/Oct 2006 Cigar Aficionado

William Shatner

Pick up your latest issue of Cigar Aficionado and discover how much Captain Kirk is still really William Shatner. Also, fire up a peppery Punch from the late '80s, hang out with more father-son teams of cigarmakers, see the forecast for the 2006 NFL football season and preview Fall fashion in gray. That and much, much more, on newsstands now.

Up Front

Editors' Note
They Joys of Cigars

Out of the Humidor

Good Life Guide

Pioneer AVIC-Z1

The Duke

Bóveda Humidity Control System

Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Collection Cinq&Cinq

Lexus GS450h

Palazzo Sasso, Ravello, Italy

Wine Camps

Fall Sweaters

Olive Oil


Four-Star Chef
Le Bernardin's Eric Ripert has been garnering great reviews and accolades for 20 years. And he loves his cigars
Full Speed Ahead
From Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" to Denny Crane on "Boston Legal," William Shatner has played the macho man role with no regrets.
Golf's Hallowed Ground
St Andrews guards golf's legacy for the thousands of pilgrims who visit Scotland to pay their respects
Golf With Marvin
More Confessions of a Weekend Golfer: Golf In Scotland

Big Screen, High Stakes
A new film by Curtis Hanson strives to meticulously re-create the halcyon days of poker in 2003 and present a character study on human relationships
Big Men on Campus
Loyal, high-powered boosters support university athletic programs with hearts, minds and wallets
Fantasy Fervor
Fantasy football is scoring with millions of obsessive NFL fans competing for bragging rights and more
Football Forecast
Cigar Aficionado's gridiron guru analyzes the upcoming NFL season and predicts who will reach Super Bowl XLI
Jaguar's Back in the Hunt
The British luxury carmaker, known for sleek lines and peak performance, releases a powerful new sports car. But will this quick cat capture strong sales?
Tilting at Slot Machines
Call it a fool's mission, but Jeff Greenfield, the CNN political analyst, headed off to Atlantic City with a pocketful of cash destined for the slots
Video Gaming for Grownups
Our resident old-school gamer takes on the next—generation consoles
Gray Eminence
Autumn's tailored offerings show shades of elegance and a return to the element of high style


Fathers and Sons, Part 2
The second part of our look at the important generational partnerships that define a large part of the cigar industry
Cuba Report
Cigar Diary: The Virtues of Panetelas
Fine, Thin Cigars Offer Much More than Most Smokers Realize
Smoke Screens
A former NBA Star and ESPN commentator takes on the nanny state of america and argues for the right to light up by John Salley

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