In the September/October 2009
In the October issue of Cigar Aficionado, we speak with Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones about growing up in a small Welsh town, transitioning from theater to television to Hollywood, being married to Michael Douglas, and why she isn't fazed about turning 40. Also, features on the next generation of cigar stars, six titans who are living icons of the sports world, an in-depth look at what lies ahead for Detroit's Big Three, the PGA's new hi-tech Shot Tracker system, the Top 10 watches of 2009 and an interview with fashion czar Roberto Cavalli.Up Front
Editors' Note :
What's Happening in America?
Out of the Humidor
Dell Adamo Laptop
Palió Cigar Cutters
Panerai P.9001 Calibre
Infiniti G37 Convertible
The Hotel del Coronado San Diego
The Woman from Wales - Movie star. Oscar winner. Wife of Michael Douglas. Catherine Zeta-Jones is all those things as she nears 40 but at heart, she is still a small-town girl.
No Shots in the Dark - The PGA Tour has invested millions of dollars in a hi-tech system called Shot Tracker that follows the moves of every player in a tournament
Living Legends - These six titans are living icons of the sports world
Turnaround in Motor City? - Can the beleaguered Detroit auto industry manage a fiscal U-Turn?
A Life By Design - Fashion czar Roberto Cavalli spreads his cult of personality into ever-widening spheres
Generation Next - We look at the youth movement in cigars, from the fifth generation of Quesadas, to the Perez-Carrillo children and the Levin young guns at Ashton.
Cuba Report :
Cuba's Best Market - When the U.S. embargo is lifted, Cuban officials expect America to be its biggest consumer