In the March/April 2011
In the April issue of Cigar Aficionado, easy-going actor Matthew McConaughey tells us how he has has remained on Hollywood's leading-man roster for more than a decade. Plus a look at what makes the Masters golf tournament one of the most special weeks in all of sports, the new high-tech wagering system in Vegas casinos, top tier digital cameras and an interview with Alan Rubin, founder of the Alec Bradley Cigar Company.Up Front
Editors' Note :
Battling the Lies
Out of the Humidor
Rabbit Air Art Series Air Purifier
Red, White and Ticking
Cadillac CTS Coupe
Stand-Up Video Games
Chef's Choice Food Slicer
Just Keep Thrivin' - Matthew McConaughey, the easy-going actor with winning ways, prospers by a simple credo: “Be a gentleman and don’t lie.”
From the Slopes to the Fairway - Rising costs have ski resorts reinventing themselves for summer traffic—and creating dramatic venues for golf.
Computer Betting's New Face - Vegas casinos are going high-tech to create up-to-the-minute wagering that can even let you place a bet during a game.
The Hottest Ticket in Sports - The magic of the Masters has players and fans alike pining to join the spectators—er, patrons—in “walking on clouds” in Augusta.
Get the Picture - The top tier of digital cameras shoot, zoom and connect better than ever. Some can even go swimming or shoot in 3-D.
The Rebirth of a Classic - How Walter Lange revived his family’s watch company after decades of stagnation in a small town in the east of Germany.
Connoisseur's Corner: Near-Perfect Smokes - Age has turned four cigars into classic smokes—in some cases, near-perfect smokes.
Cuba Report :
Habanos Today - A trio of the top Habanos S.A. executives discuss how they manage Cuba’s global cigar brands.
Alan Rubin - The founder of the Alec Bradley Cigar Co. talks about the reversal of fortune that put his smokes near the top.