How the sleepy cigar industry went from a dying craft to an enormous fad and weathered the inevitable crash.
If there is such a person as a "typical cigar smoker," it isn't Rev. H Setter. His 1,500-cigar J.C. Pendergast humidor and a photo-filled wall of him with the biggest names in the cigar industry …
The cigar industry owes much of its creativity and longevity to the unique partnerships between father-and-son cigarmakers
The heirs of two tobacco legends carry on the proud tradition
In "Las Vegas" and the Jesse Stone series, Tom Selleck reminds us why he is one of America's best-loved actors.
A long line of eager smokers filled the halls of the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas Friday evening as thousands waited for the signal to start this year's Big Smoke Las Vegas. Some gathered as early as 2 …
In The 1920s There Were Speakeasies. In The 1990s There Are Cigar Lounges
Corona Cigar Co.’s Jeff Borysiewicz owns some of the largest cigar stores in the world, but he finds himself spending most of his time fighting for your right to smoke a cigar
Candelas, once hugely popular, are latter-day oddities that must fight for respect among their tawny cousins
The Lack of Large-Sized Wrapper Leaves is Creating a Shortage of Big Cigars
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