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After paying his dues in blue-collar jobs, brash-talking Steve Harvey has become one of America's top funnymen.
Jeremy Piven grabs a seat at an outdoor table at the Larchmont Bungalow, a casual restaurant/coffee shop on a homey little street just a few blocks south of downtown Hollywood.
These friends of Cigar Aficionado were there at the beginning in 1992, and they are still working with cigars today.
The unmistakable aroma of a dozen burning cigars perfumed the room, the lights burned bright and the crowd chanted my last name. It was time. I stood in the small dressing room at X-Fit, the gym …
With a high-profile NCAA investigation behind him and a top-tier recruiting class
headed his way, Coach Al Golden is ready to take “The U” back to the top of college football
One of the most recognizable faces in the world of sports reporting ends his day with a fine cigar
The Yankee is smoking a cigar on a park bench in the middle of Bardstown, Kentucky, when a Jaguar sedan pulls up and out pops a mere slip of a Southern belle in sneakers, who proceeds to struggle …
Veterans of the premium cigar industry reflect on the changes of the last quarter century.
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