The February stop in Scottsdale, known today as the FBR Open, is simply the most raucous, outrageous, unruly four-day golf competition anywhere
For the first time since 1997 we reopen the doors of the Cigar Aficionado Hall of Fame, welcoming nine new members: Carlos Fuente Jr., Hendrik Kelner, Robert Levin, Benjamin Menendez, José Orlando …
Cigar aficionados are turning basements, attics and far grander spaces into cigar lounges all their own
Cigar-loving anchor Bret Baier of Fox News hosts one of the most popular programs on cable TV.
It's late morning and Siegfried Maruschke walks with his father down a smooth and immaculately clean concrete floor in a warehouse in the Dominican Republic. There's no need for the halogen lights, …
Veterans of the premium cigar industry reflect on the changes of the last quarter century.
This Central America country makes a strong comeback in the cigar business
Cigar shops are among the few places that a cigar smoker can call home
Luis Tiant's reputation lives on in New England, where he is forever linked to the 1975 Boston Red Sox, one of the best teams in the franchise's frustrating twentieth-century history
Rugged, dark Connecticut broadleaf is getting increasing respect as a wrapper for handmade, premium cigars
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