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  1. Frank Sinatra’s career as an entertainer lasted six decades, and it seems that Ol’ Blue Eyes rarely took a day off. That’s one of the best perks of being a Sinatra fan—there’s always something new to...
  2. More bottles of Champagne will be uncorked on December 31—specifically during the final minutes before midnight—than at any other time of the year. That being said, not all Champagnes are created...
  3. The story is legendary among cigar enthusiasts: In 1962, with the stroke of a pen, President John F. Kennedy signed a decree banning the import of all Cuban products to the United States. This, of...
  4. To celebrate all that is praiseworthy about the United States, one needn’t look much further than the original melting pot—New York City. Sure you can visit Ellis Island and its beacon, the Statue of...
  5. Ahh, beach season, the perfect time of year for a festive tiki glass filled with crushed ice, fruit juices, and scotch. Wait, what? We know what you’re thinking: The Robb Vices team has finally done...
  6. One week of professional football is already in the books for the 2014 NFL season, and with it fans across the country have begun what may or may not be regular victory celebrations. Sure, there were...
  7. Russia’s connection with vodka goes back a long way, possibly as far as the 12th century. Vodka is one vice that was common among royalty and peasantry alike; and while various czars over the...
  8. Another year, another Valentine’s Day, another surplus of boring, unoriginal gifts. Don’t get us wrong, we have nothing against a stunning bouquet of flowers or a box of handmade artisan chocolates...
  9. Given the ongoing presence of vampires in the media, plus a fascination with the zombie apocalypse, few cigars are more timely yet surrealistic than those by Paul Stulac , with their gothic gold,...
  10. Pistol in Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor famously claims, “the world’s mine oyster.” The metaphor has been used countless times since, but on the topic of oysters themselves, all are not...

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