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  1. Claude Jeanloz would like to display his vintage cuff link collection, but to show the entire assemblage in an appropriate fashion, he figures he would need about 30,000 or 40,000 square feet. You...
  2. In his inaugural round at Doonbeg Golf Club four years ago, Buddy Darby recalls, Greg Norman lost seven balls in the 2-foot-high marram grass covering nearly every inch of the course that is not a...
  3. Ggiuseppe Ruo, manager of the Library Bar at London’s Lanesborough hotel, anticipates the question before it is posed. It is as if this native of Apulia, Italy, has detected the Montant aroma of a...
  4. Standing before us, behind locked acrylic doors, is perhaps the most impressive collection of cigars ever assembled. Hundreds of climate-controlled bins, each bearing numerous boxes of the tobacco...
  5. The Turrent family, which established its business in 1880, grows more tobacco and produces more cigars than any other Mexican cigar maker, yet its name remains largely unknown to American smokers...
  6. Despite an equally long history fermenting the fruits of the vine, Spain’s wine-producing regions have only just begun to attain the kind of prestige that neighboring France’s appellations have...
  7. TOUR DE FRANCE Drawn by breakthroughs in French painting technique, American artists visited Paris in droves during the last half of the 19th century. More than 100 of their finest pieces appear in...
  8. When cleopatra drank a pearl dissolved in vinegar, she did so, wrote Pliny, to impress Marc Antony. Some of the extravagant restaurant dishes that have emerged recently seem to appeal to that same...
  9. Some passengers on the 20-seat planes that service St. Barts may be too concerned about a splash landing to notice their bird’s-eye view of the Eden Rock Hotel. As the pilot cuts the throttle to...
  10. GROUNDBREAKING EVENT When the British aristocracy invented elephant polo at the turn of the 20th century, the players swatted soccer balls. Unfortunately, the elephants squashed these flimsy...

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