What is it about a competitive sport that earns the distinction of being a “man’s game”?
Comedians. They’ve been entertaining us for centuries. How long have they been entertaining us?
Starting this month, Cigar Advisor is proud to introduce Sondra Theodore, who pens this new relationship advice column.
Everyone loves a winner. And just about everyone can pick a winner, when one school is an odds-on favorite in the NCAA Tournament. But what about the other 67 squads, and the empty spots in your brackets? Cigar Advisor contributor Eric Angevine is back with a formula that's as easy as 1-2-3 to round out the rest of your field and go home a winner, too. The Madness of March – broken down for easy consumption. Just remember to cut us in when you win your office pool.
As the title of this article asks: Whatever happened to the smoking jacket? According to CigarAdvisor.com contributor, Arthur Payson, it’s fallen out of favor because “we live in a less formal world.” The smoking jacket was basically designed to do one thing: protect the smoker from getting ash and odor on his clothes. Readers will learn the history and design of the jacket, while the author also proposes starting “a revolution to bring back this by-gone tradition.”
National Cigar Day is celebrated by cigar smokers around the world in various ways including Cigar Box Jenga in Times Square in New York City, cigar rolling flash mobs in Brussels, Belgium, and even an outer space herf on the International Space Station. Tommy writes in New York City “Midtown Manhattan will be a cigar smokers playground as throngs of puro-pounding New Yorkers defy former Mayor Bloomberg's fascist inspired no-smoking law. Thousands of cigar boxes will be stacked up high while anti-smoking zealots toss epithets at participants. Police in riot gear are to be expected.”