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Reading Time: 5 minutes Tucked away in the SierraMadreMountains of Central Mexico, 7 hours by bus to the nearest large city, a community belonging to the indigenous Wixárika (pronounced Weeks-Are-eeka) people are struggling for survival. The Wixárika people are some of the oldest and proudest groups in all of Mexico and are fully prepared to die rather than leave their communities and culture behind.
Reading Time: 8 minutes In Part 2 of “The Slow and Graceful Death of the Tobacco Leaf” theVasquez Cigar Factory is now producing cigars under the name The American Tobacco Company. Author Mark McGinty also introduces the readers to Sanburn, “A nice kid in his late 30’s with a drop of Spanish blood in his veins” who is more concerned with modernization and the company’s bottom line than the well-being of the workers. Vasquez and Sanburn don’t see eye-to-eye on running the business, but they tolerate each other in an effort to keep the factory running smoothly.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Some woman are girly, sexy and sweet, and then some woman actually like to smoke cigars, watch football and become one of the guys. Well, it's time to meet Angye Fox, a unique gal who fits both roles quite nicely. Born and raised in Green Bay Packer country, Ms. Fox is a rare breed who always lives life to the fullest. This entrepreneur, radio host, avid golfer and cigar diva is a most lovely gal who loves to play with the boys. How about you read the article to see exactly what that means for yourself.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Wicked Cool Shit – a Cigar Advisor Buying Guide (January)
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Ferrari F360 featured here was introduced in 1999 at the Geneva Auto Show. Instantly the car received praise for its stellar performance and its all-new curvaceous body. It was offered in a coupe (Modena) and a convertible (Spider). It was a significant car for Ferrari, employing emerging technologies for design and manufacturing and raising the performance bar for the supercar industry.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Getting to Cuba in the 1700s was getting to the heart of Spanish commerce in the Caribbean. Weighed down with treasure, getting home was no joyride.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Tailgating is as much art as it is science. We offer a must-have list – sourced from tailgating pros – to make a parking lot party worth its nachos.
Reading Time: 4 minutes So you want to be a cigar connoisseur? Contributor Joseph A. Baker explains what it takes to go from tyro to virtuoso in his article titled, “How to Become a Cigar Cognoscente.” Baker, writing from his own personal experience, starts with a little cigar history, some points on cutting cigars, lighting cigars, and how to choose the right cigar for you. Beyond that, Baker also discusses the camaraderie that goes with being a fellow cigar smoker.