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SHORT AND (MOSTLY) SWEET
While his battles these days include combating his network on how many cigars he can smoke on air, Shorty has always been a fighter: from his Watts upbringing to his bid inside Folsom prison to fighting on behalf of a dog breed whose own vicious rep is largely undeserved.
By Evan Dashevsky

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SMOKE Q&A
Hungarian immigrant Julius Caeser Newman founded his own cigar factory in Ohio in 1895 at age 20. Today, grandsons Bobby and Eric Newman run the nation’s oldest, family-owned manufacturer. Bobby tells Smoke about the latest developments and the important challenges that premium cigars face.
LA TRADICION CUBANA
For Cuban-born Luis Sanchez, the call of tobacco was more than just a career move: it was a deeply fulfilling opportunity to reconnect with his cultural roots.
By Seth Schwartz
ORIGINAL GANGSTER:
MICHAEL PITT’S TAKE ON OLD SCHOOL COOL

The New Jersey native has breathed extraordinary life into his stunning portrayal of Jimmy Darmody in HBO’s prohibition-by-the-sea drama Boardwalk Empire.
By John Grossman

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