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General Cigar’s law firm, DLA Piper, recently announced that it was successful in restoring General Cigar’s exclusive right to market and sell Cohiba branded cigars in the United States. This decision reverses an injunction that prevented General Cigar from using the Cohiba trademark. However, this victory did not come easily for General Cigar. In 1997, [...]
Last month, A Cigar Smoker hosted an event on the rooftop deck at Rick’s Cabaret in Manhattan. He went back with photographer Steve Zak last week for a photo shoot, and you’ll find the results below!
It’s hurricane season, and the storms are starting to swirl. Bonnie, the current tropical storm, is pushing toward southern Florida, the most important location for the cigar industry in the United States. According to Cigar Aficionado (yesterday): Most of the companies in the premium sector of the American cigar industry make their headquarters in and [...]
The 3rd Annual Wounded Warrior Charity Golf Classic will take place at El Camino Country Club on August 30, 2010. The event lasts from 1 PM to 6 PM in Oceanside California, and the $125 registration fee includes golf, cart, lunch, dinner, beer and cigars. The event is being held by The Cigar Grotto and [...]
The proposed Savannah, Georgia smoking policy clearly lacks common sense. Well, all smoking bans do – it’s far better to let a business choose whether to allow smoking – but the situation in Forrest Gump’s town is particularly menacing. Mayor Otis Johnson wants to ban smoking in bars and restaurants … and cigar smokers are [...]