Monthly Archives: August 2014

Cigars and Golf, a Natural Twosome

But Does Golf Face Dismal Future? For many, golfing is an important part of how they live their own personal cigar lifestyle. But the game is having problems, losing 1.1 million players last year with even more serious long-term issues, according to a story published in the June 23-29 Bloomberg Businessweek. “The game is hard,…
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CUBAN Legal

Endless Debate (or Hope): When Will U.S. Legalize Cuban Cigars? Will the embargo with Cuba ever end? And what will it mean for the island-nation’s famous cigars if and when it normalizes trade with the United States? Or do the distinctly American politics of dealing with a communist government that suppresses the rights and freedoms…
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott Speaks Against FDA Plans to Regulate Premium Cigars

August 8th was the Latest You Could File a Petition Against FDA Plans to Regulate Premium Cigars Cigar Rights of America, an advocacy group for cigar-smoker’s rights, says proposed regulations by the Food and Drug Administration could severely impact premium cigars. Many cigar smokers are saying this is yet another example of overreach by the…
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FREE Blues & Country Music OUTDOORS Sept. 27-28 in GULFPORT

A dozen bands will help raise money for All Children's Hospital at the end of the month during a FREE, two-day outdoor concert that's billed on the event's Facebook page as "Gulfport's Biggest Block Party." [caption id="attachment_2388" align="alignright" width="109"] Betty Fox Band[/caption] The 7th annual Tangerine Blues Fest will hear blues all day long (noon-9…
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