Archive for February, 2009

120 Years And Counting For Brown’s Cigar Store

Cigar lovers in New York would recognize the name Brown in an instant. This cigar store in Corning, New York is widely acknowledged as an institution by itself, having been part of the community’s daily life since the 1800s. A little description from the store’s web site: Brown's Cigar Store is the heart of Corning's Gaffer District and a time honored tradition, offering the Corning area the finest cigars and tobacco products, brands from A. Fuente, Dunhill, H. Upmann, Macanudo, Padron & Zippo to name a few. Since 1889 Brown's ...

Cigar Companies Eyeing Phelps

var iamInit = function() {try{initIamServingHandler(234,329,614516,"http://cdn.pis.picapp.com/IamProd/Resources/Css/css2.css")}catch(ex){}}()How does that old saying go? The one about doors and windows opening and closing…hang on…I think it’s something like “When a door closes, a window opens.” I might have gotten the wording wrong but the idea is that when you find yourself being shut out of something for some reason, do not despair because somewhere along the way, other opportunities will open up for sure. And ...

Wanna Go Herf?

var iamInit = function() {try{initIamServingHandler(234,351,614390,"http://cdn.pis.picapp.com/IamProd/Resources/Css/css2.css")}catch(ex){}}()I can see your eyebrows going up, skyhigh, now…No, a herf is probably not what you think, whatever it is that you may be thinking. The term herf is used a lot – it has been used a lot and I reckon that it will continue being used a lot. But what is it really? Is herf a noun? A verb? An adjective? To be honest, I myself did not really know exactly ...