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In the weekly edition of Louisville Business First, which published today, I have a story about Cox’s Smoker’s Outlet and Spirits Shoppes. For that piece, I spoke with owner William Grantz about how the Louisville-based company has developed a relationsh
some of the committees decided, after public input, that the large cigar tax cap wasn’t worth advancing. But supporters of the cap were able to get their language in the current version of the bill anyway! Now the Frankenbill goes to Conference Committee
For non-smokers, inhaling the cigarette or cigar smoke is truly disagreeable. I’ve realized that one’s day here can sometimes be rather bothersome in this regard: smokers are all around you from the moment you step onto the street. Today, for instance,
Last night’s special guest was Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. Michael Milken had him as his guest. Rudy was at our table, Giuliani always is, along with Marvin and his wife, Hazel. John Salley, former NBA great for the Detroit Pistons,
One doesn’t hear much about exploding cigars these days, however, and that could be because of cases like Clem Nieman’s. He sued Dow Drug Co., as well as S. Frieder Sons. (He apparently didn’t sue the Helena Cigar Company, probably because of the difficu
this is probably not really about the cigars. This is about your relationship, his ennui, your inability to control him and your fears for the future. You should commit to counseling and urge him to join you (perhaps this is your nonnegotiable). You’ll h
A drone that delivers cigars to golfing foursomes. Who wouldn’t pay for that? Can it balance four beers and some snacks somewhere on its belly, too? I can’t tell if this is the laziest or coolest invention ever, but it’s certainly something people would
perhaps Obama will draw the line at smoking, given his own habit. Perhaps he’ll recognize that every soldier deserves the stress relief that he embraces in the Rose Garden as he ponders his next executive order. Perhaps he’ll put an end to this quagmire a
“We must all share in this most worthwhile effort to end the tobacco epidemic,”…Kathleen Sebelius wrote in a preface to the report. The initiatives adopted or being considered this year in the Valley already are heeding that call.