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travelled to Cuba with her husband Kanye West, their two children North and Saint and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe. Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians documented the reality stars’ trip to Havana, which took place in May.
results may help explain e-cigarettes’ recent success in sales and imply that e-cigarette TV advertising might undermine efforts to reduce cigarette smoking. Advertising was also found to affect the degree of habit formation for cigarettes, large cigars,
He’s been smoking cigars for years, but it looks like Jonathan Ross is sticking with the electronic version. The chatterbox was spotted with a right mouthful as he arrived at the ITV studios on Tuesday morning in London, balancing the smoking device in
McPherson’s deadpan pronouncements send Nye into a nihilistic tailspin, including a rare unraveling of his bow tie and a cigarette-puffing walk down the middle of a highway, followed by a hilarious cigar-smoking session back in his therapist’s office.
Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski made an appearance on “The Late Show” and he brought two great gifts for Colbert: a medal of St. Genesius, the patron saint of comedians, and of course, a box of Cuban cigars from his visit to Cuba.
No, it was actually a joke video put together by host Jimmy Kimmel‘s team, in which the Pope tried to smuggle over $100 worth of Cuban cigars into the U.S.
Cigar Aficionado was featured on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” last night, as host Jimmy Fallon introduced guest Robert De Niro. De Niro, who is featured on the cover of October’s issue, appeared on the late night program to promote his new movie, The Intern,
Mr. Cole achieved his greatest fame as Arthur Daley, the dodgy, cigar-smoking used-car salesman and con man in “Minder,” an ITV series that ran for more than 100 episodes from 1979 to 1994.
For two decades, Savona has written about cigars AND Cuba for Cigar Aficionado, where he’s now executive editor. He and Strassmann took a drive down Havana’s famed Malecón esplanade — the sort of thing you’d read about in his lifestyle magazine.