50 No Average Joey
With countless credits in film and television, it is hard to imagine that there are fields Joe Pantoliano has yet to plow. Yet once again he has reinvented himself to tackle his most challenging role to date in the upcoming acclaimed film, Canvas. Join Tim Coleman as he spends a day getting to know the man known simply as “Pants.”
Story by Tim Coleman, photos by Zach Dilgard.


44 SMOKE City: Miami
Set foot in the city of Miami and one cannot help but feel the heavy Cuban influence in the city’s music, food, clubs, and cigar culture. It should come as no great shock then, that in a country being flooded with anti-smoking legislation, Miami remains a safe haven for cigar smokers. Manuel de Unamuno takes you to some of the hottest cigar stores and lounges in Miami and reveals where to shop, find a hot game of dominos, or have Thai food delivered right to your lounge chair.
By Manuel de Unamuno
56 Key West’s Cigar Story
How deeply does Cuban culture influence the city of Key West? Well instead of dunking donuts in their coffee, Key West police dunk Cuban bread in cafe con leche. Over the last 125 years, Cuban emigres have flooded this small island in the south of Florida and have helped change the city into a hotbed of cigar activity. Follow Key West historian Loy Glenn Westfall as he takes you on a tour that spans the centuries reveals how Key West earned the title of “Cigar City: U.S.A.”
By Loy Glenn Westfall
60 Papa’s Place
Ernest Hemingway helped put the “man” in “manhood,” but you’d be hard pressed to honor his legacy visiting his traditional but tourist-saturated haunts. Smoke’s adventure junkie Jeff Bolton instead sets off to Idaho to pay homage to his hero by facing off against his fears and mother nature in Hemingway’s less-known footsteps. In the process, Bolton strives to recapture the true spirit of the man whose writing has touched generation after generation.
By Jeff Bolton

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