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Steve Dillon, Comic Artist Who Helped Create ‘Preacher,’ Dies at 54

the cause was a ruptured appendix...In 1992 he teamed with Mr. Ennis on Hellblazer,...The series tells the story of John Constantine, a chain-smoking, wisecracking magician who frequently tangles with the Devil.
New York Times
added Oct 24, 2016 22:14
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[Florida] Big, new warning labels may doom Tampa's cigar box art

For more than a century, these boxes... This may change as of May 10, 2018. That’s when a new U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulation kicks in requiring that any cigar box include a health warning label covering 30 percent of two principal display
Tampa Bay (FL) Online (TBO.com)
added Sep 18, 2016 22:49
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Newport’s ‘Pleasure Lounge’ Aims to Ignite Cigarettes Sales

“If you’re a smoker, it’s a smart way to turn you onto the brand because it’s fun and entertaining and you get cheap cigarettes,” said Ms. Hauri, a regular Newport smoker. The Newport Pleasure Lounge has helped turbocharge the brand. Newport’s rate of m
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Sep 14, 2016 14:27
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[Russia] Be brighter, put out the lighter

the inclusion of an intertitle with the public service advertisement “Smoking is injurious to health"...The IP Court confirmed...that public service advertisements shown before audiovisual works including a tobacco product or the process of smoking during
Lexology (uk)
added Sep 8, 2016 03:09
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[France] Review: ‘Viktor’ Is Vintage Pina Bausch, Complete With Gravedigger

“Viktor,” a rarely seen 1986 work, which the Tanztheater Wuppertal is performing at the Théâtre du Châtelet....Couples try to kiss with faces skewed to the sides, as water is poured over their heads, or with cigarettes in the way. (Smoking, so ’80s, now l
New York Times
added Sep 5, 2016 01:49
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[Virginia] From the photo archives: When tobacco was king

Lynchburg is steeped in tobacco history. John Lynch, the founder of the Hill City, built his first tobacco warehouse here in 1785. Within a year after the Civil War, Lynchburg had become the largest loose-leaf tobacco market in the world. The dominant c
Lynchburg (VA) News & Advance
added Aug 9, 2016 15:45
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[Asia-pacific, Malaysia] They can only puff in designated yellow circles in heritage enclave

George Town is believed to be the only no-smoking district in Malaysia with these little corners of refuge for smokers. The corners are not roofed so the smoke will dissipate quickly. And you will have to carry your own portable ashtray. “No one will th
The Star (my)
added Aug 2, 2016 18:47
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[New York] American Museum Of Natural History And Cuban National Museum Of Natural History Sign Agreement To Formalize And Deepen Collaboration On Research, Exhibitions, And Education

¡CUBA!, A NEW EXHIBITION ABOUT THE ISLAND'S RICH BIODIVERSITY AND CULTURE, WILL OPEN AT AMNH ON NOVEMBER 21...and a room revealing the craft of cultivating one of Cuba's most famous crops, tobacco.
PR Newswire
added Jul 12, 2016 15:17
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Six Women Artists Celebrate The Power Of The Cigarette

In the Invisible-Exports exhibition “Frida Smoked,” six women artists explore the legacy of the compact vices, specifically in relation to ideas of femininity and creativity. What stereotypes come to mind when we see a woman light up a cig? And what do w
Huffington Post (blog)
added Jun 19, 2016 12:20
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[New York] A Rich Feast of Folk Art at the New-York Historical Society

“The Folk Art Collection of Elie and Viola Nadelman,” a marvel of an exhibition that opens Friday at the New-York Historical Society. ... The displays range from several large cigar-store figures and a marvelous ship’s figurehead of a flirtatious woman
New York Times
added May 21, 2016 01:08
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