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[New York] Nordic Food Court Rises at Grand Central, With an Order to Leave No Trace

The men’s smoking lounge as it appeared about a century ago. The designers of Agern transformed the space into a Scandinavian modern interior, but preserved one of the doorways
New York Times
added Apr 6, 2016 14:37
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[Caribbean, Florida] Cuba As Depicted in 19th Century Cigar Box Art

Cuba’s long war of independence forced Spanish cigar manufacturer Vicente Martinez Ybor to move his Principe de Gales (Prince of Wales) operations from the cigar manufacturing center of Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida.
Cuba Journal
added Apr 5, 2016 15:38
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COLLIN: Why should Hollywood quit smoking?

how best to put it? – cool. On screen, smoking adds movement to stillness, and pricks the dark with momentary flares of warmth and light. It’s a catalyst for intimacy, and particularly in the film noir era, there was often no fire without it.
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Apr 1, 2016 17:19
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[Asia] Countries across the world have begun pasting graphic images on their cigarettes – why China isn’t likely to follow suit

China has no plans to require such warnings on its cigarette packages. Duan said photos of smokers' rotten lungs...are not "in line with" traditional Chinese cultural values. He also stressed that China has strictly followed the WHO's Framework Conventio
Global Times (cn)
added Mar 23, 2016 11:49
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[Tennessee] Burley Tobacco Provided A Sustaining Legacy To Greene County

Tobacco is considered to be the most revered cash crop in the United States' history. As early as 1612, colonists of the New World, more specifically, John Rolfe, grew the first commercial crop of tobacco on small Jamestown Island in Eastern Virginia. Tob
Greeneville (TN) Sun
added Mar 21, 2016 01:55
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[Tennessee] Tobacco Has Changed, And So Have Our Communities

Greeneville was part of the Southern Railway Empire. The town boasted both commercial and industrial growth throughout the early 1900s, primarily due to the influence of the tobacco. In addition, Andrew Johnson, the17th president of the United States, was
Greeneville (TN) Sun
added Mar 21, 2016 01:53
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[New York] COTTER: Making Museums Moral Again

In 1983, the Whitney Museum of American Art opened a Midtown branch that was paid for, and named for, the Philip Morris tobacco company, which for decades had steadfastly denied that smoking causes lung cancer. The Whitney escaped sustained censure for it
New York Times
added Mar 17, 2016 12:43
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The Walking Dead: Melissa McBride Explains Carol's Smoking Habit

Carol shoots a little girl on The Walking Dead and no one bats an eye. Carol smokes a cigarette and everyone loses their minds. Since Carol's recent smoking habit has become a buzzed about topic among fans of The Walking Dead, I thought it was appropria
Comicbook.com
added Mar 14, 2016 00:40
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[Bulgaria] Demolition row: Culture Ministry told Plovdiv two years ago that tobacco warehouse was a cultural monument

Prosecutors have opened pre-trial proceedings in connection with the attempted demolition, which began on March 6 but was stopped by the intervention of the ministry amid large-scale public outrage at the bid to raze the building, which dates to the 1920
Sofia Globe (bg)
added Mar 13, 2016 10:59
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[Bulgaria] Plovdiv’s ‘Tobacco Town’ controversy: discrepancy in documents to be checked

A key part of the investigation into the controversial attempt to demolish a historic warehouse in Plovdiv’s “Tobacco Town” is expected to be the discrepancy between different documents, one saying that the building was not a monument of culture and anot
Sofia Globe (bg)
added Mar 8, 2016 21:54
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