Cinco de Mayo Is Not Mexican Independence Day

Cinco de Mayo – Here’s What It Is Not Sure What Cinco de Mayo Is All About? You’re Not Alone Today marks the 154th anniversary of Cinco de Mayo, a bicultural celebration that has become synonymous with margaritas, cervezas (beer) and the occasional controversy. But we found most people don’t know the real story behind…

Adios Amigo

Adios Amigo Adios Amigo? It’s been almost a decade since we first heard the now-iconic phrase, “I don’t always drink beer, but when I do I prefer Does Equis.” Unorthodox in its aloof and half-hearted endorsement, the Most Interesting Man in the World ad campaign for Dos Equis somehow lent a unique credibility to the…

Warriors make it 73 Wins!

The Golden State Warriors Eclipse the 95/96 Chicago Bulls Golden State’s remarkable regular-season run brought another record Wednesday night as the Warriors won their 73rd game. (original post – CNN) The Warriors drubbed the Memphis Grizzlies 125-104 to become the all-time winningest team for one season, besting the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls by one victory. “It’s…

Conte may stay in Italy

Conte says he may stay in Italy after leaving national team originally posted by miamiherald.com by Maurizio Degl’Innocenti Italy coach Antonio Conte meets the media at the Coverciano training center, near Florence, Monday, March 21, 2016. Antonio Conte has explained his decision to step down as Italy coach after this year’s European Championship, and denies he has already…

Fidel and his Cigar Story

A Conversation With Fidel originally posted at cigaraficionado.com by Marvin R. Shanken This is a rather long post, but it is a very interesting read! Marvin R. Shanken, editor and publisher of Cigar Aficionado, interviewed Cuban President Fidel Castro in Havana on February 3, 1994. The interview focused on cigars, but touched on the United…