Not too long ago, Brian Levine and I chatted on his radio show about brick-and-mortar tobacco stores, tobacconists and how special and arguably essential they are. As is known, I worked for a few years behind the counter of a local Tinder Box, which is now closed. There is a silver lining, and that is through a pair of Nicaraguan brothers that opened up their version of a tobacco shop in the exact location. The brothers are wonderful. Their main focus is cigars, but the former manager of the Tinder Box has convinced Marvin to have a modest selection of pipes and tobaccos as well. I spent some time there recently and it was good to see everything old becoming new again.