Hookahs are so hot, they're cool

Stratton, Allegra
June 2005
New Statesman;6/6/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4743, p30
Focuses on the popularity of hookah pipes in Great Britain. Report that smokers and non-smokers alike join in at hookah bars; Statement that the British government's planned smoking ban makes no distinction between hookah pipe smoking and cigarette smoking; Desire of the government to outlaw smoking in restaurants as of 2008; Suggestion that the hookah pipes be exempt from the smoking ban.


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