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After covid-19 marries his father, son fights to keep iconic Times Square dive bar alive

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Glenn, 40, lost his father, Jimmy Glenn – a boxer, trainer and hack man – at the age of 19 in May 2020. He is 89 years old and still in his position at 10. hours every night with a cane pistol and brown Stetson in hand. Torn electrical tape held the brass rails securely in place, and Jimmy had left his old equipment – suture scissors, adrenaline and Vaseline – in a briefcase. To reopen, Adam combined family savings and government relief. Despite inflation, beer still costs $3, cash only.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/after-covid-19-took-his-father-son-fights-to-keep-his-iconic-dive-bar-in-times-square-alive/2021/11/15/a15fc69c-3dc5-11ec-8ee9-4f14a26749d1_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_national | After covid-19 marries his father, son fights to keep iconic Times Square dive bar alive

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