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August 02, 2008

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Thanks for your post on Liam. It is difficult to believe that it is a year since he died. I really miss him.

That's a great photo of Whitlow's, and one of few that exist. Whitlow's was a classic, post-Prohibition, Washington tavern with Art Deco trimmings and a handsome front and back bar set. It was a favorite of locals when the F. Street corridor was low-residential. Out-of-town FBI agents, staying at the Hotel Harrington (which gave them a rate) frequented the bar. One night I was drinking there and a guy came out of the men's room waving a gun. No one paid him any mind, not even the Feebies. Becky Levenson and I threw a Christmas party at Whitlow's in December of 1983, with formal invitations that promised "no food and no presents," and a guest list. The affair was sparsely attended. Not everyone got the joke.

TP, you. are. amazing. I love reading your posts on those you love, from Walt to Doug to Liam, and feel uncharacteristically shy when I meet your friends because their reputations have preceded them in your generous and entertaining tales. If I ever die, would you please speak to the gathered few? And it’s a pity, along with Whitlow’s, that they closed the restaurant next to The House Where Lincoln Died, where you and I used to dine and where you would salt your greasy pizza, claiming that your doctor (and mine) had urged you to eat more salt.
MKZ

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