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Moehringer grew up in Manhasset, a place, he writes, that "believed in booze. But while still tender of years, he was introduced to the culture, to the companionship and—yes—to the romance of it all. For young J.
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The Tender Bar 's emotional climax comes after its native son has found success as a journalist for the Los Angeles Times. On September 11, , almost 50 souls who lived and loved in Moehringer's home town of Manhasset were killed in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. One was a bartender we've met along the way. Another was one of the author's cousins.
Moehringer drove from Denver, where he was based as a correspondent for the Times , to New York to mourn and comfort old friends. He describes his cousin's mother, Charlene Byrne, as she grieved: "Charlene was crying, the kind of crying I could tell would last for years. And so it has, in Manhasset and so many other Long Island commuter towns. Moehringer's lovely evocation of an ordinary place filled with ordinary people gives dignity and meaning to those lost lives, and to his own.
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Agent, Mort Janklow. Terry Golway is city editor at the New York Observer. He is also the author of the recently published Washington's General Holt , a biography of Nathanael Greene. View Full Version of PW. The Tender Bar J.