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December 25, 2000 | ANN HORNADAY, SPECIAL TO THE BALTIMORE SUN
Night, New York, mid-1950s. In the lobby of the legendary "21" club, a darkly handsome young man enters a phone booth and dials the number of a table just inside the crowded dining room. "J.J., it's Sidney," he says, creasing a worried forehead with his thumb. "Can you come outside for one minute?" "Can I come out? No." "I have to talk to you, alone, J.J., that's why." "You had something to do for me--you didn't do it." "Can I come in for a minute?" "No. You're dead, son--get yourself buried."
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December 25, 2000 | ANN HORNADAY, SPECIAL TO THE BALTIMORE SUN
Night, New York, mid-1950s. In the lobby of the legendary "21" club, a darkly handsome young man enters a phone booth and dials the number of a table just inside the crowded dining room. "J.J., it's Sidney," he says, creasing a worried forehead with his thumb. "Can you come outside for one minute?" "Can I come out? No." "I have to talk to you, alone, J.J., that's why." "You had something to do for me--you didn't do it." "Can I come in for a minute?" "No. You're dead, son--get yourself buried."
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