Donahue’s

At Donahue’s, where we went for two-dollar beers, everyone said the woman we always saw perched at the end of the bar was once an Argentinean prima ballerina with royal blood. She sat regally, white hair pulled back into a tight knot, crimson lipstick, dark leggings, and scuffed flats curled under the stool rungs.

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