Last Call For World's Longest-Serving Bartender
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. A little bit early for those who listen to MORNING EDITION to start drinking, but one master mixer says he's coming up on last call. The Pittsburg Post-Gazette reports that Angelo Cammarata, who holds the Guinness record as the longest-serving bartender, is retiring. The 95-year-old has been serving drinks for 77 years. His career started the moment Prohibition ended in 1933. No date yet for his retirement party, but it's sure to be a happy hour.
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