At Gregori’s, once you’ve paid your twenty dollars and checked your clothes and shoes with the friendly men in the antechamber to the left, you are given a mask – the small black kind, like Zorro’s. Stretch the elastic a little, you’re told, then slip the mask on carefully; there are only …
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