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Posted: Friday, January 26, 2007 10:00 pm

It's early Friday evening and R.J. Fereira is standing behind the small bar, waiting for his crowd. The piano is empty and the saxophonist is setting up, but R.J. is ready with his line-up of the night's cocktail shakers - including the huge sterling silver shaker that makes 12 martinis at once.

Fereira spends his retirement working part time as a piano lounge bartender at Wine and Roses because he loves the people, the relaxation and a good drink. But he also loves the shakers.

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