So what’s the deal? Summertime in the city just got ‘squared’. As the heat rises, the Seinfeld Food Truck will be serving into town. Wear sunblock!
George wanted his ‘free bread” and asked. Will you? Even when your best friend says, “…let it go”.
“The Soup Nazi” truck has been fueling through city to city and now, BOSTON! We think the “Soup Nazi” is deciding which square to spare. Seinfeld Truck moves to Boston? I want in on production! He has already made it in New York City. Why not reside here? Lights, camera, action!
For over a decade he has told us NO, and because of a Facebook campaign of Seinfeld fans, “The Soup Nazi” is saying, “Yes”, 17 years later! Larry Thomas the “Soup Nazi” will be parked in Harvard Square from 12- 2 p.m., and at the infamous occupy Boston, Dewey Square from 3-4 p.m.
Have a Twix with the “Soup Nazi”?! He wouldn’t give George something for free, but he will be handing out muffin tops, Junior Mints, black and white cookies, Twix, and SOUP to you for FREE! Swill it down with a Snapple too. If you can make it through the line with no charge, “The Soup Nazi” will be signing autographs and taking pictures.
Next stop South Station or Harvard Square? MBTA is your best bet. It’s Friday, the commute will sizzle us up. HEC will be’ occupying’ the FREE SOUP as well.
Guess what the “Soup Nazi’s” favorite soup is? New England Clam Chowdah! Ask him tomorrow and order him up on FB!
Although Sullivan, who was labelled “unstable” by “American Idol” was sent home this week, she doesn’t mind and is using her “Idol” fame to kickstart her career.
You can jumpstart your “Idol” career on Sunday, February 27, when “Idol Across America,” a traveling tour bus that is visiting 16 cities across the U.S. stops at Harvard Square.
As part of the tour, visitors can enter into their “This is American Idol…,” a nationwide contest where fans can record their own take on the introduction made famous by Ryan Seacrest. The winner will be flown to Hollywood and deliver the famous line on the “Idol” stage alongside Ryan.
Fans will also be able to participate in the “Be Your Own Idol” singing experience, pose for photos at the Idol judges’ table, and view one-of-a-kind “American Idol” memorabilia, like Ryan Seacrest’s suit and Carrie Underwood‘s finale dress.
To follow “Idol Across America” and for full contest rules on “This is American Idol…” make sure to check americanidol.com.
★ Cast of the Bay State film, Fury Vengeance talk about real life animal encounters at the premiere (above).
★ Two-time Tony Award winning actress Frances Sternhagen, also known as Cliff’s mom on Cheers and Bunny MacDougal on Sex and the City, performs at the Salem Theatre Company.
★ Katie Holmes to star as Jackie Kennedy in HBO miniseries.
★ Scott Brown’s daughter, and former “American Idol” contestant, Ayla, gets job on CBS’s “The Early Show”.
★ “Project Runway” contestant, designer Kara Janx, to appear at the May 12th and 13th Stylefixx event in Boston, previewing her spring 2010 line.
★ The New England Patriot Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen drop $20 million to build the their ideal home in Brentwood, California.
Women in Film & Video New England will be hosting their November Networking Night tonight at NOIR in Cambridge, from 6:30-8:30PM. These monthly networking events occur monthly at various venues around Boston and Cambridge. They enable women from around the area who are interested and involved in film and media to make connections within the industry and hopefully provide them with the resources they need to create their unique visions.
This free event is open to members, both current and future, and all attendees are invited to bring friends. Women in Film & Video New England sponsors mentoring programs, scholarships, and other opportunities for women interested in working creatively behind the camera. The organization was started in 1981 by eleven Boston-based media professionals, including Rebecca Eaton, Raquel Ortiz, Christine Dall, Alice Hoffman, and Janet Krause.
NOIR Bar at the Charles Hotel on Bennett Street, is a short distance from the Harvard Square T stop on the Red Line, and also offers validated parking. The evening will feature bargain bar food sandwiches and flatbreads. Interested guests should RSVP to [email protected]. The next Networking Night will be held at a to-be-determined location on December 1st.
Networking opportunities abound in Hollywood East. To find more opportunities to connect with others, go to the Career Scene page of our website.
North End patrons might think of delicious spaghetti and meatballs or even a tasty cannoli when it comes to the Italian-centric Boston neighborhood, but lately, walking around Hanover Street you just might catch sight of nuns with guns, high speed chases, loud gun fire, and homeboy actor/director Ben Affleck shooting scenes for his upcoming flick The Town.
Affleck and crew seem to have taken over Boston, filming in neighborhoods including the Fenway, North End, Charlestown, and Harvard Square, where just the other day Mrs. Affleck stopped by the set to visit her hubby.
On October 22, loud gunfire and other effects could be heard as The Town filmed scenes in the North End neighborhood. Hollywood production crews have been hanging up fliers telling residents about their shooting locations. We headed over to the intersection of Commercial Street and Foster Street and witnessed the scene. Check out the video below of Affleck and crew in action.
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