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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Quick Hits ...

Banned in Boston: I will be attending this function at the House of Blues tonight:

Tim Geithner will sing about the secret of his economic stimulus plan. Dick and Lynne Cheney will discuss the benefits of the Snuggie for holding back socialists. Bernie Madoff will mourn the loss of his dear old Ponzi. It could happen. It will happen, sort of, at tonight's Banned in Boston when Broadway actress, and Needham native, Nancy Anderson performs with Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton, Governor and Mrs. Patrick, Attorney General Martha Coakley, Mayor Menino, and other local notables. The fund-raiser benefits Urban Improv's violence prevention programs for Boston kids. 6 p.m. cocktails and dinner, 7:30 p.m. show. $200, $100 under age 40. House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne St., Boston. 617-524-7049.

Wanna Good Laugh?
See today's Boston Herald Inside Tracks! Our friends at the paper look out for us in every possible way, as the media, TV, Internet, networks sports stypes, Comcast sales and celebs keep pouring into Johnnie's on the Side at 138 Portland Street in Boston - a block away from the Boston Garden:

Tracked Down: Jada, Richard Phillips, Adalius Thomas
By Inside Track | Wednesday, April 29, 2009 The Inside ...

Girl band babes Jada belting out the national anthem at the Boston Celtics - Chicago Bulls playoff Game 5 at the Garden - also in da house were pirate drama hero Capt. Richard Phillips, Christopher Mintz-Plasse aka McLovin from “Superbad” and New England Patriots [team stats] Adalius Thomas, Ben Watson [stats] and Gary Guyton . . . CNN political reporter John King, a Dorchester homey, dining in Meritage at the Boston Harbor Hotel with execs from O’Neill & Associates before headlining a forum today about President Obama’s First Hundred Days . . . New York Times [NYT] columnist Thomas Friedman, a Brandeis alum, also opining about Obama’s presidential tenure at a forum sponsored by his alma mater and Rasky Baerlein . . . TNT’s David Aldridge and other assorted honchos, along with FOX 25 reporter Erin Hawksworth, former NBA veep Terry Lyons and many more chowing at Johnnie’s On The Side . . . “Gilmore Girls” gal next door Sally Struthers grabbing a bite at Za-Za in Saugus . . . Sally’s “GG” co-star Edward Hermann lunching at UpStairs on Square . . . Chicago Bulls assistant coach Del Harris getting into the New England spirit with some clam chowdah and fish ’n’ chips at M.J. O’Connor’s in the Boston Park Plaza hotel . . . Red Sox bride Bertha Lowell ordering up a “private occasion” arrangement from team florist Exotic Flowers . . . “Wheel of Fortune” production scouts checking out Faneuil Hall Marketplace for promos for Hub “Wheel” episodes . . .


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