<![CDATA[NBC Boston - The Scene]]>Copyright 2018https://www.nbcboston.com/entertainment/the-scene http://media.nbcboston.com/designimages/clear.gif NBC Boston https://www.nbcboston.comen-usTue, 16 Jan 2018 20:23:57 -0500Tue, 16 Jan 2018 20:23:57 -0500NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[A Night With Janis Joplin]]> Tue, 16 Jan 2018 17:41:47 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/A_Night_With_Janis_Joplin.jpg

If you love Janis Joplin, you'll want to catch an upcoming show at Boston's Shubert Theatre.

<![CDATA[Suzanne Somers to Auction Off SoCal Compound — No Reserve!]]> Wed, 10 Jan 2018 11:54:29 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/knbc-suzanne-somers-palm-springs-home-tn.jpg The roughly 70-acre mountainside compound features multiple villas on five levels.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Kelly Peak Photography]]>
<![CDATA[Local Chef Got His Start Cooking for the Queen]]> Tue, 09 Jan 2018 17:24:28 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/BOST_000000011773728.JPG

If you go to British Beer Company, you could be ordering a meal inspired by the Queen of England herself. That's because their executive chef's first job was in Windsor Castle.

<![CDATA[$55,000 in Counterfeit Air Jordans Seized at DC Airport]]> Wed, 10 Jan 2018 20:07:45 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Counterfeit+Jordans+IAD+Nike9M+121517.jpg

Tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of counterfeit Nike Air Jordan sneakers were identified by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at Dulles International Airport in Virginia, 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C.

The sneakers arrived from Hong Kong in seven boxes Dec. 15 and were headed for an address in Alexandria, Virginia, according to CBP. The boxes were listed as auto parts, so CBP officers suspected the sneakers inside were counterfeit.

"In this case, these items obviously did not match the description being shipped," U.S. Customs and Border Protection Assistant Port Director Patrick E. Orender Jr. said.

Nike verified the sneakers as counterfeit, and CBP completed the seizure Jan. 2.

The 400 pairs of various fake Mikes would have had a value of $54,715 at the suggested retail price if they were authentic, CBP said.

“Customs and Border Protection will continue to work closely with our trade and consumer safety partners to seize counterfeit and inferior merchandise, especially those products that pose potential harm to American consumers, negatively impact legitimate business brand reputations, and potentially steal jobs from U.S. workers,” CBP Acting Port Director for the Area Port of Washington, D.C., Daniel Mattina said.

Arrests in cases of this size are rare, according to a CBP public affairs officer.

CBP said officers seize about $4 million in fake merchandise every day, and it can be dangerous. Officers said in one shipment they confiscated goods that were radioactive. Furniture intercepted in the past had hazardous material in the product, Orender said.

According to the CBP, the most common fake goods are clothing (20 percent), electronics (16 percent), footwear (12 percent), jewelry (11 percent) and pharmaceuticals (8 percent).

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<![CDATA[Recap of the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards]]> Mon, 08 Jan 2018 00:17:53 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/75th_annual_golden_globe_awards.jpg

It was a true silhouette of solidarity as actors arrived on the red carpet Sunday night wearing black, but at the end of the evening, the most coveted accessory, of course, was gold.


<![CDATA[How to Order 'Secret' Harry Potter Drinks at Starbucks]]> Fri, 05 Jan 2018 18:02:51 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-823982772.jpg

If you see coffee when you look into the Mirror of Erised, then we have some great news for you.

Fans of “Harry Potter” will be thrilled to know that Starbucks offers a “secret menu” with drinks inspired by the films and books.

Those drinks, the Butterbeer Latte and the Butterbeer Frappuccino, are available at your local coffee shop, and the company itself has provided instructions on how to order the delicious concoctions.

“If a customer would like to order a beverage that is not on our menu, we recommend they know the recipe,” the retailer suggests.

For a Butterbeer Latte, the company instructs customers to ask for a Latte with whole milk, caramel syrup, toffee nut syrup, and cinnamon dolce syrup. To top the drink off, you can add whipped cream and salted caramel bits.

For the Butterbeer Frappuccino, customers can ask for a Crème Frappuccino with caramel and toffee nut syrups, with caramel drizzle over the top. 

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<![CDATA[Taco Bell Will Launch Nacho Fries in Bid to Win Dollar Menu]]> Wed, 03 Jan 2018 13:36:05 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/TacoBellnachofries_1200x675.jpg

Taco Bell announced that it will begin selling Nacho Fries this month for $1 in the Dollar Menu war with fast food giants, CNBC reported.

The newest addition to Taco Bell's menu is part of a strategy for the year where the Mexican fast food will introduce 20 additional new items onto its Dollar Menu across the nation. The fries will also be an available option in the $5 box meals. 

Jack in the Box and McDonald's have both followed suit and also introduced new additions to their respective Dollar Menu items, CNBC reported.

Taco Bell told CNBC that its menu items garnered more than $500 million in sales in 2017 and its $5 boxes, which often contain its limited-time offerings, generated an additional $1 billion in sales for the brand.

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<![CDATA[Patrick Stewart Enjoys White Clam Pizza at Pepe's in Conn.]]> Wed, 03 Jan 2018 11:34:31 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Patrick+Stewart+at+Pepes.jpg

Patrick Stewart walked into the famous Frank Pepe's pizzeria in New Haven on Tuesday. 

The owner, Gary Bimonte, said Stewart was "passing through" and decided to get a bite to eat in New Haven. 

Stewart ordered the renowned white claim pie and took the time to take pictures with staff members. 

Bimonte said the employees were excited to meet the celebrity. 

Photo Credit: Gary Bimonte]]>
<![CDATA[Behind the Scenes at 'Citrus and Salt']]> Tue, 02 Jan 2018 17:32:22 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/BOST_000000011573876.JPG

Fresh off the success of his Commonwealth Avenue restaurant “Buttermilk and Bourbon” - celebrity chef Jason Santos has created “Citrus and Salt” in Boston’s Back Bay.

<![CDATA[Celebrate the Who-lidays With Grinchmas at Universal Studios]]> Sun, 31 Dec 2017 03:18:36 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/181*120/The+Grinch+and+Max.jpg There's still time to celebrate the Who-lidays with the Grinch, his faithful dog Max and the Whos from Who-ville at Universal Studios Hollywood. The annual event dubbed "Grinchmas" runs through Dec. 31.

Photo Credit: David Sprague for Universal Studios Hollywood]]>
<![CDATA[Joe Perry and Aerosmith Look Ahead to 2018]]> Thu, 28 Dec 2017 17:10:01 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Joe_Perry_and_Aerosmith_Look_Ahead_to_2018.jpg

Joe Perry, the lead guitarist for Aerosmith, talks about what he has planned for the new year.

<![CDATA[New Year's Eve in the Seaport District]]> Thu, 28 Dec 2017 08:29:43 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Generic+Boston+Generic+Boston+Seaport+District+Generic.JPG

There will be a lot to do New Year's Eve in Boston's bustling Seaport District.

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<![CDATA[New Fitness Trend Using Megaformer]]> Tue, 26 Dec 2017 23:07:04 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/New_Fitness_Trend_Using_Megaformer.jpg

With the new year around the corner, a lot of people will be making resolutions to get in shape. A new workout trend coming to Boston could help.

<![CDATA['What Do I Want for Christmas' and More Top Holiday Googles]]> Mon, 25 Dec 2017 13:35:34 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/621330416-Christmas-Tree-Generic.jpg

People can be hard to please when it comes to buying Christmas presents —  especially if they don't know what they want themselves.

A lot of people apparently turned to Google this year when they didn't know what they wanted for the holiday, according to Google Trends' round-up of the top questions about Christmas in the U.S. this week. "What do I want for Christmas" was ranked fourth, following questions about when Christmas is and how to draw a Christmas tree.

The top result of a Google search for that question on Christmas Day was a quiz that crunches readers' answers about their favorite soft drink, animal and color and, perhaps tellingly, "Which gift would you most want for Christmas?" to determine what they want to get.

Google offered more information on its users' holiday-themed activity this year, too.

Sugar cookies were the most searched variety of cookie, beating out gingerbread, chocolate chip, peanut butter and snickerdoodle.

People searching "how to" do something Christmas related wanted to know how to draw and decorate Christmas trees, how to make a Christmas bow, the German translation of "Merry Christmas" and how to put a ribbon on what the Germans call a Weihnachtsbäum. (That means Christmas tree.)

Google looked at other holidays, too. Like Christmas, people searching for Hanukkah most commonly wanted to know when it was. The most common question for the annual holiday celebrating African-American culture was "What is Kwanzaa."

The holidays are always a busy travel season, and Google reported that people searching "Flights to" most often finished that phrase with Las Vegas, Hawaii and Florida — warm-weather destinations people might be dreaming of escaping to amid the blast of winter weather.

See more from the winter holiday Google Trends report here.

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<![CDATA[Hip-Hop Nutcracker in Boston]]> Thu, 21 Dec 2017 18:37:15 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Hip-Hop_Nutcracker_in_Boston.jpg

If you think you know "The Nutcracker," think again.

<![CDATA[Cookies for Santa: A Breakdown of Christmas Calories]]> Thu, 21 Dec 2017 10:41:26 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/180*120/GingerBettysQuincy+Christmas+Tree+Cookie.jpg

Between holiday parties, baking cookies for Santa, and office treats, the holidays can be a time of celebration through food. 

But do you know how many calories you are actually consuming with those holiday snacks? 

Consumer Reports recently broke down the calorie count in your favorite Christmas cookies, telling you how many to eat to reach 100 calories. 

For Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Stars Shortbread cookies, you can eat about three to get to 100 calories. 

Classic butter cookies, like the ones made by Sherwood Danish Delights that come in the blue tins, come to 100 calories if you eat about two and a third. 

Pepperidge Farm tops Christmas necessities for some. Their Milano Cookies (Candy Cane version), with layers of peppermint and chocolate, are 100 calories for about one and a half. 

Gingerbread man cookies from Pepperidge Farm have 100 calories for every three you eat. 

What about Nabisco Winter Oreos? They have red cream but the flavor is the same. One and a half of those equal 100 calories. 

Pillsbury Ready to Bake takes a shortcut to decorating cookies. A little less than two come to 100 calories. 

While Santa's elves are busy making toys, Keebler elves are making Fudge Stripes Peppermint cookies. A little more than one of these equals 100 calories. 

What is your favorite holiday cookie?

<![CDATA[Carson Kressley: How to Properly React to Any Gift]]> Wed, 20 Dec 2017 17:57:14 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/crarson-kressley-surprise.jpg

Let's face it: Gift-giving can be nerve-wracking. Will your uncle’s new life coach like this aromatherapy diffuser? What if your nephew’s step-uncle already has a theft-proof backpack?

And then, there’s the gift-receiving. It sounds easy, sure, but what happens when all eyes in the room turn to you, scrutinizing your face for the slightest twitch of a reaction to whatever it is you might receive? You don’t want to convey the wrong emotion in such a fraught moment. You want to convey the right emotion, the one that says, "Hey — thanks."

Life is stressful enough without worrying about your facial expression all the time. Fortunately, stylist and lifestyle expert Carson Kressley showed NBC Better some tricks for staying cool when you’re feeling the holiday heat.

Don’t worry, Kressley says. "Anyone can do it." Check out his video guide below.

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<![CDATA[Creative Cookies for the Win]]> Tue, 19 Dec 2017 17:52:37 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/WEB_JAckie_Scene_Cookies_4pm.jpg

A local mother is showcasing her cookie-making skills on television. Aime Pope owns The Painted Pastry in Beverly, Massachusetts, competed on Food Network's "Christmas Cookie Challenge."

<![CDATA['Board and Brush' Offers Creative Gift Idea]]> Mon, 18 Dec 2017 17:55:30 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/WTBS-163_DT2145_ASI_FULL_REZ_131581075911010000.jpg

At Board and Brush in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, they make it easy for customers to create a sign they’d be proud to put on their wall.

<![CDATA[See What's on the Menu for the 75th Golden Globe Awards]]> Sat, 16 Dec 2017 00:21:12 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Golden+Globes+11.jpg The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards are on the way and of course there is food involved.

Photo Credit: Khallid Shabazz]]>
<![CDATA[The Story Behind 'The Foodsmith']]> Fri, 15 Dec 2017 20:36:36 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/The_Story_Behind__The_Foodsmith_.jpg

For 22 years, Laura Raposa was one half of the Boston Herald's "Track Gals." But in 2013, she decided to make a change. She and her husband have now opened their own bakery, "The Foodsmith."

<![CDATA[Friday Is Free Shipping Day for Hundreds of Retailers]]> Fri, 15 Dec 2017 08:31:17 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/package-delivery.jpg

Online retailers are bringing some much-needed relief for late shoppers: free shipping.

Friday is the 10th annual Free Shipping Day. More than 960 retailers, including Macy's, Nordstrom, Amazon, Kate Spade and ASOS, are offering the service with guaranteed delivery by Christmas Eve. Many of the participating retailers are also offering additional deals and sales.

The complete list of all participating retailers can be viewed here.

Deals and guidelines vary from company to company, and free shipping is only guaranteed for items that are currently in stock and may exclude certain purchases.

FedEx and UPS are gearing up for last-minute cyber purchases and have advice for frantic consumers on their websites. FedEx encourages preparation and planning to ensure a stress-free delivery and even has a hotline for consumers to keep tabs on their packages. FedEx and UPS also have holiday calendars that explain the last days to order so the gifts arrive by Dec. 24. 

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<![CDATA[The Musical Acts of First Night Boston]]> Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:56:04 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/196*120/First+Night+Boston+collage.jpg

Are you ready to have a great time at First Night Boston? The musical acts performing at the New Year's Eve party in Copley Square are!

Eli "Paperboy" Reed is an R&B- and soul-inspired singer who graduated from Brookline High School. He's performing at 11 p.m. on the main stage in Copley Square.

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Rocker Clarissa Johnson and her band are taking the stage around 10 p.m. She started singing when she was 15 and hasn't stopped since then.

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Raised in Boston's Mattapan neighborhood, Dutch Rebelle said she doesn't believe that being a female rapper makes her an underdog. She's performing in the 9 p.m. hour during First Night Boston.

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PK and the Mighty Seven is a nine-piece funk band based out of Boston, with all but one of its members hailing from the area. They're slated to hit the stage in the 8 p.m. hour.

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Photo Credit: Carissa Johnson/NBC Boston/Eli "Paperboy" Reed]]>
<![CDATA[Star Wars Exhibit Coming to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston]]> Fri, 15 Dec 2017 04:33:39 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/180*120/Star+Wars+Miniland+Episode+II+-+1.JPG

The LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston has announced they are adding a new exhibit.

LEGO Star Wars MINILAND will open to the public on Feb. 10, 2018.

The indoor LEGO playground in Somerville, Massachusetts, will be offering a full year of galactic fun with the new exhibit, which will depict the First Battle of Geonosis in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.

The exhibit will consist of many displays featuring fans' favorite scenes, including replicas of a Gladiator-style battle between Jedi and Geonosians on Geonosis, Jango Fett Clones lining up on Kamino, and Jango Fett battling Anakin Skywalker featuring Slave Ship 1 and Boba Fett.

The LEGOLAND announcement comes as the newest film, Sar Wars: The Last Jedi, opens in theaters Friday.

Click here for more information on LEGOLAND and its newest attraction.

Photo Credit: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston]]>
<![CDATA[Deion Sanders' Texas Mansion Going Up for Auction: See Inside]]> Wed, 13 Dec 2017 21:56:51 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/180*120/deion-sanders-house-montclair-+%282%29.JPG Chateau Montclair, the former home of former Dallas Cowboys player Deion Sanders, is up for auction Thursday. The 29,000-square-foot Prosper home, which boasts nine bedrooms, 10.5 baths and a master closet larger than most North Texas homes (3,000-square-feet), has no reserve price and will go to the highest bidder.

Photo Credit: Mike Richard, NBC 5 News]]>
<![CDATA[Photos: Inside Elvis and Priscilla Presley's Honeymoon Home]]> Wed, 13 Dec 2017 14:16:51 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/knbc-elvis-presley-palm-springs-home-tn.jpg Elvis Presley's honeymoon hideaway in the Southern California desert is back on the market.

Photo Credit: The Associated Press/Rodeo Realty]]>
<![CDATA[Postmodern Jukebox on World Tour]]> Tue, 12 Dec 2017 20:38:52 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Postmodern_Jukebox_on_World_Tour.jpg

If you're looking for a gift for a music lover, tickets to see the viral video sensation Postmodern Jukebox in Boston may be an option.

<![CDATA[Toddler's Distress Signal From Mall Santa's Lap Goes Viral]]> Tue, 12 Dec 2017 10:47:18 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/kerry-spencer-santa.jpg

A mother in Utah taught both of her children to sign using American Sign Language before they could speak. What she didn't expect was for her son to use his skill to communicate that he really didn't enjoy sitting in Santa's lap.

Kerry Spencer told "Today" Parents that she didn't see Samuel's ASL sign for "help" until after the photo was taken.

Her family has been laughing about the picture for years, but this year the Stevenson University professor, now living in Maryland, decided to tweet the photo. It's now gone viral, being retweeted thousands of times.

Spencer told "Today" that, strictly speaking, the sign is "mispronounced." The thumb should be up, not sideways.

"Babies learning to sign often mispronounce words, but it is the sign he always made when he needed help," she said 

Photo Credit: Kerry Spencer | NBC 5 News
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<![CDATA[See Inside the $2.5 Million ‘Saturday Night Fever’ House]]> Mon, 11 Dec 2017 18:25:40 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/saturday+night+live+house.jpg The Bay Ridge house from the iconic disco film “Saturday Night Fever” is up for sale.

Photo Credit: AP/Ben Bay Realty Co.]]>
<![CDATA[Watch: National Zoo Pandas Tumble and Play in the Snow]]> Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:23:28 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/166*120/5372165463_c280e3e589_z.jpg

After a weekend filled with snowflakes, hibernating and binge-watching - it's back to the daily grind.

Getting some Monday motivation is never easy, but there's one thing that may get you into better spirits: Pandas.

The first snowfall of the season brought more than 2 inches to the Smithsonian National Zoo in Northwest D.C.

Giant panda Mei Xiang showed off her athletic abilities by tumbling down a snowy hill.

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And on Sunday, the zoo posted this video of a red panda and giant panda Bei Bei.

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Now, don't you feel better?

Photo Credit: Smithsonian Institution
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<![CDATA[Legendary Toy Store FAO Schwarz to Get New Home in NYC]]> Fri, 08 Dec 2017 14:12:28 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-56273259.jpg

Two years after it closed its famed location on Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwarz is reopening a new store in the heart of Midtown, according to reports.

The iconic toy store will be moving to a new space at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, about eight blocks south of its old location at the General Motors Building on Fifth Avenue, the Commercial Observer reported.

FAO will occupy the 19,000-plus-square-foot space currently home to the NBC Experience Store. NBC is headquartered at Rockefeller Center.

The new store will span the ground floor and mezzanine level at Rockefeller Center, according to the Commercial Observer. Details of the “long-term” lease haven’t been revealed, but the store is set to open in fall 2018. 

FAO was at its 61,000-square-foot flagship location for decades before closing its doors in the summer of 2015. The Fifth Avenue location was featured in many Hollywood movies, including “Big” and “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.”

ThreeSixty Group, a provider of branded consumer products to the nation’s largest retailers, announced in 2016 that it had acquired FAO from Toys “R” Us.

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Photo Credit: Getty Images]]>
<![CDATA[Bride: UPS Lost My Dream Dress Weeks Before the Wedding]]> Wed, 06 Dec 2017 10:58:09 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/120517+lost+wedding+dress.jpg

Just weeks before a Virginia woman's wedding, UPS lost the dress of her dreams -- but it looks like this story now has a happy ending. 

Elementary school teacher Mashaell Abedy couldn't believe her luck when she found a deeply discounted lace gown by her favorite bridal designer at a boutique in California.

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"I never imagined I would find a dress like this," she said. "I've been obsessed with this designer since I was an undergrad."

As soon as Abedy put on the Zuhair Murad gown, she started to cry.


The plan was for the boutique to make alterations and ship Abedy the gown. But it never arrived.

The online tracking for Abedy's dress showed it crisscrossed the country for nearly a month. It started out in California on Nov. 9, made its way to Virginia on Nov. 20 and then was declared lost. The record showed it then was shipped back to California, then to Maryland. Then, on Dec. 4, it was in Illinois.

Abedy estimates she spent two hours per day trying to track down the dress.

"I'd been getting the runaround," she said.

If UPS could find the dress in their Illinois facilities, she volunteered to fly out to get it herself.

"I'll go pick it up. I'll do your job for you," she said.


The good news is that Abedy got the $5,500 gown insured. The bad news is she said she can't find the same dress anywhere at this same sale price.

"I remain hopeful that I'll get it by my special day. We'll see," she said.

On Tuesday evening, after News4 called UPS, Abedy said she finally got the news she had been waiting for: she said a UPS manager apologized to her and said the dress would arrive in Virginia that night.

The manager promised to personally make sure the dress got to her as soon as possible and even offered to pay for any last-minute alterations. 

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On Wednesday morning, a UPS manager personally delivered the gown -- in a battered cardboard box -- to Abedy's parents' home in Fairfax. 

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mashaell Abedy
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<![CDATA[What Cuisine Does Anthony Bourdain Love in New England?]]> Tue, 05 Dec 2017 17:38:17 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/What_Cuisine_Does_Anthony_Bourdain_Love_in_New_England.jpg

Jackie Bruno sat down with Anthony Bourdain while he was shooting his online show, "Raw Craft," in New England.

<![CDATA[How to Pick the Perfect Christmas Tree]]> Sat, 02 Dec 2017 11:00:02 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Produce_Pete_Christmas_Trees.jpg

Produce Pete explains how to pick the perfect tree and how to care for it when you get home.

<![CDATA[Jane Fonda Parts Ways With Her Swanky Beverly Hills Pad]]> Fri, 01 Dec 2017 23:11:48 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/knbc-jane-fonda-beverly-hills-house-tn.jpg The two-time Oscar winner says she and her partner Richard Perry browsed through more than 30 houses before they purchased the two-story home in the celebrity-rich enclave of Trousdale Estates.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Marc Angeles - Unlimited Style Photography]]>
<![CDATA["Elf" Comes to Boston]]> Fri, 01 Dec 2017 17:30:01 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/214*120/_Elf__Comes_to_Boston.jpg

NBC's Jackie Bruno sat down with the stars of the show 'Elf,' coming to the stage in Boston this holiday season.

<![CDATA[Donuts With a Difference Takes Best Doughnut Tourney]]> Thu, 30 Nov 2017 18:11:27 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/BOST_000000010780538.JPG

We started with sixteen of the most beloved doughnut shops in the state. After four rounds of fierce competition, Donuts With a Difference in Medford has won “The Best Doughnut Shop in Massachusetts Tournament!"

<![CDATA[Rockefeller Center Tree Cam]]> Thu, 04 Jan 2018 09:00:24 -0500 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/rockefeller-tree-plaza-cam-1129.jpg

Watch a live feed of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree around the clock. And, if you missed it, check out some of the best photos from the lighting party below.

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