"So many of you are so sad, but don't worry. Let's just say it's not the last time you'll see me on the show."
--Joey Rozmus, a 22-year-old tattooed rocker from Methuen and guitarist with the band Late Nite Wars, tweets about getting the boot from "Real World: Cancun" after flaking on the job with Student City.
“One of her best qualities in life was she said it like it was. She didn’t sugarcoat.”
--Chef Ming Tsai of Wellesley's Blue Ginger says Meryl Streep's portrayal of Julia Child in the film "Julie & Julia" captured the food icon's quick wit and ability to tell it like it is.
"I went to a French restaurant in Boston, and I couldn't believe it. I wondered what was wrong with my home that I knew nothing of these things."
--"Julie & Julia" filmmaker Nora Ephron dishes on how she discovered French food during her stint at Wellesley.
“As always, I’m happy for Mark and proud of Mark."
--Donnie Wahlberg, in town getting a cortisone shot for a herniated disc at New England Baptist Hospital and slotted to appear in the made-in-Boston flick "The Zookeeper," says he's happy that his brother Mark Wahlberg married longtime girlfriend Rhea Durham in Los Angeles.
“I thought I was a boy till I was 8 years old and my dad would bring me to games if I could, you know, hang out with the boys."
--Eliza Dushku, a Watertown native and star of the made-in-Boston film "Valediction," spills to the Television Critics Association that she would go potty in the men's urinals at Fenway Park.