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Hey, isn't that...?: Bill Pullman picking up the tab at Franklin's; Wolfgang Puck and Wolf Blitzer dining at the Source


Bill Pullman, 2010 (AP/Chris Pizzello)

Hey, isn't that...?

  • Bill Pullman picking up the check for a dinner party of eight or so at Franklin's in Hyattsville on Sunday night. Dark blazer. Great hair. Two beers with his shrimp penne. And a nice guy -- the ubiquitous supporting actor drew a little cartoon for the busboy who dared to ask if he was who he thought he was. Turns out his wife, Tamara Pullman, is part of the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange troupe that premiered "The Matter of Origins" at the University of Maryland last weekend.
  • Wolfgang Puck dining at his own restaurant, the Source, Sunday night with...Wolf Blitzer. Also other VIPs (Gloria Borger, UAE Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba) celebrating the fact that the celeb chef was in town, but apparently the Wolves had always wanted to meet.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  September 14, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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    Comments

    Alright, a celebrity sighting! The Hyattsville Arts District / Urban Edge area is officially a hip neighborhood now.

    Up till now, the most famous person I've seen around here is Dennis Kucinich and his wife (I work at the Community Forklift Thrift Store for Home Improvement, and they stopped in a year or two ago to check out the the architectural salvage. She's quite beautiful and gracious).

    Posted by: sweettreehugger | September 14, 2010 2:35 PM | Report abuse

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