Herasport.com founder Liz Vagianos modeling her Patriot-ic Super Bowl outfit.
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Posted: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Liz Vagianos, who created the women’s sports website herasport.com, making her most important call of the Super Bowl — what she’s going to wear. (A Patriotic blue Hera Scarf handmade by Canton knitwear designer Monika Ramizi (monikaramizi.com), a red belt, blue skinny jeans, red hightops and a blue and red Patriots cap) … Mintz Levin legal eagle Jeff Robbins at the Lincoln Center in NYC moderating a discussion on tolerance with panelists Rabbi Peter Rubinstein; the Rev. Matt Malone S.J., editor-in-chief of America magazine; David Van Biema, former chief religion editor at Time magazine; Rich McCoy of Queens College; and Sr. Danielle Dwyer from the Elements Theatre Company, following a performance by the Cape Cod theatre troupe featuring scenes from “The Merchant of Venice” … Southie scribe Michael Patrick MacDonald; Brian Doherty, head of the Boston Building Trades Union; playwright Ronan Noone; Mayor Marty Walsh’s go-to gal Joyce Linehan, and director Campbell Scott taking in the opening night of the Huntington Theatre Company’s “The Second Girl” … New York Police Comish Bill Bratton, telling a pack of power brokers — including some of his Boston pals — that the Big Apple transit system is one of the safest in the nation with 7 million riders and only four crimes per day. (“You have a better chance of hitting the Mass. Lottery than being robbed on the New York City transit system,” the ex-Boston Police Commissioner said) …
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