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Ed Helms joins family and friends at MFA

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Actor Ed Helms dropped by the Museum of Fine Arts this week. A friend of ours bumped into Helms, who was perfectly nice but rather circumspect, saying only that he was visiting the MFA with family and friends for the holidays. Helms (inset), who’s currently filming “The Hangover III,” had lunch in the museum’s New American Café before leaving. . . . Overlooked in much of the breathless coverage of Tom Cruise’s alleged new sweetheart is her bio. Before moving to the Big Apple, where she manages the lower East Side restaurant Beauty & Essex, Cynthia Jorge attended Boston University. She graduated with a degree in communications in 2008.

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