Yes, Soup for You!
Years after Seinfeld put soup man
Al Yeganeh on the map, The Original SoupMan has opened a second location. Yankee
legend Reggie Jackson
cut the ceremonial ribbon
at the store opening on
38th Street in New York on
In honor of the iconic
Seinfeld episode that
started it all, customers with
the names Kramer, Elaine,
Spike, George and Jerry
were treated to a free bowl
of soup on opening day.
The purveyors of fine
soups teamed up with Tim
Hortons to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience, as
the 38th Street store location is The Original
Top: Yankee great Reggie
Jackson fixes himself a bowl
of soup. Above: Soup lovers
line up to sample the new
SoupMan’s first co-branded franchise with
the Candian coffee and doughnuts shop.
The Original SoupMan at
38th Street and Sixth Avenue
in New York.
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In September, Philadelphia’s National
previewed its current e xhibit, “Art
and the American
300 artworks created
by U.S. soldiers in the
field, from World War
I to today’s war in
Afghanistan. On view
through Jan. 10.
Top to bottom: Jonathan Goldman and
soldier/artist Master Sgt. Martin Cervantez;
National Constitution Center President
and CEO David Eisner welcomes guests;
Vietnam veteran and soldier/artist Robert
Knight and his wife, Donna, stand before
his painting, Night Convoy.
At the Corner of
Arlington and Newbury