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As we've been on a Sopranos-viewing kick lately, working our way through the seasons on DVD, the headline news about the arrest of a New England mob underboss nicknamed named "Big Cheese" was like an episode come to life.
Carrying a wad of 100s and 50s as fat as a ball of mozzarella, Carmen Salvatore DiNunzio was busted by state police yesterday in the North End near the spot where the alleged Boston Mafia kingpin runs a cheese shop, authorities said.
This Herald has started a gallery of coverage. This pic gives you an idea how he got the nickname "Big Cheese."