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Gandolfini mourned in NJ's 'Sopranos' towns

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ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) — A bag of uncooked ziti in the driveway, a "reserved" sign at the ice cream parlor booth where the series abruptly ended, and a framed photo at a strip club were among the tributes paid to James Gandolfini in the northern New Jersey communities where his TV character Tony Soprano lived, loved and whacked people. The star of the HBO series about a mob boss with anxiety...

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