HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Let's take a look at some of the Good Things in the news..
A lot of fishermen have a story of the one that got away. Well this one didn't. A St. Louis man and his wife were fishing in the rain on the Missouri river when they hauled in this 130-pound catfish. It's a state record and they are waiting to hear back from the Guinness Book of Records. The lucky anglers say they are talking with a fishing supply company to see if they want to have it mounted in their store.
Fans of the sitcom "Seinfeld" are lining up for.. soup! That's right, the soup man, also known as the "Soup Nazi" is back in business. He was one of Seinfeld's most memorable characters. He was named the "Soup Nazi" because of his strict rules on how his customers had to order his soup. The character on television was inspired by a real soup chef, Al Yeganeh. Al has just reopened his original location at 55th and Eighth Avenue in New York City.
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