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Jonathan 'The Greek Mystique' Sarhanis Jonathan "The Greek Mystique" Sarhanis
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / September 13, 2011

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A local reality check: James DiSaba- tino and his Cleveland Circle-based Roxy’s Grilled Cheese truck have made it to the final three on the Food Network’s “Great Food Truck Race.’’ The local sandwich chefs just have to beat out California’s the Lime Truck and Cleveland’s Hodge Podge to win. Meanwhile, the pride of Barnstable High School - Jonathan “The Greek Mystique’’ Sarhanis (above) got kicked off “Ton of Cash,’’ a VH1 program that challenges eccentrics to haul loads of money from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Sarhanis was eliminated last week, but a clip of him yelling an aggressive farewell to his competitors has appeared on “The Soup’’ and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,’’ and has been played more than 600,000 times on YouTube.