Leonard Nimoy visits West End Museum for family film

West End Museum curator Duane Lucia with Leonard and Adam Nimoy at the museum. (West End Museum)
West End Museum curator Duane Lucia with Leonard and Adam Nimoy at the museum. (West End Museum)

Boston-bred actor Leonard Nimoy, who recently played a senior Spock in “Star Trek Into Darkness,” was at the West End Museum last week for a tour. He and his son, Adam , checked out neighborhood photographs by Jules Aarons (which are on display through Aug. 3) and brought cameras because they’re making a movie about their family history. We’re told that the elder Nimoy, who grew up in the West End, recognized his grandmother in one of the images.

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