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Neil Gaiman and his daughter visit Harvard

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Fantasy man Neil Gaiman took his daughter Maddy to see Harvard over the weekend. The “American Gods’’ author dined at Russell House Tavern and thanked chef Michael Scelfo on Twitter for the tasty meal. . . . “Grey’s Anatomy’’ actress Sandra Oh had a Caesar salad at Legal C Bar at Logan yesterday.

Sarah Rodman of the Globe staff contributed. Read the Names blog at www.boston.com/namesblog. Names can be reached at names@globe.com or at 617-929-8253.
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