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Pats QB Tom Brady wore some serious hipster glasses when he sat courtside by the Lakers during Sunday’s Celtics game. No word on which team he was rooting for. Also at the Staples Center were Tobey Maguire and Seal. . . . Actor Richard Gere dined with a big group at Legal Sea Foods in the Prudential Center over the weekend. . . . Comedian Sinbad, who was in town for a show at the Wilbur Theatre, had a meal at Red Lantern.

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