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Roger Daltrey spied at the Four Seasons in Boston

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The Who frontman Roger Daltrey was spied wandering through the lobby of the Four Seasons Friday. . . . Senator John Kerry and his wife,
Teresa Heinz Kerry, had dinner at Lydia Shire’s Scampo the other night, feasting on a few of their favorite pasta dishes. . . . Author Jodi Picoult , who was just at Brookline Booksmith with her “Between the Lines” co-
author (and daughter) Samantha van Leer , clearly enjoys the finer things in life. “How did Sammy & I celebrate being authors of a #1 book?” Picoult tweeted. “Cannoli + Oreo Cheesecake from Mike’s Pastry in Boston. #sofull #canstomachs
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