Celebrities spotted in and around Boston


Patriots personalities Zoltan Mesko (above), Eric Kettani, Paul Francisco, and Max Lane participated in the New England Kids Triathlon with 600 youngsters over the weekend at MIT. . . . Patriot Jerod Mayo was at Fenway Park on Saturday. Former Pats star Craig James was there Sunday. . . . Singer and TV personality Aubrey O’Day, who’s becoming a regular in town, tweeted from Cape Cod over the weekend with her pal (and Revere Hotel spokesguy) Bryan Barbieri. O’Day, apparently a Sox fan, boldly wrote Sunday: “We need to get rid of Bobby Valentine.” . . . WFNX’s last song Friday night was “Let’s Go to Bed” by the Cure. Fenway music man TJ Connelly marked the end of an era by playing it at the park. . . . Former Celtic Ray Allen celebrated his birthday Friday at the MGM Grand nightclub Shrine. . . . Event planner Bryan Rafanelli marked his 50th on the Cape this weekend.

Great, Scott

“These golf jokes are great, keep em coming.” - Adam Scott, in a tweet from the “Parks & Recreation” actor, who got plenty of attention on Twitter on Sunday as another Adam Scott — the Australian golfer — lost the British Open.

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