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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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