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There were a few Boston nabobs in the crowd at Tuesday’s second presidential debate on Long Island, including Linda Whitlock, former Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston CEO, party planner Bryan Rafanelli, Paul Foster of the Massachusetts Sports & Entertainment Commission, New Balance’s Matt LeBretton, Partnership president Carol Fulp, and publicist George Regan. . . . Comedian George Lopez stopped into Legal C Bar at Logan. . . . Actor Michael Keaton, in town shooting “Clear History” with Larry David, had lunch at chef Michael Leviton’s Technology Square restaurant Area Four on Wednesday, ordering the butternut squash soup.

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