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Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd and linebacker Bobby Carpenter (who was recently cut by the team) watched the Celtics’ season-opening loss to the Heat Tuesday night while dining at Towne Stove and Spirits. . . . Celts owner Wyc Grousbeck, Peter Meade, Bob Beal, and Mass. Eye and Ear CEO John Fernandez gathered in Mission Hill Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the hospital’s new surgical and outpatient center. . . . Sox slugger David Ortiz and his family bowled a few strings at Kings Dedham the other night. . . . Fidelity’s Peter Lynch and his wife, Carolyn, were honored for their multimillion-dollar contributions to the Posse Foundation, a college access and youth leadership development program. . . . Bruins forward Milan Lucic and pregnant wife Brittany were strolling hand-in-hand down Newbury Street Wednesday.

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