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Seth Meyers in town for JCC benefit

Evan McGlinn for The Boston Globe

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New Hampshire-bred “Saturday Night Live” newsman Seth Meyers (at right) was in Boston on Sunday evening to appear at the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston’s 9th Annual Winter Benefit at the InterContinental. We’re told that Meyers brought his parents to the event. Meyers didn’t let the festivities interfere with his Sunday sports. He tweeted about football before and after the event, making comments such as, “Good for you, Charlie Batch! You are an old football player and I am older than you!” (Steelers QB Batch is 37, Meyers is 38.)

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