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Keeping up with the Wahlbergs around Boston

Mark Wahlberg greets Patriot Patrick Chung at the TD Garden.

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Mark Wahlberg greets Patriot Patrick Chung at the TD Garden.

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Celtics fan Mark Wahlberg and his wife, Rhea Durham, were at the TD Garden on Saturday night to watch the Celtics beat the 76ers. Wahlberg sat courtside during the game and mingled with locals, including Patriot Patrick Chung. (He also took advantage of his high-profile seat by holding up a sweatshirt that advertised his Boston movie “Ted,” which comes out on DVD on Tuesday.) . . . Mark’s brother Donnie was also out on the town Saturday night. He was spotted at the Emerald Lounge at the Revere Hotel with friends who we’re told are involved with his TNT reality show, “Boston’s Finest.”

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