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BWH dinner at the Breakers

Dr. Betsy Nabel (left), Bryan Rafanelli, and Linda Eder at the annual Palm Beach Dinner.

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Dr. Betsy Nabel (left), Bryan Rafanelli, and Linda Eder at the annual Palm Beach Dinner.

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Brigham and Women’s Hospital held its annual Palm Beach Dinner this week at the Breakers, and the evening included a performance by singer
Linda Eder
, who made her Broadway debut in the musical “Jekyll & Hyde.” Her audience included BWH president Dr. Betsy Nabel, Partners HealthCare CEO Gary Gottlieb, dinner sponsors Karen and Chris Watkins, entertainment sponsors Andy and Janice Crowley, and party planner Bryan Rafanelli. . . . “M*A*S*H” actor Alan Alda had dinner the other night at Lucia Ristorante in Winchester. . . . Bruins forward Tyler Seguin was spied supping at Red Lantern. . . . Patriots owner Robert Kraft and players Deion Branch, Patrick Chung, and Stevan Ridley were among VIPs with tickets to Friday’s Celtics-Bulls game at TD Garden. We’re told Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish and ESPN’s Steve Levy were
also in the house.

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