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Maurice Hines at the Museum of African American HIstory.

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Maurice Hines at the Museum of African American HIstory.

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Maurice Hines, who’s in town performing “Tappin Thru Life: An Evening With Maurice Hines” at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, spoke the other night at the Museum of African American History. Hines is the brother of acclaimed tap dancer Gregory Hines. . . . Meanwhile, at its annual gala, the museum honored actress-playwright Anna Deavere Smith with its Living Legend Award. . . . Newbury Street stylists Patrice Vinci, Dean Mellen, Desi, Roberto Echevarria, Keisha Galloway, and Alexandra Ellis set up shop this week at the Ritz Carlton in New York to style the stars at the NBC Upfronts. Getting their glam on were Minnie Driver, Sean Hayes, Dermot Mulroney, Megan Boone, and Betsy Brant, who plays Michael J. Fox’s wife in “The Michael J. Fox Show.” . . . British Prime Minister David Cameron dined at Legal Sea Foods Long Wharf location, while Celtic Jeff Green was spied lunching at Legal Harborside.

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