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Celebrities spotted in and around town

From left: Robert Pinsky, John Murillo, and Michael Roberts, executive director of the Fine Arts Work Center.

Lisa Linnehan

From left: Robert Pinsky, John Murillo, and Michael Roberts, executive director of the Fine Arts Work Center.

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Poets Robert Pinsky and John Murillo were among the friends of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown who gathered at Boston’s ACME Fine Art for a benefit supporting FAWC’s Fellowship Program. . . . Blues Brother Dan Aykroyd did some carbo loading at dante the other night and used the visit to leave some of his Crystal Head Vodka with the restaurant’s mixologist Tom Tellier. . . . Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz celebrated his near-no-hitter with dinner at Empire in the Seaport District. . . . In town to play the Celtics, several members of the Indiana Pacers were at Fenway to see the Sox’ walk-off win. We’re told players Paul George, George Hill, and David West were there along with head coach Frank Vogel and associate head coach (and former Celtic) Brian Shaw. . . . A shout-out to Boston-based publisher Da Capo Press, which acquired the US rights to the autobiography of Beach Boy Brian Wilson.

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