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John Travolta was set to film more of “The Forger” on Harrison Street on Tuesday. . . . HBO warned South Boston residents that the miniseries “Olive Kitteridge,” which stars Frances McDormand , would be filming on West Broadway on Tuesday evening. . . . Locally bred comedian Bill Burr was spotted at Stephanie’s on Newbury Street. . . . Chef Lydia Shire of Scampo and Towne celebrated her birthday at the Head of the Charles over the weekend with pals including Holly Safford , owner of The Catered Affair, and friends from The Lenox Hotel, who gave her a cake under their tent.

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