Overbrook native actor Seth Green and mom Barbara had lunch at Fitzwater Cafe (728 S. 7th) yesterday . . . Ardmore native "Office" actress Kate Flannery shopped the Lilly Pulitzer store in Suburban Square . . . Comedian Dom Irrera, who plays Helium (2031 Sansom) this week, stopped by Saloon (750 S. 7th) for a quick lunch yesterday . . . Shawn Stockman is in town from Los Angeles recording with Boyz II Men and stopped by the new home of Mitchell & Ness (12th & Chestnut) yesterday afternoon to pick up some Sixers gear . . . Delaware native actor Ryan Phillippe and his kids stopped by yesterday afternoon at Art in the Age (116 N. 3rd), where Phillippe picked up two T-shirts and a leather bracelet. Earlier he stopped by for a tour of the Eagles' NovaCare Complex. . . Musician Ben Harper, who recently announced his split from actress wife Laura Dern, was zipping around on a motorized scooter at the Franklin Institute and along the Parkway over the weekend while in town playing with Fistful of Mercy at Temple . . . Comedian George Lopez, his manager, security and some ladies partied into the wee hours Saturday at Zee Bar (100 Spring Garden).
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