SEEN ON THE SCENE: Cast members of both popular, Chicago-made NBC series, “Chicago PD” and “Chicago Fire,” were on hand the other night at 25 Degrees to support the 100 Club of Chicago — helping raise funds for that great organization which supports the families of Chicago’s fallen first responders. Those on hand from the two shows included Stella Maeve, Eamonn Walker, Jesse Spencer, Randy Flagler, David Eigenberg and Tony Ferraris. … Fans of Dr. Drew Pinsky, star of the HLN show, “Dr. Drew on Call,” were happy to see the addiction expert enjoying a fun night out at the River North tiki bar, Three Dots and a Dash. … Rick Sutcliffe was spotted enjoying dinner at Paris Club Bistro & Bar Saturday night. … In town for their gig at City Winery, The Bangles dropped by P.J. Clarke’s Saturday. … After E! News’ Catt Sadler hosted the second annual “Simply Stylist” fashion and beauty conference at the Dana Hotel & Spa, she headed first to Nellcote and then to the Underground for dining and dancing. … Cubs pitcher James Russell was spied at Tavern on Rush. … After Friday’s game against the Cubs, the Cardinals’ Jon Jay was seen having dinner at Mastro’s steakery. … Cody Sattler (“The Bachelorette,” upcoming “Bachelor in Paradise”) was in the area to help out the All Smiles Dental team at the children’s game event of the 54th annual Algonquin Founders’ Day Festival. … The Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo was seen getting his bbq-fix, chowing down on a slew of ribs at Chicago Q. … Undefeated light heavyweight champ and Chicago-area native Mike Lee was seen eating healthy at Lyfe Kitchen in on North Clark. … Current and former Bears Jermon Bushrod, Matt Forte, Anthony Adams, Charles “Peanut” Tillman and Jerry Azumah were seen hanging out at the I/O Urban Roofscape at the Godrey Hotel. … Chicagoan Ron Chez, executive producer of Woody Allen’s just-opening “Magic in the Moonlight” — as well as the Oscar winner’s next three films, dined at Gibsons on Rush the other night. A historical footnote: Allen regularly brought his standup comedy act to the Mr. Kelly’s nightclub in the 1960s — located on the same site as today’s Gibsons steakhouse. … After throwing out the ceremonial first pitch — and singing the 7th inning stretch at Friday’s Cubs-Cards “Jack Brickhouse bobblehead day” at Wrigley Field, Jack’s widow Pat Brickhouse headed downtown to the Hubbard Inn to continue the celebration, saying she was “totally overwhelmed by all the people who came up to me from the moment I got out of the car, onto into the evening,” to wish her well.