Celeb sighings include: Alan Cumming, Robert Pattinson, Raven-Symone

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Alan Cumming was in Chicago to promote his new memoir, “Not My Father’s Son.” | Brad Barket/Getty Images.

SEEN ON THE SCENE: While Alan Cummingwas in town for a book-signing at the Music Box Theatre for his new memoir, “Not My Father’s Son,” the Tony winner and “The Good Wife” star, later headed to Sidetrack in Boystown for “Musical Monday, before hanging out at Elixir with a bunch of pals. … The Chicago Fire’s Lovel Palmer was spotted at Rockit Bar & Grill Monday night. … While in town, Raven-Symone dined at Ramen-san’s special Pac-Man table (the eatery’s only table featuring an actual game underneath the see-through tabletop). … Fans of TV personality and fashion designer Whitney Port spied her checking out the new RPM Steak. … WGN morning show anchor Larry Potash made the scene at Harry Caray’s on Kinzie, while the Chicago Wolves’ GM Wendell Young dined at the Harry Caray’s in Rosemont, where separately the Wolves coach John Anderson was also dining. … You can imagine the reaction when “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson popped into L. Woods Tap & Pine Lodge in Lincolnwood the other day — seen lunching with a group of four buddies, and happily posing for photos with fans. … Legendary Chicago Bear Doug Buffone dined at Hubbard Inn with his wife, Dana, and was overheard predicting his former team’s current regular season will end up at 8 and 8. … Detroit rapper Big Sean got his Chicago stuffed pizza fix at Giordano’s Prudential Building location adjacent to Millennium Park. … Supermodel Christy Turlington stayed at Public Chicago, while in town last weekend to run the Chicago Marathon. … Also at the Public’s iconic Pump Room, the rap star Naz was sighted. Ditto for Kathleen Turner, seen hosting Liv Ullman and Taylor Hackford — while all were here for the Chicago International Film Festival’s big 50th anniversary events. … Speaking of the festival, CIFF founder and artistic director Michael Kutza was joined by Turner and a group of his other festival jury members, for a working dinner in Gibsons private dining room.

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