Pitchfolk musicians party-on — all over town

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Not surprisingly, a number of Pitchfork artists were spied around town after playing the festival this weekend. A fun sighting at Nellcote was when Annie Clark of St. Vincent ran into “Saturday Night Live” mainstay Aidy Bryant — reminiscing about St. Vincent’s recent performance on SNL. … Also spotted at Nellcote were Avey Tares of Animal Collective, Wild Beasts, Neneh Cherry and Empress Of. … Electro/indie pop band Majical Cloudz got a sneak peek at the soon-to-open Logan Square juice bar Owen + Alchemy’s new juices — seen sipping happily at the Hard Rock Hotel. … Sandra Oh and Raul Castillo, finishing their run in “Death and the Maiden” at Victory Garden, slipped into RM Champagne Salon with a quiet dinner. … Bears rookie Ka’Deem Carey was spotted chatting with guests at Chicago Gateway Green’s annual “Gaming for Green” party at Galleria Marchetti. … Mark Ruffalo dined at the Pump Room the other night. …The Saints’ Pierre Thomas checked out the new River North eatery Bohemian House on West Illinois. … John Rich of the country duo Big & Rich — who headlined the Festival of the Lakes in Hammond — was spotted in Chicago, partying at the Original Mother’s on Division Street. … “Chicago PD” star Jon Seda dropped by P.J. Clarke’s Saturday to hang out with boxing promoter Bobby Hitz, who recently took over the ownership of the popular Gold Coast tavern.

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