Star sightings: Paul Konerko, Derrick Rose, LeBron James, Tyson Beckford

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Paul Konerko waits to be introduced at special tribute at U.S. Cellular Field Saturday. | Brian Kersey/Getty Images

SEEN ON THE SCENE: After that huge, touching tribute Saturday to Paul Konerko at The Cell, the retiring Sox player was seen continuing the celebration at Drumbar atop the Rafaello Hotel in Streeterville with family, friends and teammates. … Derrick Rose got his pizza fix at Giordano’s in Oak Brook, joined by his son P.J. and the boy’s mom, Mieka Reese.LeBron James and his wife, Savannah Brinson, chose Spiaggia Lounge on the Gold Coast to celebrate their one-year anniversary. … While in town late last week to boost his upcoming “Addicted” film with Boris Kodjoe, actor and model Tyson Beckford was seen dining at Nellcote in the West Loop, plus hanging out at the barat David Burke’s Primehouse in the James Hotel. … “Chicago Fire” star Joe Minoso was toasted on his birthday at RM Champagne Salon, joined by castmates Taylor Kinney, Jesse Spencer and Charlie Barnett. … Max Sound’s Jimmy Place, “Windy City Live” co-host Ryan Chiaverini, director Brett Leonard and bestselling author and “The Walking Dead” writer Jay Bonansinga were on hand for the Michael Group Studios party for the upcoming “Mr. Chicago” film — a true 1960s to ’80s story about gangsters and politicians, set to be shot here. Oliver Stone’s son, Sean Stone, has been cast as the lead in the picture, which will use associate producer Place’s Max Sound for the soundtrack. … Nick Carter and Jordan Knight hosted a brunch at the Pump Room Saturday. The duo recently released their “Nick & Knight” album and are on tour until November.

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