Celeb sightings include Terrence Howard, ‘Parks and Rec’ stars

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Rosebud on Rush manager Nick Lombardo welcomes Terrence Howard to the Gold Coast restaurant.

SEEN ON THE SCENE: Actor and Chicago native Terrence Howard has become quite the regular at Rosebud on Rush, telling the staff he’s officially become a Chicago resident again. That’s because the Oscar nominee is in town filming “Empire,” the Fox mid-season replacement series. … Speaking of TV, while here taping an episode for “Parks and Recreation,” Aziz Ansari was spotted hanging out at the Primehouse Bar at David Burke’s Primehouse, while castmate Chris Pratt — whose “Guardians of the Galaxy” has been boffo at the box office — was seen nearby having drinks at Jimmy, also located at the James Hotel. … It was sports fan heaven Friday night at Hubbard Inn as Ozzie Guillen, Carlos Zambrano, Jermaine Dye, Ryan Dempster, Jon Garland, Lee Smith, “Hell’s Kitchen” runner-up Brian Merel and ex-NFL’ers and Bears players Donnell Wollford and Lemuel Stinson were on hand for a pre-event for the Larry Pogofsky Memorial Softball Charity Game. … Ex-NFL running back Eric Dickerson was spied chowing down on a crab leg dinner with Hall of Famer Richard Dent at Harry Caray’s in Rosemont. … The Bulls’ Joakim Noah was seen making the scene at Parliament over the weekend.

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