Star sightings: ‘Book of Mormon’ at Wrigley; Arianna Huffington

SHARE Star sightings: ‘Book of Mormon’ at Wrigley; Arianna Huffington
SHARE Star sightings: ‘Book of Mormon’ at Wrigley; Arianna Huffington

SEEN ON THE SCENE: There was some theatrical star power at Wrigley Field Monday night when “The Book of Mormon” stars David Larsen (who plays Elder Price) and Cody Jamison Strand (Elder Cunningham) showed up at the Friendly Confines. Larsen sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Cubs game, and then both actors led the crowd for the Seventh Inning Stretch. … Media mogul Arianna Huffington whisked through town Monday — grabbing a quick lunch with pals at Cafe Spiaggia on Boul Mich, while here promoting her new “Thrive” book. … Newly acquired Bears wide receiver and return specialist Eddie Royal was spied dining at Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse in River North, while his new teammate Jimmy Clausen made the seen at Bub City, where “Windy City Live’s” Ryan Chiaverini was also sighted. … Other Harry Caray’s on Kinzie sightings recently have included the Bulls’ Jimmy Butler, posing for photos with fans; and two of the late Harry’s old Cub broadcast partners, former Cub and current Sox announcer Steve Stone, and (separately) Thom Brennaman, now the TV play-by-play guy for the Reds, in town for the Cubs-Cincinnati game. … Fans of Manny Ramirez were delighted to see the veteran ballplayer and coach breakfasting on a kale-banana smootie at LYFE Kitchen’s River North location on Tax Day Wednesday. … Mr. T was spotted while stopping at The Wit Hotel and dining at its State and Lake Chicago Tavern, while Food Network star Alton Brown was seen with a friend drinking Manhattans at The Wit’s bar on Tuesday night.


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