Stars around town: Lady Gaga, Bobby Hull, Torrey DeVitto

SHARE Stars around town: Lady Gaga, Bobby Hull, Torrey DeVitto

Taylor Kinney and fiance Lady Gaga at the Polar Plunge — among the celebs spied around town this week. | Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

SEEN ON THE SCENE: Even when she dresses down, fans often spot part-time Chicago resident Lady Gaga — who heads here to join fiance Taylor Kinney. The music superstar and the “Chicago Fire” actor were seen dining at RPM Steak with Paul Blair, best known as DJ White Shadow.


Look for an upcoming PETA campaign to star “Chicago Med” mainstay Torrey DeVitto. In it, the actress — transformed (somewhat) into a reptilian look — asks “Whose skin are you in?” and encourages fans to “wear fake snake and mock croc” and to “wear vegan.” …

Over at STK Chicago, Chance the Rapper spent Friday night hanging out with his sister and a posse of pals. The Hawks’ Andrew Ladd and Duncan Keith also dined at the steakery Friday night with friends. Their group enjoyed tuna tartare, beef tartare and chopped salad. Keith enjoyed the branzino and Ladd had the ribeye. …

The Blackhawks’ Hall of Fame legend Bobby Hull and former teammate Gerry Pinder dined Saturday night at Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch at Water Tower Place with Pinder’s two sons. After dinner the duo surprised fans across the hall at the Chicago Sports Museum by taking pictures, signing autographs and letting fans try on Hull’s Stanley Cup Championship ring. …

Rap star Warren G dined at Hubbard Inn and raved about the tuna tartare and octopus tacos. He also performed at Parliament Chicago on Saturday with an intimate set, entertaining the crowd with his biggest hits, including his debut hit single, “Regulate,” in which he also paid special tribute to his longtime musical partner, Nate Dogg.

The Latest
The teenager was shot in the 6300 block of South Nashville Avenue, police said.
The nonviolence center, located in the Center of Englewood community building, will provide holistic approaches to nonviolence and peace through meditation and yoga classes, counseling and basketball programming.
Chemicals commonly known as PFAS are tied to cancer and other health conditions.
The labor dispute hits during a busy time on the West Side arena’s calendar, with a strike potentially affecting 700 employees.
The nonprofit organization that owns the publication has hired Solomon Liberman to succeed Tracy Baim, who said last summer she wanted to step down.