Celeb sightings include 'Breaking Bad' star Bob Odenkirk —plus a slew of Bears & Hawks

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Comedian and “Breaking Bad” star Bob Odenkirk was seen dining on the patio at Kanela Breakfast Club in Old Town — ditto for comedian Brian Posen the same day. … Among the Stanley Cup’s return visit to Our Town, was a sighting at The Pony in Lakeview, joined by a number of Hawks players. … Ed Weeks, AKA Dr. Jeremy Reed on “The Mindy Project,” dined at Sunda Tuesday night, while in town promoting the second season of his sitcom. … The Bears’ Brandon Marshall was spotting grabbing some “Joe’s To Go” from Joe’s Stone Crab, while actor/rapper Common was spied dining in at the popular eatery. … Moviegoers were delighted to spot George Lucas and wife, Mellody Hobson, catching “Rush” at the AMC River North — especially since Formula One fan Lucas reportedly “planted the seed” with director Ron Howard to make the movie, as well as with screenwriter Peter Morgan (“The Queen,” “Frost/Nixon”). … After Tuesday’s Hawks game, Jonathan Toews relaxed at Mastro’s with his family. … During the football season, Municipal Bar + Dining Company in River North will bring a Bears player in every week to host a “Monday Night Football” event. Strong safety Major Wright kicked things off this past Monday.

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