Celebrity sightings include Jenny McCarthy, Michael Jordan, Robin Thicke

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Sun-Times Splash columnist and upcoming new co-host of “The View” Jenny McCarthy stopped in at the bar at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse — just missing the eatery’s Bulls legend namesake lunching there. … To kickoff the opening of the James Chicago Hotel’s 70’s-themed new Jimmy cocktail lounge, partners Larry Poston, David Rabin and Johnny Swet hosted a screening of “Lovelace” — the new film about the 1970s porn icon — with a post-screening Q&A with the movie’s screenwriter Andy Bellin, moderated by Kelli Zink. … Joe’s Stone Crab continues to be a pro-jock magnet as the Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright, Matt Holliday and Shelby Miller dined there while in town to play the Cubs. … Sunda sightings the past few days included Robin Thicke, ex-Bear Tom Thayer and The Mix morning man Eric Ferguson. … Fans of the Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo were happy to see him at the Underground. … Veteran Chicago politico Ed Kelly celebrated his Friday birthday with a small group of pals at the Chicago Brauhaus on Lincoln Ave. — with owner Harry Kempf both serving them and leading a stirring rendition of “God Bless America.”

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