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Sighting: The Rolling Stones do Chicago

The Rolling Stones wrapped up the last of their three shows at the United Center last week and are preparing for two shows this week in Boston, where it's a safe bet that the band members will try the local cuisine and kiss up to the crowd by lending their support to the Stanley Cup-bound Boston Bruins — but not before they checked out what Chicago had to offer and held up a Blackhawks jersey during their shows.

(The Blackhawks will face the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final beginning Wednesday, but you probably already knew that.)

Mick Jagger dined May 29 at French-Vietnamese restaurant Le Colonial, where he drank Chinese beer Tsingtao. Afterward, the nearly 70-year-old rocker was seen dancing at both Studio Paris (Paris Club's upstairs lounge) and Cuvee. Jagger tweeted a photo of himself the following day at what appears to be Nature Boardwalk at the Lincoln Park Zoo.

Keith Richards opted for dinner with his family May 29 at Mastro's Steakhouse. Fellow Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood was spotted shopping at Topman in the Gold Coast during the band's visit.

Speaking of sightings, there were a few bold names in the crowd during the Stones' Chicago shows. The Bears' Jay Cutler and his now-wife Kristin Cavallari ("The Hills") took in the May 28 show. "Leather pants, my Copertina shoe, and smokey eyes. Rolling Stones baby!!" Cavallari tweeted. Miles Teller ("21 and Over"), like Cavallari, posted a photo of himself at the May 28 show on Twitter. Teller is in town filming the sci-fi film "Divergent" and tweeted that he attended two of the Rolling Stones' shows in Chicago.

Heads up: The independent murder mystery "Precious Mettle," starring Paul Sorvino ("Goodfellas") and Fiona Dourif ("Curse of Chucky") is scheduled to film in Aurora and Naperville through June 23, including at Peanuts Bar & Grill and DiMonda Chiropractic in Naperville. The movie revolves around a retiring police commander who is dealing with a heroine-addicted daughter and the unsolved murder of his best friend. Todd Bridges ("Diff'rent Strokes") is also part of the cast.

About this week: Gwyneth Paltrow ("Iron Man") will be honored Saturday by the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago. … Andy Samberg's comedy rap trio, The Lonely Island, will take part in a Q&A Friday at Metro to promote its new album, "The Wack Album."

Sightings: The Blackhawks' Patrick Kane was given a standing ovation Saturday at Chicago Cut Steakhouse following his three-goal performance against the Los Angeles Kings, according to restaurant staff. Teammate Michael Frolik had dinner at Mastro's Steakhouse after the game. … Patrick Stewart ("X-Men") dined May 31 at Chicago Cut Steakhouse. … The Bulls' Derrick Rose was spotted Friday at RM Champagne Salon. … Teller dined Wednesday at Sunda. Fellow "Divergent" actors Theo James, Christian Madsen and Amy Newbold were on hand Saturday for the Blackhawks' win at the United Center. … Train guitarist Jimmy Stafford had lunch June 6 at Tavern on Rush. … Giuliana Rancic ordered coffee Friday at Sacred Grounds Bakery & Cafe at Water Tower Place mall. Fellow "E! News" personality Catt Sadler hosted the fashion-focused Simply Stylist series at the Dana Hotel and Spa Saturday and then dined at RPM Italian, which is co-owned by Rancic. Sadler dined Friday at Nellcote … The Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck had dinner May 31 at Gibsons Bar and Steakhouse.

lgomez@tribune.com

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