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Hey, Isn't That . . . ?

LeBron James (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
  • LeBron James rolling up to Founding Farmers in Foggy Bottom in a stretch limo Wednesday -- no reservation but no problem getting tables for a party of 12, including D.C.-born teammate Delonte West, that grew to 20 as the ladies arrived. The Cavs star: Black T-shirt ("LeBron" in gold), black jeans, black-and-gold shades. Didn't imbibe with the others, sticking to the chicken, potatoes, green beans, red velvet cake. Later dropped by The Park and Josephine nightclubs.

  • Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa having a low-key dinner with their teenage daughter at Clyde's of Georgetown on Tuesday night. Cheeseburgers, veggie chili, beer for the grown-ups, an autograph for the waitress.

  • Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman walking into the Connecticut Avenue Morton's under a shared umbrella Wednesday. Stayed for dinner, later joined by a group of suits. He and the cast of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" were here for the big cable trade show and a visit to Walter Reed.

  • Rupert Murdoch dining with a flock of House Republicans -- Eric Cantor, Cathy McMorris, Tom Price, Adam Putnam -- at CityZen on Wednesday.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  April 3, 2009; 1:01 AM ET
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    Who wears a T-shirt with his own name on it? LeBron, of course, he of the commercial in which he plays three fictional members of his own family. The man's ego hath overreached his accomplishments thus far.

    Posted by: Lindemann777 | April 3, 2009 8:46 AM | Report abuse

    Black t-shirt with his own name emblazoned in gold letters (in case no one recognizes him, or in case hé's found drunk on the street and needs to be returned home?), and black and sold sunglasses? Money does not necessarily lead to good taste/fashion sense. Wonder if he'll still be wearing these clothes in several years, when he's no longer a famous ballplayer. A great role model!

    Posted by: Sutter | April 3, 2009 11:58 AM | Report abuse

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