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Posted at 8:00 PM ET, 12/ 7/2010

Hey, isn't that...?: Roger Clemens, Paul McCartney

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Roger Clemens, in happier times. (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

  • Roger Clemens bear-hugging his lawyer at the Willard Hotel Tuesday. The baseball great (white baseball hat with brim pulled down, khaki pants, brown leather jacket, sneakers) embraced his lawyer Rusty Hardin in the lobby, then headed to the elevator. Apparently in town for another appearance in federal court.


    Paul, with girlfriend Nancy Shevell, at Kennedy Center (Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Paul McCartney passing through a dance performance at the Corcoran Sunday afternoon. Just hours before the Kennedy Center Honors, he and his entourage dropped by the Spencer Finch exhibition, where the Dana Tai Soon Burgess company was performing a site-specific piece in the rotunda. McCartney was very polite; but his handler saw a staffer snapping pictures on her phone -- then took it and erased the pictures.
  • By The Reliable Source  | December 7, 2010; 8:00 PM ET
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