Zach Braff draws a crowd on behalf of Elizabeth Warren

Actor/director Zach Braff, right, hams it up for Clark University students Allie Bunch, left, and Lizzy Severson before taking the stage to encourage Clark students to get involved in Elizabeth Warren's senate campaign. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE
Actor/director Zach Braff, right, hams it up for Clark University students Allie Bunch, left, and Lizzy Severson before taking the stage to encourage Clark students to get involved in Elizabeth Warren's senate campaign. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBECredit:

“Scrubs” star Zach Braff was at Clark University in Worcester over the weekend to stump for Democratic senate candidate Elizabeth Warren. The actor-director drew an enthusiastic crowd that included a lot of women who may or may not have been attracted by his politics. Just sayin’. . . . Before arriving in Boston Sunday to perform for the Dalai Lama, singer James Taylor spent the week in the battleground state of North Carolina campaigning for President Obama. . . . Supermodel and former talk show host Tyra Banks had brunch at Lydia Shire’s Towne Stove and Spirits Saturday. . . . Actress Camryn Manheim dropped by SoWa Vintage Market to browse before leaving Boston, where she had been filming “The Makeover” with Julia Stiles. . . . Chef Barbara Lynch enjoyed the Huntington Theatre’s production of playwright David Lindsay-Abaire’s Southie-inspired “Good People” so much she invited the cast for lunch at her restaurant Butcher Shop. Lynch, a South Boston native, prepared spicy tomato soup, a charcuterie plate, roasted vegetables, orecchiette, homemade hot dogs and potato chips, and chocolate mousse. . . . English soul singer Joss Stone, who performs at the House of Blues Monday, had lunch at Cafeteria on Newbury Street Sunday.

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