“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.