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SideTrack: Aly Raisman, LeAnn Rimes, Joey McIntyre and more...

March 26, 2017 GMT

RAIS THE ROOF: Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman and former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo were spotted at a Bruins game. Culpo is known to have business ties to the Hub: She’s working with the owners of Allston eatery Lulus to open a new restaurant called Back 40 in her home state of Rhode Island ...

I NEED FOOD: Singer LeAnn Rimes dined out at Doretta Taverna and Raw Bar Thursday. She noshed on spanikopita, harissa carrots, octopus, scallops with chickpea salad, Greek ice creams and sorbet. Doretta Chef Brendan Pelley, who made the Mediterranean meal for the star, snagged a pic with Rimes ...

THE KID’S ALL RIGHT: Needham’s Joey McIntyre is back on tour — but not with New Kids on the Block. The 44-year-old singer-turned-actor is promoting his new TV show, “Return of the Mac,” before it debuts next month on Pop TV. He plays a version of himself, along with his real-life family (children Griffin, 8, Rhys, 6, and Kira, 5, and wife Barrett Williams).

The comedy series follows McIntyre as he tries to be taken seriously as an actor, but reluctantly becomes a talk-show host at a small cable network. McIntyre’s doing a meet ’n’ greet in the next two weeks with fans in Philadelphia, New Jersey, Chicago and Georgia. The show premieres April 12 at 8:30 on Pop. Donnie Wahlberg and wife Jenny McCarthy are among the executive producers, and they also appear on the show.

SPORTSEN-CLOTHESN: New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe stopped by Harvard Square for an athletic store opening Thursday evening. Fjallraven, a Swedish company selling activewear and outdoor gear, held a get-together celebrating its new Cambridge location. Fjallraven North American president Nathan Dopp and VP Joe Prebich were also there ...

WHO’S A GOOD BOY? That would be Sarge, an epilepsy service dog who makes the rounds at Boston Medical Center. The Golden Lab is one of 15 premier pooches picked by Milk Bone to make this year’s list of Dogs Who Changed the World. Sarge has mad skills, calming hospital patients and rolling over for belly rubs. He’s a graduate of the Canine Assistants school and is owned by Dr. Georgia Montouris, director of Epilepsy Services at Boston Medical.