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By KIM PEIFFER
|  Monday, Nov 30, 2009  |  Updated 1:48 PM CDT
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Pete Wentz popped through town for Turkey Day minus his wife and kid.

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For most celebs, the holiday weekend was about flying home to be with the ones they love. And Chicago just happens to be “home” for Fallout Boy Pete Wentz and Melrose Place’s Colin Egglesfield, who were both in town for Thanksgiving.

Pete arrived earlier in the week, sans wife Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and baby Bronx. He partied at the 44th Ward last week, indulging in the bar’s famous grilled cheese sandwiches while showing friends pics of his son. And what would a holiday be without hitting his bar, Angels & Kings, for some late-night partying. Guess he can have his cake and eat it too.
Actor Colin Egglesfield was in town for a little Black Wednesday Party at Landmark Grill + Lounge to hype his SHOUT OUT! T-shirt line (a customizable, interactive apparel line with detachable letters, numbers and symbols that can be rearranged on a circle message area to display whatever suits your mood).
Sounds dangerous. Egglesfield was seen bouncing around the club with a shirt that read “I want to eat your turkey,” and spent the evening flirting with the ladies and buying them shots. Who wouldn’t, with a t-shirt like that. Wonder if anyone let him eat the turkey? And looks like he couldn't get enough of Chicago either, because Saturday night he was still in town, grabbing a drink at Elate Restaurant.
Speaking of fashion, rap duo Schwayze and Cisco Adler flew in town for a concert. And no worries. They played as well. The two shopped at Sofia Vintage Boutique, where Cisco picked up a pair of Chanel swim trunks, among some other “necessities.”
Rough lives.


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