It wasn't difficult to spot some fmaous faces (other than politicians) around town this week. They dined in local restaurants, attended a movie screening, conducted soccer drills on the White House south lawn, even toured a breast cancer center. Sarah Jessica Parker and Cindi Lauper were at the 15th Annual Human Rights Campaign dinner; Jennifer Aniston, Partricia Clarkson, and Jeanne Tripplehorn attended the premiere of the Lifetime film series "Five" which follows five women diagnosed with breast cancer. Jennifer Aniston toured a new state of the art breast cancer treatment center with Dr. Jill Biden and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. (view video here.) Members of the U.S. Women's Soccer team conducted skill drills with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of the First Lady's Let's Move initiative, and the Chicago Bears 85' Super Bowl champs finally made it to the White House just a little late. Their trip to the White House in 1986 didn't happen because it coincided with the Space Shuttle Challenger tragedy but Mike Ditka and the team finally got a tour of the White House this week from Bears fan President Obama. Finally, some future super stars also visited the White House as President Obama welcomed winners of the first Google Science Fair. Over 10,000 students from 91 countries entered online.