Out and about
Hank Baskett, A.J. Feeley, Matt McCoy, Todd Herremans and a few more Eagles hit 32° (16 S. 2nd) Friday night. Former councilman and convict Leland Beloff was
also spotted at the Old City hot spot Thursday night.
* 6ABC's Erin
a healthy dose of
cleavage, joined her
Han, and NBC-10's
Mike Strug in an evening visit to Brasserie Perrier (1619 Walnut) Saturday.
* 6ABC's Monica Malpass, Anita Brikman and Sara Bloomquist were seated next to NBC-10's John Ogden at Saturday's Equality Forum Dinner at the National Constitution Center, hosted by Gov. Rendell. Ogden's still the only openly gay personality on local TV news.
* Kyle Korver, Todd MacCulloch and
Sixers PA announcer and 93.3 WMMR DJ Matt Cord checked out the Killers show at the Borgata Saturday night.
* Ramones drummer Marky Ramone
and Brody Jenner, of MTV's "The Hills," were also at the Atlantic City oasis, at parties at Mixx and mur.mur.
* Eagles tight end L.J. Smith joined his
former Rutgers classmates at Public House Logan Square (18th & Cherry) the other night for an alumni party. Smith signed autographs, posed for photos and hung out for several hours.
Police brass bolts down Broad
Criminals beware, there are
some fast Philly cops. Chief
Inspector Bill Colarulo was the highest-ranking member of the force to complete the Broad Street Run Sunday, finishing the 10-mile course in 1 hour, 29 minutes and two seconds.
Specter supports Cummings
It's rare for U.S. senators to get involved in Traffic Court elections, but Arlen Specter hosted a fundraiser for Mayfair Civic Association President Scott Cummings Saturday morning at the Holiday Inn City Avenue. Specter met Cummings, a candidate for Traffic Court Judge, in 1988 when Cummings handed security for former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
What do Andy Rooney, Geraldo Rivera and Stu Bykofsky have in common? Old? Cranky? Sure. But something
else, too. Each received a commendation
at the Genesis Awards, presented by the
Hollywood office of the Humane Society of the United States, for "contributions
toward making this world a more humane place for all animals."
Mag's party more welcoming
Philadelphia Style magazine's annual "Best of Style," party will be is open to the public for the first time. Tickets for the June 21 Crystal Tea Room party are $40 at phillystylemag.com. *
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