Nutter's spokesman Doug Oliver said he was unable to identify the woman based on the mayor's schedule of activities that day.
* B-52's frontman Fred Schneider and a friend had fun at the piano bar at Tavern on Camac (243 S. Camac) Monday.
Gizmo guy Street digs his iPad
John F. Street, who made headlines as mayor when he waited in line to buy his own iPhone, is loyal to Apple. He's picked up an iPad, which he was seen playing with yesterday at Darling's Diner at the Piazza at Schmidts.
Since there were some security concerns and glitches with the device, we asked Street what he thought of it. "I like my pad. While it's true it's not perfect, it does enough to make it well worth the effort, given I have no monthly data plan . . . It's a nice device, if only I could print from it," Street told us yesterday.
Kelly Boyd, Robert Kreb to wedCongratulations to Kelly Boyd of KB Consultants and Dr. Robert Kreb, who practices sports medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital, who were engaged over the weekend in Nantucket.
Boyd, 43, and Kreb, 65, have been dating since last fall, and she recently moved into his Main Line home. The couple, who have each been married before, are planning an intimate ceremony but haven't set a date.
A gay old time
Gay porn icon Michael Lucas will appear at 9:30 Saturday night at the Ritz East (2nd & Sansom) as part of the QFest, Philadelphia's LGBT Film Festival. Lucas' presentation "Michael Lucas: Lip Service" will showcase clips from his speeches at universities and anti-Israeli protests, as well as hardcore scenes from Lucas' porn catalog.
Gotta keep the gays happy.
There's also an afterparty at Voyeur (1221 St. James) where Lucas will appear with Junior Stellano and Rafael Alencar. DJ Carl Michaels spins at the party hosted by Thom Cardwell, Dan Contarino and TLA Video's Erik Schut.
CBS 3 hires single, searchingJericka Duncan starts next month as a general assignment reporter at CBS3 and the CW Philly. She's coming from WIVB, the ABC station in Buffalo where she's been since 2007. Duncan, 26, told Alan Pergament, formerly of the Buffalo News, that she might have wanted to stay in Buffalo had she gotten married, but that didn't happen. "I am young and single, and this is the time for me to explore other opportunities," Duncan told Pergament, who now covers TV online at stilltalkintv.blogspot.com.
Chef tries Tony Luke's, John'sIron Chef Michael Symon was in town the other week with a camera crew to compare sandwiches at Tony Luke's (Front and Oregon) to John's Roast Pork (Weccacoe and Snyder).
Bonaduce to judge at Delilah's
94 WYSP's Danny Bonaduce is among judges at the July 21 Diamond G-String contest at Delilah's (100 Spring Garden) to be hosted by comedian Robert Schimmel. The solo/group contest has a $10,000 prize.
The event starts at 7 p.m., and tickets are $20 at the door.
Nicole Brewers collide"Biggest Loser" alum Nicole Brewer, now a plus-size style expert for David's Bridal Style Council, was at CBS3/CW Philly studios Friday where she met digital journalist Nicole Brewer, a former Miss Pennsylvania.
The Nicoles shared laughs about how they regularly get news about each other when they Google themselves.
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