For the fourth time in five years, Kenny Chesney has a date to play Lincoln Financial Field.
It's a ways out: June 18, as he headlines with Zac Brown Band, and Billy Currington and Uncle Kracker will open. Tickets ($25 to $200) will go on sale Nov. 20 through Ticketmaster and PhiladelphiaEagles.com.
Chesney's three previous Linc dates were sellouts. He took a break from the stadium tours this year to cut an album and produce The Boys of Fall, a documentary about high school football.
Chew on thisOn the new Food Network series Outrageous Food, premiering at 10 p.m. Friday, chef Tom Pizzica goes to extremes: corn-on-the-cob-flavored ice cream, 60-inch pizzas, and $175 burgers made with Kobe beef, black truffles, and foie gras.
Pizzica, 32, the funny-guy finalist on the last Next Food Network Star, is proof that a Food Network-er can come from humble roots. His career started with a plate of fried eggs, and he met his future wife at the Outback on Ridge Pike in Conshohocken. Pizzica was born in Norristown, lived in Ardmore, and spent much of his childhood off Route 352 near West Chester.