Out and about
_ Eagles QB Kevin Kolb spent New Year's Eve at DelFrisco's (15th & Chestnut) dining in a party of six. Fox NFL sideline reporter Tony Siragusa also was there among a group of Fox folk.
_ Phillies broadcaster Chris Wheeler had a sandwich and a beer at lunch with friends at Devil's Alley (20th & Chestnut) just before the new year.
_ Comcast Network host Lynn Doyle and her husband, Mike Doyle, former Comcast exec, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last week over dinner at Barclay Prime (18th & Locust).
_ Bryn Mawr poker pro Beth Shak, recently featured on Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker," dined at Villa di Roma (936 S. 9th) a couple of nights back.
Local guys up for porn awards
Good luck to Brian Bangs and Spock Buckton at this weekend's Adult Video News awards in Las Vegas. The local lads produced "The Official Jersey Shore Parody" and "Delinquents," by California's Zero Tolerance, which are up for best-parody and best-comedy awards.
Buckton, also nominated for nonsex performance for "Delinquents," and Bangs run the PopPorn.com blog and label for Old City-based TLA Video. Its retail site tlaraw.com is also up for a best-retailer award.
Northeast native Paul Fishbein started AVN in his parents' basement in the early 1980s.
Want Nutter to marry you?
The Mural Arts Program and SEPTA are seeking applicants who want to be married by Mayor Nutter aboard the Mural Arts' Love Train tour on Feb. 13. The Valentine's weekend tour takes 360 passengers, 180 couples, on a decorated, slow-moving Market-Frankford El train to see the Love Letter project murals by artist Stephen Powers. Powers used to write graffiti, as Espo, along the same route.
To enter, e-mail email@example.com with an explanation, video, poem or photo of why you would be the perfect couple to be married on the Love Train. SEPTA and Mural Arts Program officials will pick a winner.
Visit muralarts.org or call 215-685-0754 for tickets or information on the Love Letter tour, which is held every weekend.
A Canadian couple was engaged last fall during a Love Letter tour, a video of which became very popular online despite the irritating voice of one of the singers from the Penn Glee Club and Penn Singers Light Opera Company that serenaded the couple in the video.
You can see it at muralarts.org.
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