We'll have to tune in to see if Oprah makes Vick cry.
Kareem talks to kids
L.A. Lakers superstar and "Airplane" actor Kareem Adbul-Jabbar speaks this morning at the William Bodine High School for International Affairs (1101 N. 4th).
Abdul-Jabbar's Skyhook Foundation chose Bodine as the school to show students his "On the Shoulders of Giants," a film-based educational program to increase knowledge and awareness among U.S. high school students of the impact of the Harlem Renaissance in sports, music, literature and history.
The program coincides with Bodine's celebration and observance of Black History Month. The World Affairs Council is co-sponsor of the event.
In 'Big Momma's House'
West Oak Lane-raised actor Ellery McKinney will be seen alongside Martin Lawrence in "Big Momma's House 3," opening Friday. McKinney, a graduate of Martin Luther King Jr. High School, is pursuing an MBA degree at La Salle University. The actor, who plays a student in "Big Momma's House 3," also worked on upcoming indie films "Smash," and the locally shot films "The Gift" and "Streets." He's working on a screenplay called "Smoking Gun," about sexual abuse.
Anna accompanies Enrique
Tennis babe Anna Kournikova danced near the soundboard and sung along with her boyfriend, Enrique Iglesias, as she watched him perform Saturday night to a sold-out crowd at the Borgata in Atlantic City. After the show the couple dined at the Old Homestead steakhouse, then played some blackjack.
NFL wedding at the Bellevue
Texans running back Steve Slaton married fellow Levittown native Kimberly Sierra Saturday at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. Slaton was a standout at Conwell-Egan High in Fairless Hills. The couple's two young sons served as their ring bearers. Guests included former Eagles linebacker Reggie Wilkes. The event was planned by Rittenhouse Square wedding planner Gina Sole; an after-party was held at Alfa (1709 Walnut).
* Phillies veteran Darren "Dutch"
Daulton will return to 97.5 The Fanatic/950 ESPN to host "Talkin' Baseball With Dutch" from 6 to 7 p.m. weekdays during Phillies season.
* CBS 3 has named Lesley Van Arsdall
as weekend sports anchor. The anchor/reporter who's been at CBS 3 since 2003 had been filling in on the sports beat since late last year.
* Over the weekend CBS 3 meteorologist Carol Erickson picked up two awards, Best Children's Book, and the Maxwell Medallion Award from the Dog Writers Association of America for her book "Not a Used Dog, at All," which she wrote and CBS 3 graphic designer Jeff McCloskey illustrated.
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