Dan Gross: Bonaduce hopes to stay here

John Stamos will perform with the Beach Boys Friday at the Borgata.
John Stamos will perform with the Beach Boys Friday at the Borgata.
Posted: October 18, 2011

ALTHOUGH HE'S PUT HIS Old City condo on the market, Danny Bonaduce says he isn't leaving town. At least he hopes not.

Bonaduce was among hosts ousted when 94 WYSP became 94 WIP last month. The Broomall-born former "Partridge Family" actor says that he is still under contract with CBS Radio and that he and wife, Amy, would move to Bala Cynwyd if he ends up working at 98.1 WOGL, Talk Radio 1210 AM or 94 WIP, both of which are headquartered on City Avenue.

He said that he lived in Old City because it was close to the former home of 94 WYSP, at 4th & Market. No word from CBS Radio about whether any local opportunites exist for Bonaduce, whose condo, listed at $475,000, can be seen at Philly.com/Bonaduce.

OUT AND ABOUT * John Stamos joined the Beach Boys at their Friday concert at the Borgata's Music Box theater. The actor-musician played drums, guitar and sang during the show, and stayed at the Water Club hotel over the weekend. He dined at Forneletto on Thursday and Izakaya on Friday. Stamos, who once performed on the Parkway with the Beach Boys on July 4, has been talking with Fox about producing a summer movie that would include Beach Boys songs. * Comedian Gilbert Gottfried signed autographs and took pictures with fans at lunch Friday at Chickie's & Pete's (1526 Packer). Gottfried, who had a shrimp and lobster-tail salad and crabfries, was in the area to perform Saturday night at Sarcasm at the Cherry Hill Crowne Plaza. * Eagles LeSean McCoy and Ronnie Brown went for a few Electric Lemonade cocktails, cheesesteak spring rolls, calamari and some steaks over dinner at Davio's (111 S. 17th) Friday. Shady paid the bill and left a nice tip.

Zombies among us

Philly-born actress Lauren Cohan, who lived in Cherry Hill for a few years before her family moved to England, joins the cast of AMC's zombie drama "The Walking Dead." She'll debut in Sunday night's episode as Maggie Greene, who joins the gang of remaining humans navigating through the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. Her previous credits include "Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj" and "The Vampire Diaries."

Fight night

Tickets remain for Locked in the Cage IX, a night of mixed martial arts Saturday at the Arena (Swanson & Ritner). Check LockedintheCage.com.


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