AS THOUGH dudes weren't already jealous a few years ago when former NBC10 anchor/reporter Jamison Uhler was dating then-Fox 29 anchor Kerri-Lee Halkett, we can now report that Uhler is seeing NBC10 meteorologist Sheena Parveen.
Play on, Playa.
Uhler, who now works at the ABC station in Tampa, Fla., met Parveen when she was worked in her native Tampa last year. The pair began dating a few months before Parveen started at NBC10. Sources say Uhler has been up here to visit her a few times since.
Neither Parveen nor Uhler returned our requests for comment yesterday.
OUT AND ABOUT * New York Jets Marcus Dixon and Shonn Greene came out to help celebrate the 27th birthday of Steelers running back Albert Young Saturday night at the C5 club at the Chelsea in Atlantic City. The event was also a party for Athletes for Vets, a non-profit founded by former Eagles wide receiver Dereck Faulkner. DJ Aktive and members of the Philadelphia Passion Lingerie Football Team, who made it to the Lingerie Bowl but lost a few weeks ago, as well as Derrell "Dash" Doland, spokesmodel for Under Armour, hung out at the event. Most of the athletes stayed until about 4 a.m. and overnighted in suites at the Chelsea. For info on Athletes for Vets, visit AthletesforVets.org. * Singer Tony Orlando was honored Saturday with the Seven Seals Award from the Department of Defense while performing at the Borgata's Event Center. Brig. Gen. James J. Grant and Don Tretola, Department of Defense vice chair for New Jersey, recognized Orlando for his travels to Iraq and Afghanistan to entertain our troops. * Vince Margera, uncle of Ches- ter County "Jackass" Bam Margera, and known to "Viva La Bam" viewers as Don Vito, hung out with friends Friday afternoon at McFadden's at Citizens Bank Park and took pictures with fans.
Locally connected"The Haney Project," produced by Tom Farrell and Steve Rotfeld, of Bryn Mawr's The Workshop, premiered at 9 last night on the Golf Channel. The show features golf pro Hank Haney helping celebrities improve their golf game. Maroon 5's Adam Levine, boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard, chef Mario Batali and actress Angie Everhart are on the show this season. Charles Barkley, Rush Limbaugh and Ray Romano appeared previously.
Big help for Alex'sAlex's Lemonade Stand Foundation is the beneficiary of a charity appearance that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar make on tonight's episode of "19 Kids and Counting," (9:30, TLC) The couple stop at an Auntie Anne's pretzel shop near their Arkansas home and serve lemonade and roll pretzels to benefit the Wynnewood-based children's-cancer charity.
Octogenarian sells hogCherry Hill's Casey Exton, publisher of Outlaw Biker mag, just celebrated his 80th birthday by selling his motorcycle, a 1976 Harley-Davidson. "If I could give up chain-smoking many years ago, not riding a motorcycle after a lifetime of doing it, is not that tremendous?" Exton says.
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