A look inside Curt Schilling's sad auction

PHOTO: HUGHE DILLONFunny aftertaste Former "Top Chef" contestant Carla Hall goofed around Friday with Nectar chef Patrick Feury at the Taste America charity event for the James Beard Foundation, at Peche in East Falls.
PHOTO: HUGHE DILLONFunny aftertaste Former "Top Chef" contestant Carla Hall goofed around Friday with Nectar chef Patrick Feury at the Taste America charity event for the James Beard Foundation, at Peche in East Falls.
Posted: October 10, 2013

WOE TO Curt Schilling, who is auctioning off his household items Saturday in Medfield, Mass., to satisfy creditors from his failed video-game company, 38 Studios.

Fortunately for us vultures, all of the items he is set to auction were put online.

The weirdest item? Two promotional baseball caps for the movie "Flubber," signed by star Robin Williams.

The saddest? All of the toys. Even the stuffed animals have to go, Curt?

His movie and TV preferences are interesting. He's a big fan of the pseudo-historical, owning seasons of HBO's drama "Rome," and History's "Bible Code II: Apocalypse and Beyond."

But most of what's up for sale is furniture and other bits of domestica. The auction pics give insight into Schilling's choice of home decor: He's got an antique-y style, bordering on slight stuffiness.

Check out the items for yourself at bit.ly/curtauction.

Dying to own "Flubber" memorabilia? Make your way to 7 Woodridge Road, Medfield, Mass., from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Jenner on the waterfront

Reality star Brody Jenner, who is step-related to those Kardashian kids, will be at the Roxxy (939 N. Delaware Ave.) on Oct. 18. Seems as if he may not have to deal with Kim, Kourtney, Khloe or mama bear Kris for much longer: Word on the street is that Kris and Brody's pops, Bruce Jenner, are separating after 22 years of marriage.

Susie Celek and Julie Dorenbos, of tanning studio Skin Pallette, will also be on hand to party with Jenner. I hear a hot-to-trot news personality is also on the docket to attend, but I can't believe who it is. I will tell you that I heard she has quite the crush on Jenner.

Girl, he's dreamy. I get it.

Bam Margera weds

West Chester's own daredevil Bam Margera is a married man once more.

The "Jackass" star wed Nicole Boyd in front of a crowd at the Random Hero Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, this weekend. The concert, where he played with his band F---Face Unstoppable, was a benefit for a new skate park.

Margera has walked down the aisle before. His first trip was in 2007 with Melissa Rothstein, a childhood buddy who also attended West Chester East High School. "Bam's Unholy Union" chronicled the ups and downs of their engagement. In 2010, Margera revealed that he and Rothstein were no longer cohabitating, and their divorce was finalized in 2012.

Danny Garcia: Pitchman

Philly's own boxing champ Danny Garcia will hit up two Forman Mills stores on Saturday to meet-and-greet with fans and sign autographs. Boxing fans should head to the store at 3500 Aramingo Ave. at 1 p.m. Can't make it? The light welterweight champ will be at the Forman Mills at 5694 Rising Sun Ave. at 4 p.m.

The appearances promote Forman Mills' new ads that feature Garcia and his real family.

Hopefully, they will also entail Garcia intoning the legendary "FOR-MAN MILLS" catchphrase (you totally heard it in your head just then, didn't you?).

Bruce parties with Pops

Singer Eddie Bruce will guest-sing with the Philly POPS orchestra to mark the occasion of new music director Michael Krajewski this weekend, but first they'll party it up at Boyds at an invite-only event tonight. Why pick the fancy suit spot at 18th and Chestnut? It's not just because the orchestra members are snappy dressers. Bruce is old high-school chums with Boyds' owner, Ralph Yaffe.


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