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Congrats to NBC 10 meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz who was engaged to Bucks County’s Christie Wood on Christmas morning. Schwartz, fifty six years old, gave Wood, forty years old, a school guidance counselor, a ring along with her other Christmas presents. The pair met on Match.com earlier this year. Schwartz has been separated from [...]
We are currently going away for the holidays and we will be fully back up starting January 1st, 2009. Yes - 2009. Crazy. We will probably publish something here and there after Christmas, though. We hope you all have a safe, fun, and stress free holiday season!
The contestants on the fifth season of Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen,” will compete for a job as a head chef at one of the restaurants at the Borgata in Atlantic City. The show, hosted by chef Gordon Ramsay, premieres at 9 p.m. January 29th, 2009. It was unclear today whether the winning chef would take over [...]
Locally raised actress Blythe Danner and funnyman Fred Willard are special guests at the Academy of Music’s 152 anniversary concert January 24th, 2009. Danner hosts and Willard will perform an ode to the Academy’s newly-restored chandelier. James Taylor will also perform some of his greatest hits with the Philadelphia Orchestra led by Christoph Eschenbach. The [...]
Hello guys and gals. We’ve been on break for a couple of days, but we’ll be back tomorrow. Plus, there’s nothing interesting going on today that you want to hear about, well, at least that has anything to do with the crazed city of Philadelphia…
Starbucks will be harassing Philadelphians with fake coffee cups this holiday season. Here is a recently released press release: “This holiday season Starbucks and Zipcar are teaming up to reward good Samaritans in Philadelphia. Zipcar will be driving around the City with life size magnetic versions of Starbucks signature red holiday cups attached to [...]
Armed police finally ended a ninety minute siege at a bank, only to discover that they’d been in a tense stand-off with a cardboard cutout. The cops raced to the PNC Bank in Montgomery Township, New Jersey, last Thursday when an alarm went off. Upon seeing the silhouette of a person in the window of [...]
The Penn State senior who plays the Nittany Lion mascot was arrested on a DUI charge and his status for the Rose Bowl is currently in doubt. James Sheep was pulled over on campus around 3:15 a.m. on November 22nd, hours before Penn State’s 49-18 win over Michigan State. The officer who made the stop saw that [...]
CBS 3 4 p.m. co-anchor Angela Russell will soon be leaving the station where she started in early 2006. We’re told her contract was not renewed. We will update this post if more information is to come.
Got some things to do this Saturday? Well, guess what? Parking is free on Saturdays after 11 a.m. for the rest of the year. “We have the free meter parking every Saturday,” says PPA spokeswoman Linda Miller.
Women are keen to both look and feel good, so a stylish iPod would be equally as good as their favorite fragrance. Many people think that perfumes are an expensive luxury item, but using a good price comparison website you can find cheap perfumes and women’’s fragrances at amazing low prices. Perfumes make the perfect gift [...]
Customers in a frenzy for deals at a Long Island Wal-Mart trampled an overnight stock clerk to death, the NY Daily News reports. Witnesses said he tried to hold back the crowds as they took the doors right off their hinges in the dash when the store opened at 5 a.m. this morning for [...]
This December there will be a holiday lighting ceremony with Benjamin Franklin illuminating thousands of holiday lights, and the Philadelphia Park Liberty Carousel. WHERE: Franklin Square, 6th & Race Streets WHEN: Monday, December 1, 2008, 5:30 pm VISUALS: Colonial-era carolers singing, Benjamin Franklin ceremonially electrifying [...]
Well - today was ole’ judgment day for Larry Mendte. The former CBS 3 anchor Larry Mendte returned to federal court today to be sentenced after pleading guilty in August to illegally accessing the email of his former co-anchor Alycia Lane. Mendte, who bypassed media as he entered the courthouse for his 3 p.m. hearing, was [...]
Craig Robinson, the comedian who plays warehouse supervisor Darryl Philbin on the NBC comedy, performs tonight through Saturday at Helium (2031 Sansom). Robinson, who can be seen in theaters in “Zack and Miri Make a Porno,” said his act is “very musical,” with audience participation. He tries to play a couple of shows each month, but [...]
The latest big story in Bucks County, PA. is all its recent Alien sightings. What started with a single UFO sighting over a Middletown Mexican restaurant Jan. 26 has turned into a science fiction sensation. Spaceships were spotted over Sesame Place. Black boomerangs were reported over [...]
Are you looking for information on where to attend the National Protest Against Prop 8? Well, we have the information right here for you! City: Philadelphia Address: City Hall: Broad & Market Street Dilworth Plaza @ City Hall [...]
Dave Huddleston has landed at CBS 3 where he’ll co-anchor the weekend evening newscasts with Mary Stoker Smith starting next week, the station announced this afternoon. Huddleston spent six years at Fox 29, which did not renew his contract this summer. Huddleston lives in Delaware County with his wife Tracey and their two daughters. [...]
Like I’ve always said: Heidi’s hair and makeup people are some of my favorite homosexuals on the planet, and if they want to marry each other, I’m not about to be like, ‘Don’t. The sage and ever-eloquent Spencer Pratt — a staunch Republican — discusses Prop 8 during an interview today. What a douchebag… Oh, and do you [...]
Adamma Ince has replaced Tim Whitaker as the editor of Philadelphia Weekly, the paper’s parent company Review Publishing announced this evening. Whitaker, who led the newspaper since 1994 when it was still known as the Welcomat learned today that he was being replaced. Ince spent 12 years at the Village Voice which she [...]