Out and about: Mary J. Blige parties in A.C. David Boreanaz plays hockey for charity

Actor David Boreanaz (right) prepares for face off with Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation coach Kathy Hanrahan before charity game. (Photo: Sarah Baicker)

Singer Mary J. Blige hung out with a large group at Ivan Kane's Royal Jelly Burlesque club at Revel in Atlantic City Saturday night. The DJ played a few of her songs and Kane gave her the microphone a few times — she thanked the crowd and gave a few shout-outs and birthday wishes to friends.

Blige performed this weekend at Caesars Atlantic City and also partied in a VIP area at Caesars Toga Bar, where she sipped Ciroc Coconut, Grey Goose and Patron Silver with friends.

"Bones" star David Boreanaz played Saturday afternoon in a charity hockey tournament at Skate Zone in Pennsauken. The event was a benefit for the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, to which we hear Boreanaz, a Malvern Prep graduate, donated $1,000. Four local media types served as captains for the teams, CSNPhilly.com Flyers editor Sarah Baicker, Dave Isaac of the Courier Post, Dustin Leed from Lancaster and Hockey Buzz blogger Eklund. Boreanaz played on Isaac's team for a game but had to leave early. The event was organized by FlyersFaithful.com.

While he was there, however, there was no shortage of young girls asking the actor to pose for pictures.

The former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel" actor wore Flyers gear he got when he practiced with the team last season in California. He's a friend of former Flyer Mike Richards, whom he just watched win the Stanley Cup with the LA Kings.

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