Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Rendell stepping out with Snow

Just two weeks after announcing his separation from federal appeals- court judge Midge Rendell, former Gov. Ed Rendell and his rumored paramour, Kirstin Snow, are making the rounds together in Philadelphia.

Rendell stepping out with Snow

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Rendell, Snow in October 2009. Photo: Chris Crisman/Philadelphia magazine
Rendell, Snow in October 2009. Photo: Chris Crisman/Philadelphia magazine
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Just two weeks after announcing his separation from federal appeals- court judge Midge Rendell, former Gov. Ed Rendell and his rumored paramour, Kirstin Snow, are making the rounds together in Philadelphia.

Yesterday, Rendell, now an NBC News contributor and Daily News columnist, lunched with Snow, a former state employee who now works for his political-

action committee, and businessman Tom Knox at Table 31 at the Comcast Center. On Tuesday Snow also attended a news conference at the Bellevue, where Rendell and Knox endorsed Mayor Nutter for re-election. Rendell and Snow have previously denied any romantic relationship.

* Speaking of Table31, it was quite the power-lunch hot spot yesterday with Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, former District Attorney Lynne Abraham, state Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery and Comcast CEO Brian Roberts all in separate parties. Also dining at Chef Chris Scarduzio's Italian bistro was Ron Jaworski with his Philadelphia Soul partner Craig Spencer.

Click here to read more from our column in Thursday's Daily News.

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