Dan Gross: Roxborough native/actress Kim Delaney has finally spoken publicly about her strange speech at the National Constitution Center in September, when former Defense Secretary Robert Gates received the Liberty Medal.
Dan Gross: The Berks County resident is referring to her April Penthouse cover, which hits newsstands Tuesday.
DAVY JONES, who died last Wednesday, had been scheduled to appear at Wizard World Philadelphia in June at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, show organizers said yesterday.
Tom Byrne, host at 97.5 the Fanatic, returns to the sports-radio station at 9 p.m. tomorrow for the first time since his arrest Jan. 16 for a late-night assault on a cab driver in Center City.
GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose tried to explain from the stage of the Electric Factory Monday why the band failed to perform at a December 2002 show at what is now the Wells Fargo Center.
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.
PAM TEBOW, mom of Broncos QB Tim Tebow, will be the keynote speaker at the Options for Women fundraiser March 20 at the Cherry Hill Crowne Plaza.
Dan Gross: The beloved golden retriever of 93.3 WMMR DJ Pierre Robert - a pooch met and petted by rock stars - died Friday.
DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONS for Fox 29 "Good Day" anchor Sheinelle Jones, who revealed on-air yesterday that she is pregnant with twins.
GENO VENTO, son of Joey Vento, the late founder of Geno's Steaks, says he's not selling the South Philadelphia landmark after which he was named.
JOEY VENTO is gone but a new movie helps make sure he is not forgotten. The late Geno's Steaks owner appears in "Swooped," a comedy that screens at the Trocadero (1003 Arch) on March 18.
FOX 29 WEATHER ANCHOR Sue Serio and husband Bill Vargus, a former sportscaster at the station, co-star in "Love Letters" Feb. 29 - March 4 at the Media Theatre for the Performing Arts.
Dan Gross: Kobe Bryant drowned his sorrows at Delilah's Monday night, after his hometown loss to the Sixers.