by Michael Klein @ 3:56 PM Philly.com
And lookee here, re: Old City. As a celebrity-owner haunt?
* Danny Bonaduce of 94WYSP lives behind the Khyber in a condo.
* Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin ("Sweet Dee") Olson from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia are going into the bar business with Mac's Tavern, 226 Market St. So is Andrea Roth of Rescue Me.
* Stephenie LaGrossa of Survivor (engaged to Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick) is a partner in Gigi's, 319 Market St.
* Glen Naessens from Real World 2 is at Eulogy, 136 Chestnut St., and Beneluxx, 33 S. Third St.
* Jose Garces from The Next Iron Chef owns Amada, 217 Chestnut St. -- and for now, at least, has his corporate offices nearby on Strawberry Street.
By BRIAN BINGAMAN via thereporteronline.com
Blue Mountain, 1660 Blue Mountain Drive, near Palmerton, (610) 826-7700, www.skibluemt.com. Open since 1977, Blue Mountain has what www.visitpa.com declares is the highest vertical in Pennsylvania, plus a half pipe and two terrain parks. Highlights on Blue Mountain's busy events calendar include:
- A live broadcast by "Partridge Family" kid-turned bad boy celebrity boxer-turned morning radio host Danny Bonaduce, Feb. 26.
Paralyzing storm: City at 28.5 inches, near record.
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By Anthony R. Wood
Inquirer Staff Writer
The great snowstorm of Feb. 5-6, 2010, is history - quite literally.
Officially, 28.5 inches was measured at Philadelphia International Airport, just shy of the all-time record and vaulting the winter of 2009-10 to No. 2 for snow in 126 years of record-keeping.
Unofficially, while it quieted the Saturday bustle and transformed the landscape spectacularly, it was about as disruptive as a weekend storm could be.
More than 70,000 people lost power in South Jersey, mostly in Cape May County. SEPTA shut down most of its operations by 2 p.m. Somehow, the airport remained open, but the runways were as forsaken as the city streets and the empty train stations, with most departing and arriving flights canceled.
This Saturday! That’s the day we bring back the smiles to Haiti.
DETAILS: A full 24 hours of comedy featuring Vince August, Danny Bonaduce, Davy Jones, and many more. Proceeds benefit charities including Doctors Without Borders, Fountains of Hope for Haiti, and The Red Cross.
Bring Back the Smiles to Haiti presents it’s signature event this Saturday January 23, 2010 at The Times Square Arts Center, 669 8th Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Street. The excitement begins at 7 pm and will continue for 24 hours. The entire evening, produced by entertainment veteran John Velasco and promoted by SmartStars LLC will be broadcast live, worldwide on RockMeTV.com and syndicated nationwide on radio through Jetcast.com. The event features live performances, star segments and major surprises.
As of now there are no firm plans to do Jeff Jarrett vs Danny Bonaduce, either at Lockdown or anywhere else. They decided to do the angle themselves that morning so that they can come back to it down the road if they want to. The radio interview was one of a series of media shots that Jarrett and Jeremy Borash did in the Northeast recently.
Danny Bonaduce mentioned today during his show that he will need three months to get ready for a match against Jeff Jarrett. That would put it on the Lockdown PPV in April.