by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
September 13, 2005
“The Sounds of Sinatra” with Sid Mark celebrates its 50th anniversary with a Frank Sinatra Jr. concert at Harrah’s Atlantic City Saturday, November 12. Tickets to the concert are either one-hundred dollars for reserved seating or one-hundred fifty dollars for premium seating, which includes a post-concert reception with Frank Sinatra. Jr. and Sid Mark, and a commemorative collector’s CD. “Fridays with Frank,” “Saturdays with Sinatra,” and “Sundays with Sinatra,” broadcast from WPHT 1210-AM, are broadcast on over one-hundred stations across the country. Go to www.soundsofsinatra.com for more information.
Upper Darby native and “Saturday Night Live” star Tina Fey mentioned the old “Al Alberts Show” on “Assscat Improv” on Bravo last week. The new comedy show features comics such as Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and others doing monologues and other assorted routines. Fey talked about how when she was growing up in the Philly area, she would watch and “love to hate” Alberts every week.
It was nice hearing former WYSP 94.1-FM personality “Anita” Gevinson subbing on WMGK 102.9-FM last week. The great thing about radio is a disc jockey doesn't age - he/she sounds the same whether 30-years-old or fifty. Today, “Anita” is a radio personality in Los Angeles.
Newtown resident and former NBC10 anchor Lisa Mishler gave birth to her third child, Olivia Waltzer at the end of August. Olivia joins sister Alexis, 4, and brother Chase, 20 months.
The fourth annual “Arthur Fennell and Kenny Gamble Celebrity Billiards Championship” cues up Friday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Downtown Marriott in Philadelphia.“The Brady Bunch: The Complete Third Season DVD” hits stores tomorrow. Coincidentally, “My Fair Brady” with Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) and new girlfriend/co-star Adrianne Curry airs on VH1 Sunday at 9:30. For everything “Brady,” visit my web site www.bradyresidence.com.