"Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz played his third show with Central PA indie rock band Kingsfoil Sunday night at World Cafe Life (3025 Walnut). Muniz, the drummer, and Co. opened for D&M at their CD release party for "Wait for Me." D&M are Drexel students Danny Fornasa and Matt Klahre, the latter of whom is interning at Vlahos PR and working on the Philadelphia Science Festival and the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Franklin Institute. D & M recently played SXSW in Austin, TX.

Penguins owner Mario Lemieux and wife Nathalie dined Saturday at the Capital Grille where the NHL legend was a gentleman and friendly to a few fans who said hello. Penguins assistant to the general manager Tom Fitzgerald and a front office colleague stayed out late at the bar watching the Blackhawks/Coyotes game, being sports about some good-natured ribbing from Flyers fans who figured out who they were. Ryan Howard was at the Capital Grille as well with a group of family members and later he and fiancee Krystle Campbell partied at Rumor (15th & Sansom) where Sixers assistant coach Aaron McKie also hung out.

Upper Darby native “SNL” alum Cheri Oteri was a surprise guest at the Variety Club’s Red Hearts Gala Friday at Vie (600 N. Broad). Oteri did her Barbara Walters impression at the show where fellow “SNL” alum Victoria Jackson did stand-up as did Jeff Norris. Joe Piscopo emceed the benefit which raised $50,000 or the children’s charity.
Mets pitcher Johan Santana called limo driver to the stars Big Penny to bring his family to Dave & Buster's (325 N. Columbus) where they spent about four hours together Saturday.
Rapper Beanie Sigel, awaiting sentencing on a tax evasion conviction, stopped at Delilah’s (100 Spring Garden) Thursday night where he wasn’t exactly makin’ it rain tipping the dancers, good news for the IRS.