PHILLIES OUTFIELDER Jayson Werth takes pride in his hair.
The female fans' favorite dropped by juju salon & organics (4th & Monroe) in Queen Village for a haircut before the team left for the West Coast. He also sought advice on products to keep his hair from being dried out from the sun. Werth told the salon he was lured in by the "organic" sign. Juju prescribed some omega 3's and told him to come back for some intense moisturizing.
Kendra, Hank hope for kids
Hank Baskett's fiancee, Kendra Wilkinson, tells Life & Style magazine, "Hank and I want kids very soon." The former Playboy Playmate and the Eagles wide receiver will marry this summer at the Playboy mansion.
"We want to be young parents," says Kendra, 23. Hank is 26.
Meanwhile, "Kendra," her new E! series, spun-off from "The Girls Next Door," premieres Sunday night. It follows the couple as they prepare for their wedding.
We reported in September that the pair were a couple, after which Hank said they were only friends. He proposed in November.
Filmmakers in Netflix contest
"Future Weather," a film by West Philly's Jenny Deller, is among finalists in the Netflix Find Your Voice contest.
The movie-rental site chose 10 filmmakers to make shorts based on the feature films they're working on, which will be posted tomorrow at netflixfindyourvoice.com. Voting begins tomorrow. Netflix awards the winner a $150,000 grant plus film equipment and services.
Deller, the film's writer/director/producer, and associate producer Kristin Fairweather, of Wyndmoor, Montgomery County, plan to produce "Future Weather" in this area.
They shot the contest short recently in North Carolina, where child actress Perla Haney-Jardine, one of the film's stars, lives.
The film is a coming-of-age movie about a young girl intent on battling global warming even in the midst of her own family turmoil.
Aditi Roy plays first piano recitalNBC 10's Aditi Roy will have her first piano recital at 2:15 p.m. Saturday at the Music Training Center (Butler & Ridge), in Conshohocken. She'll perform Claude Debussy's "Clair De Lune." Roy's played piano a few years, but this is her first time in public. It's free to attend.
Dan Quayle a guest on golf showFormer Vice President Dan Quayle will be a guest at 8 a.m. Saturday on 950 ESPN's golf show "Greenside," hosted by Mike Brown and Mike Rose.
Doyle airs Joey Pants specialThe Comcast Network's Lynn Doyle will air a special episode of "It's Your Call," featuring actor Joe Pantoliano at 8:30 p.m. Sunday and 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Doyle is moderating a Q&A session tonight at Friends Hospital following a screening of "No Kidding, Me Too!" a Pantoliano documentary about mental illness. The former "Sopranos" and "Goonies" actor made the film and started a foundation by the same name after he was diagnosed with clinical depression.
The show will also be available for viewing at lynndoyle.net.
Runyan, Raheem help PSPCA
Football players Jon Runyan, Raheem Brock and former NFL player Barrett Brooks are scheduled to attend a Saturday tailgate party to benefit the Pennsylvania SPCA, which is working to build a dog park adjacent to its headquarters at 350 E. Erie Ave. The party is from 1 to 5 p.m. Children's games and carnival-type attractions will be featured, as will a dog-kissing booth.
Some PSPCA enforcement officers who were featured on "Animal Cops: Philadelphia" on Animal Planet also will be on hand.
For more info, visit pspca.org.
CBS 3 AM news expands to CW
CBS 3's Eyewitness News This Morning, which now runs from 5 to 7, will expand to 7 to 9 and air on the CW Philly 57, starting June 29. It replaces the Wake Up newscast there. However, the Wake Up crew of anchor Natasha Brown, traffic reporter Sean Murphy and weathergal Christa Quinn will remain, with Brown reporting and Murphy doing features and back-up work for CBS3's traffic guy, Bob Kelly.
Quinn will work fill-in weather as needed for Maria LaRosa.
Eyewitness News anchors Ukee Washington and Liz Keptner will anchor the two extra hours on the CW Philly. *
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