CONGRATULATIONS TO Ryan Howard and Krystle Campbell, who were married Saturday in Maui. Not surprisingly, the Flyin' Hawaiian Shane Victorino attended the wedding, as did Ben Francisco and many of Howard's Phillies teammates.
Howard and Campbell, a schoolteacher and former Eagles cheerleader, announced their engagement in April 2011. She was seen in August on TLC's "Say Yes to the Dress," which showed Campbell dress shopping at Kleinfeld's Bridal in New York.
The couple had registered online at Macy's, where the most expensive items are Swarovski crystal toasting flutes. If you're buying, they're asking for three pairs of the flutes at $390 per pair.
The cheapest item was a 13-inch washcloth that Joe Kinsey, of BustedCoverage.com, bought for the couple and recently received a handwritten thank-you note signed by the couple.
Singer Kelly Rowland and her entourage partied it up in a VIP suite at Delilah's (100 Spring Garden) Saturday night. The former Destiny's Child member and about 15 men and women hung out and enjoyed table dances and bottle service for about two hours at the gentlemen's club, and then headed to Zee Bar next door to party some more.
Before there was VH1's "Mob Wives," there was "Growing Up Gotti." Its star Victoria Gotti, daughter of late mob boss John Gotti and sister of gangster John Gotti Jr., is working on a new reality show, and did some shooting for a pilot episode Thursday night at the Trump Taj Mahal. Gotti and a male friend dined at Il Mulino New York and played roulette.
Former Philadelphian, comedy writer and songwriter Sol Weinstein died last week at 84 in New Zealand, where he retired to in 2002. Weinstein's material was used by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dom DeLuise. He also wrote for "The Love Boat," "Three's Company" and more television shows, and his songs include "The Curtain Falls," which was a hit for Bobby Darin. Veteran Philadelphia radio host Bill Corsair and wife Janis, his former producer, were friends of Weinstein for 40 years and wanted to make sure people were aware of the passing of a local guy with an extensive entertainment career.