With summer coming, so will gripes from people on the wait list for membership at the Lombard Swim Club (2040 Lombard).

Why? Because the family of Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee was seen regularly last summer at the members-only swim club, and some people on the waiting list, which we're told is several years long, were upset by what they perceived as VIP treatment.

The Lombard Swim Club's season doesn't start until May and our message left at the club was not returned Monday.

Out and about

Colin Farrell drew stares from women and men alike while lifting weights Monday afternoon at the Sporting Club at the Bellevue. The actor is in town about to shoot "Dead Man Down," a mob drama. He wore a T-shirt and track pants and arrived in "a sexy leather jacket," said our spy.

Phil and April Margera took in their son "Jackass" Bam Margera's art opening Friday at the James Oliver Gallery (723 Chestnut). It was the Chester County resident's first public art show.

Rapper/"Law & Order: SVU" star Ice-T and model wife Coco brought their bulldog Spartacus to their hosting gig Saturday at the Pool After Dark at Harrah's Atlantic City. The family star together on E!'s "Ice Loves Coco."

Not so out and about

Ben Affleck's publicist reached out Monday to say that the actor has not been in Philadelphia recently and that our item Monday about him getting a haircut at a Rittenhouse-area barber shop was a case of mistaken identity.

Oprah mag shows Kram love

Daily News Senior Writer Mark Kram Jr.'s new book, Like Any Normal Day: A Story of Devotion, was among the "10 Titles to Pick Up Now" in the May issue of Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine. The book tells the tragic, touching story of Warminster raised Jimmy Miley and his brother Buddy Miley. In 1997 Jimmy took Buddy to Michigan for an assisted suicide by Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Buddy was paralyzed while playing quarterback for William Tennent High School in 1973.

The book will soon be excerpted on the O Magazine iPad app and will be available in stores and online April 24. For more info, visit markkramjr.com.

That's Mr. Gay Philadelphia to you

"RuPaul's Drag Race" contestant Mimi Imfurst is among judges of the 2012 Mr. Gay Philadelphia contest taking place Saturday night at Voyeur (1221 St. James). Your Humble Narrator will also help judge, as will Inquirer fashion columnist Elizabeth Wellington, 95.7 BEN-FM's Marilyn Russell, Dragapalooza performer Diana Dharling, 2012 U.S. Mr. Gay Bryan Dorsey,Carol Ann Carol Ann, host of a weekly trivia contest at Tavern on Camac, and John Chiaffa of Travel Matters. Ms. Aeryanah Von Moi,Ms. Poison, Tammy Faymous, Jesse Braff and Ginger Coyle will perform.

Tickets are $15-$25 in advance at nightlifegay.com or will be $20-$30 at the door, which opens at 8 p.m. Show's at 9.

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