Rendell Won’t Talk Any More About Philly Mag Story

"It's between me and my family," he says. Plus: Wine comes to Pa. supermarkets, news about Table 31, and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Rendell: Don’t Ask Me Again About Philly Mag Story. The guv had little else to say about the new Philly Mag story in which he denies rumors of an affair with state worker Kirstin Snow. “It’s between me and my family,” he says. []

Wow. That’s all the Scoop can say about the new blog from sex-for-Phils-tickets scandalmeister Susan Finkelstein. Rounding Third is about baseball and sex, including Finkelstein’s revelation that as a 14-year-old in 1980 she used to have bathtub fantasies about Phils pitcher Larry Christenson. [Daily News]

Jury Says City Can’t Evict Boys Scouts for Anti-Gay Stance. But it may not be over: City solicitor Shelly Smith believes the jury’s answers to 11 questions on the verdict sheet were inconsistent, which means the verdict could be flawed . [Inquirer]

Wine Comes to Pennsylvania Supermarkets. Well, at least to two of them outside Harrisburg, the first to have special kiosks where you can purchase vino. The catch: you have to blow into a breathalyzer to prove you’re not loaded. The kiosks are set to come to 100 supermarkets starting in August. []

Rendell Says There’s “Progress” on Budget Talks. The gap between what he’s proposed and what Republicans in the legislature are willing to spend seems to be narrowing. Deadline for the budget is July 1. []

Plans for Table 31. The restaurant’s space on the plaza in front of the Comcast Center will be enclosed and have a roof put on, making it usable 10 months a year. Nice. []