No Kardashian Signs Allowed at Last Night’s Sixers Game

Plus: Brent Celek was involved in a DUI crash last night, Joe Paterno's memorial service is today, a teen saved a busload of kids, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Check Your Kardashian Garb at the Door. The Sixers lost to the Nets in overtime last night at the Wells Fargo Center. Kim Kardashian’s former fling ex-husband Kris Humphries is on the Nets so, as would be expected, plenty of fans showed up with signs ridiculing the man. Ushers confiscated all Kardashian-related literature at the door. [The 700 Level]

Brent Celek Was Along for the Ride … A 35-year-old was driving a 2012 Audi on the on-ramp to I-95 in South Philly when it slammed into a concrete barrier. The driver was cited with a DUI. Eagles tight end Brent Celek was a backseat passenger. [CBS 3]

Joe Paterno’s Funeral Procession. Yesterday, thousands turned out to bid one final farewell to Joe Paterno as the coach’s funeral procession weaved through Penn State’s campus. Paterno was buried yesterday afternoon on the second of three days of planned services. Today, Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center will be at capacity for an afternoon memorial service in the coach’s honor. [Inquirer]

Teen Grabs the Wheel, Saves Bus Full of Students. A 17-year-old senior at Calvary Christian Academy saved a bus full of students by grabbing the wheel when the bus driver died of a heart attack and fell out of his seat. His body was blocking her access to the brake pedal so she made a U-turn and put the bus in park. [NBC Philadelphia]

Council Member Wants Bars Open Till 3 a.m. The idea is that the tax revenue from the extra hour of service would provide a little financial help for the Philadelphia School District. Extra time to booze for a good cause? We’ll drink to that. Cheers. [FOX 29]

31 Murders in 25 Days. Three more bodies hit the streets yesterday to bring the 2012 body count to 31 in just 25 days. Even 2007 only saw 28 murders through this point in the year, and that year ended with 391 killings. [NBC Philadelphia]