By kaspeckman | March 28, 2012
In an attempt to feed people’s insatiable appetite for celebrity gossip, The Specktator and my trusted panel of reporters, the Eye-Team, report sightings of local luminaries (aka J-listers) and “real” stars about town, in a segment we affectionately refer to as “Invasion of Privacy.”
The Cathedral Arts project hosted its eighth annual Spring for the Arts event at Deerwood Golf & Country Club last weekend. Among the attendees were former owners of the Jacksonville Jaguars Delores and Wayne Weaver (who clearly need have their names removed from Jaguars.com), Mayor Alvin Brown (who isn’t nearly as entertaining as JaxMayorBrown on Twitter) and former Jaguars safety Donovin Darius (who was professionally stalked by a very tan member of The Specktator Eye-Team).
I didn’t hear much about the Weavers’ or Mayor Brown’s comportment (yes, I used my thesaurus for that one), but I did hear that Darius was all up in the grill of local philanthropist and volunteer extraordinaire Mary Virginia Terry, no doubt to solicit some support for his charity, the Donovin Darius Foundation, which seeks to “to equip and empower youth ages 8-18 for academic success, character and personal development, and healthy lifestyles.”
Not that I can blame the guy because if I had been there, I’d probably have been stalking her myself for my upcoming non-profit project, which you’ll be hearing about in the very near future.
Photo credits: Delores and Wayne Weaver, First Coast News & Daily Record; Mayor Alvin Brown, coj.net; and anonymous Eye-Team member and Donovin Darius, someone’s iPhone