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Entries from September 21st, 2008

SS. Cosmas and Damian Italian Feast

September 21st, 2008 · 3 Comments · Food & Drink

Here is a great article on the history of SS Cosmas and Damian Church Feast.  I live within spitting distance of this church and my wife and I really enjoy attending the feast.  We are not Catholic and we don’t really do the rides or games of chance, but the food and people watching is […]

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Smoking Ban in Pennsylvania

September 12th, 2008 · No Comments · Food & Drink, News

This article made it into my inbox due to the usage of West Conshohocken bar Gypsy Saloon.  As a non-smoker, the smoking ban in Pennsylvania is welcome news.  As a frequent bar hopper in my not-so-distant youth, the smell of smoke on my clothes and scratchy throat at 2 AM was never a pleasant experience. […]

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A Public Thank You

September 9th, 2008 · No Comments · General, Photos & Videos, Politics

Kim (my now wife) and I didn’t have a good solution for pre-wedding pictures.  We knew both the ceremony and reception was to be held at 333 Belrose in Radnor.  We also knew we would be getting dressed in our home in Conshohocken.  A suitable place for pictures with the family and such was a […]

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Conshy Steelers, 7th Heaven and…

September 9th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Crime and Punishment

Sometimes the things that come across my email address just puts a big smile on my face.  This little tidbit about the coach of the Conshohocken Steelers, 7th Heaven, a man and his girlfriend (nothing like couples night at 7th Heaven!) who decided to settle their differences outside the strip club. I guess someone forgot […]

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Traffic Lights Out On Fayette & Elm This Morning

September 8th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Traffic

Anyone else get stuck this morning? It was not as bad for me, coming from the West side of town, as it is was for folks trying to cross the Matsonford Bridge from the East side of town.  The blinking yellows on the Fayette facing lights were easy enough to get though, but the blinking […]

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