Thursday, March 7, 2013
The West Main Street bar and restaurant is undergoing renovations as it hits its one year in business—just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
Lansdale Tavern, at 839 W. Main St., Lansdale, raises the glasses Friday and toasts its one-year anniversary. The bar and restaurant—formerly Huey's and, before that, My Friend's Place—is, at present, undergoing renovations, but remains open for business. A brand-new hardwood floor graces the bar area and dining room; the green carpet is no more. New gray tile adorns the floor behind the bar. Gone are the booths in the bar area, soon to be replaced with high-top tables. New wainscoating accents the bar area and dining room. The bathrooms will be getting a makeover too, complete with new floor tiles and new fixtures. The major renovations will take place Sunday night into Monday, in anticipation of St. Patrick's Day entertainment. "We want…
Thursday, February 14, 2013
We asked Patch readers to share love stories for Valentine's Day. Joyce Kulp shared the love story and photo of her parents, Leo aka Sonny and Dee Szymanski, who celebrate 60 years of marriage today
There's nothing better than marriage on Valentine's Day. Reader Joyce Kulp, of Lansdale, shared a love story, but it wasn't her own. This love story was of her parents, Leo (Sonny) and Dee Szymanski, of Lansdale. "My parents are celebrating 60 years of marriage today!" Kulp said. "They are the best two parents and grandparents in the whole, wide world." Kulp said Sonny and Dee met in Ford City, Pa., located an hour outside Pittsburgh. "That was 60-plus years ago," she said. "The rest is a storybook of love!" Share your love story and photo at email@example.com.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Physical Therapy and Wellness Institute cut a ribbon at its Lansdale location, commemorating a decade of getting folks to a higher level of performance and providing quality-driven physical therapy and fitness
A business can do a lot in 10 years. For Physical Therapy and Wellness Institute, that means changing the lives of 21,000 patients and having 220,000 visits through the front doors of their four locations. "That's a lot to be proud of, and it's because of the people that are here," said owner Robert Babb during PTW's 10th anniversary celebration last Thursday. "We do pride ourselves on keeping our principles in mind. The reason why we are here today is to restate those principles and understand how important that is to have the patient feel like the patient's first, regardless of what the insurance says or regardless of what the case manager says. We remain flexible in all parts of our day." Babb said July 3, 2002 was the first time that …