News & Gossip Tonight, Council’s Parking and Transportation Committee will discuss a proposal to close West 2nd Avenue (pictured above) between Fayette and Forrest Streets to expand the Veterans Memorial Park. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Borough Hall at 8th and Fayette. Residents at the apartments on the river have flood fatigue. Conshy resident Sharone Weizman was […]
I got an email today asking about a new woman’s boutique that is rumored to be opening in Conshy. I hadn’t heard anything about it and was referred to an advertisement on Craigslist.com that was posted under Jobs. I thought someone might just be confused and thinking of OBVI, which opened a few months ago, so I emailed the owner […]
It is always interesting to see what people are searching for on the Internet to eventually land on MoreThanTheCurve.com. If you remove all the variations of the “MoreThanTheCurve” the top search words and phrases for the last week are: Goldschlager with 49 searches Conshohocken with 37 searches Jillian Mele with 31 searches I Fall In Conshy with 17 searches Conshohocken […]
Debbie Hufnagel and Beth Saunders are holding a ’50/50 Friendraiser’ at Hufnagel’s home in Conshohocken on Thursday, September 22nd from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The evening will raise money and awareness for two charities: Cradles to Crayons and JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). For complete details click here.
As we reported earlier in the week, Conshy is launching a community garden. You can learn more about the garden by clicking here and you can submit an application for a 10′ x 10′ plot by clicking here.
How did you come to live and/or work in Conshohocken? I was interested in buying a home in the Philadelphia area after renting for three years post-college. At the time, I was dating someone in Conshohocken and would frequent the bars and restaurants along Fayette and the shopping in Plymouth Meeting and King of Prussia. It wasn’t long before I […]
How many times have you watched the news, to see complete devastation from raging flood waters, and think to yourself, that can never happen to your home? You know, the aerial views of just the rooftops of endless homes, submerged in nothing but muddy water? You justify your thoughts with statements such as “ I do not live in a […]
Updated at 11:04 a.m. – This is a view from the ground parking level at Five Tower Bridge. They’ve blocked off several parking areas in anticipation of rising river water. All the rain has caused the river to overflow its bank for the second time in less than a month. This is a view from the 5th floor of the […]
Angela Travaglini, pictured above, held an Open House for Sol Yoga Studio at 117 Ridge Pike in Conshohocken last evening. The studio opens today. They offer power yoga classes for adults. Power Yoga is an athletic style of yoga that connects breath with movement. You will flow from pose to pose to keep the heart rate up while getting in […]
As we reported a couple weeks ago, the Maloney brothers opted out of their agreement at the Olde Mansion House after a year and the location has been shuttered for a few months. I drove by recently and noticed a LCB orange sticker in the window. The sticker is basically stating that the license is being transferred back from Maloney’s […]