Sunday, February 10, 2013
Still looking for a Valentine's Day gift? Salon 360 has you covered.
Need a different idea for a Valentine’s Day gift other than the usual flowers and chocolate? Then look no further than Salon 360 in Huntingdon Valley. The beauty shop located in the Just-a-Farm Shopping Center is offering up Valentine’s Day specials for your special someone. You can have your Valentine primped and pampered before the romantic night out or cozy evening inside. Salon 360 will offer specials on blow-dry, style with curls, evening hair style, make-overs and manicures. These specials will run Thursday, Feb. 14, Feb. 15 and Feb. 16, so you can still take advantage of the deals over the weekend if you can’t celebrate the holiday on Thursday night. In order to take advantage of the special, you must call to schedule an appointment…
Police take man into custody, shopping at the Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop also make headlines.
Just in case you missed a day at Patch, which can happen but shouldn't (sign up for our free newsletters), here's a look at the top headlines around our area this week: Wawa Construction Moving Forward [Photos] Construction crews are continuing to work on the new Wawa gas station at the intersection of Red Lion Road and Philmont Avenue. Police Offering $2,500 Reward for Info on Lower Moreland Armed Robbery The Lower Moreland Police Department and the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office are looking for Michael Bivans after an armed robbery in Huntingdon Valley. Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop Selling a Variety of Unique Items If you can handle the snow, take a short ride over to the Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop this weekend. Forced Entry Burglary…
Saturday, February 9, 2013
If you can handle the snow, take a short ride over to the Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop this weekend.
From the Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop: Join us at the Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop (B.A.T.S.) for your weekend shopping. Enjoy the warm and inviting atmosphere and find items from the mundane to the truly unique... all at our low B.A.T.S. prices. B.A.T.S. sells a wide variety of items including clothing, furniture and household items. The Bryn Athyn Thrift Shop (B.A.T.S.) is located in an historic barn on Bryn Athyn Church property. The shop accepts donated quality items. Proceeds benefit the Bryn Athyn Church and its elementary school. For more on BATS, check out their web site.
Monday, February 4, 2013
There are some real treasures on the corner of Huntingdon Pike and Buck Road.
For the last eight years, the Furniture Lady, 2700 Buck Road, has been nestled away at the foot of Buck Rd. and Huntingdon Pike. It doesn't stand out with lavish signs and it's only open three days a week, but the vast array of furniture is really something to behold when stepping inside. What used to be gas station is now a fully-stocked showroom filled with antique pieces donated by members of the community. The non-profit charity works to reduce hunger and provide for those in need. "I've been here for the last eight years," owner Myra Jones said. "This building is owned by the Academy; it used to be a gas station. They gave me the rental and we've been here seven years this month. "People donate, and we do go to auction," she added. "…
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Are you tired of paying $50 for a t-shirt and other outrageous prices for clothing that should be cheaper? Then Thread Society might be your answer.
In today’s economy it seems like we overpay for everything. Whether it's gas for your car, groceries or clothes, everyone is searching for the best deal to make ends meet the best way possible. Some people may actually drive a little further to find a cheaper gas station than one that's closer by, while others may seek out discount food stores to do their shopping. Though with every “deal” you find, you’re probably sacrificing a little quality with it. But at Thread Society, you get a quality product at a quality price. Founded in August of 2012, Brandon Levithan and Michael Nemeroff’s company hopes to put an end to the $50 T-shirt trend. Levithan is a 2002 LM graduate while Nemeroff graduated in 2003. “The idea had been kicked around for …