Month: October 2010

Old Bay Deviled Eggs

Editor’s Note: This recipe is one that I might or probably should reserve for the 4th of July, but it’s so very good I thought why not serve it over the holidays?  I would pair it with Conundrum, or a…

Renowned Organist to Visit Good Shepherd Church

Renowned organist, Felix Hell, will be performing at Good Shepherd Church in King of Prussia on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 3:00 p.m.  You are invited to come enjoy a fantastic concert by this world class performer.  There is no…

The King of Prussia Payers present: Meet Me in St. Louis

THE KING OF PRUSSIA PLAYERS www.kofpplayers.org To arrange for interviews and/or photos, to reserve complimentary tickets for reviewers, or for more information, please contact director Laurel Smith at (610) 937-0400. To confirm ticket prices, please visit www.kofpplayers.org. Please use the…

Whatever Became of….

Whatever Became of…. Whatever became of those wonderful old objects from our past?  You know, those things you looked at all the time and took for granted when they were here, but now that they’re gone you wish you could…

28 Votes

28 Votes by Albert Paschall What is interesting about watching an election in the People’s Republic of China?  Nothing.  The important ones are held behind closed doors. Three hundred, seventy people, gathered recently in Beijing to unanimously anoint Xi Jimping…

Good Shepherd Church

Good Shepherd Church is enjoying a year of change and growing energy with the addition of a new pastor, new music director and new youth director! Good Shepherd Church joyfully welcomes beloved Pastor Julie DeWerth. Pastor Julie is a proud…

Girls Volleyball Clinic-CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS POST

Girls Volleyball Clinic Girls Volleyball Clinic Calling all girls volleyball players!  Mother of Divine Providence School at 405 Allendale Rd. in King of Prussia will be hosting a girls’ Club Volleyball Tryout Clinic to be held in the school gym…

Tough Times Down on the Farm

Tough Times Down on the Farm But PA agriculture has a positive outlook-By: Lowman S. Henry Although Pennsylvania is often characterized as an “industrial state,” agriculture is actually the state’s number one business.  A recent poll of farmers across Penn’s…