Still need a gift for your loved one? Pop-up Valentine's Day gift stands are scattered along Street Road.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
If you're single on Valentine's Day, the world is your oyster!
If you haven’t been shot with Cupid’s arrow yet or your Valentine is yet to be found because he or she is still hiding under a rock, fear not. You have a whole list of things to celebrate on Feb. 14, also known to many as Singles Awareness Day. It’s great to be single on Valentine's Day because you don’t have to please anyone or care about anyone’s opinion of what you want to do. Get a group together and go to a fun restaurant in Warminster such as Sertino's Cafe or Mike's York Street Bar & Grill. If dining out isn’t your thing, try out a exercise class at Planet Fitness with friends to get your endorphin count up. You also have the freedom to date around. Take the plunge into the world of online dating, sign up for a site—you can always …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Here's a guide to great Valentine's Day gifts to purchase in Warminster.
To help you think outside the (chocolate) box for Valentine’s Day gifts for your sweetie, here’s a list of places to go shopping, wine, dine, and be merry in Warminster. Tony’s Place Bar and Grille Where: 1297 Greeley Ave., Warminster What: Special chef’s menu includes lobster ravioli, surf & turf and heart-shaped tomato pies (Feb. 14-17). On Valentine’s Day, women receive complimentary box of chocolate truffles. Reservations strongly suggested. King of Tarts Bakery Where: 1414 Old York Rd., Warminster What: Large variety of Valentine’s Day-themed pastries and goodies. Chocolate covered strawberries, large and small heart-shaped strawberry shortcake and petit fore (small poundcake topped with delicious decorations and wrapped in a gold box…
Monday, February 13, 2012
Looking for creative ways to show your love this Hallmark holiday? The Brunette Lucy has some ideas.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day; the day when a half-naked cherub flits and flies about, randomly slinging arrows into people’s hearts. Good thing Valentine’s Day doesn’t fall during hunting season, or someone might shoot back. Women usually look forward to this day, but many men, on the other hand, see it as penance for Super Bowl Sunday. We’ve been inundated with commercials touting this or that product as the perfect gift for the special day. Normally, it’s chocolates, jewelry and flowers. But I’ve also noticed some rather unusual gifts being advertised, things such as giant teddy bears and hooded footie pajamas. To me, they don’t make sense. One would hope that on this special day, men would want women to be cuddling with them, not some …
Monday, February 6, 2012
Where is the best place in Warminster to spend the romantic holiday?
What do you think is the best place in Warminster to take your significant other to celebrate Valentine's Day? Is it dinner for two at: Roman Delight, Augusto's, Angelo's Empre Famiglia or the Garden Terrace at the Spring Mill Country Club? During the weekend, you could set up a private horseback riding session at Rolling Coach Stables or go ice skating at the Bucks County Ice Sports Center. Or, you can keep things loose and bowl a couple frames at Thunderbird Lanes. Vote for your favorite in the survey below and don't forget to click on the links above and rate the business on its Patch Place listing. You can even leave a review. If there is another local spot that we missed, tell us in the comments section below. If you like to go …
Monday, February 14, 2011
Finding love at any age.
Wisdom does come with age, according to pharmacologist and author, Professor Susan Greenfield. Greenfield states on links2love.com that although our bodies may deteriorate, our minds can develop and our consciousness can deepen as long as we stimulate the brain, which strengthens the networks of connections. Strengthening these connections can be as easy as finding someone to share your life with, especially in your senior years. Two couples who can attest to this can be found most days at the Ben Wilson Senior Center on Delmont Ave. Pat and Maria DA'Gostino of Hatboro have been married for 53 years. At that time, Pat's family owned a bar called the Bristol Road Manor Bar, where he met Maria, the woman he would soon marry. Maria was …