Author Archives: Meagan

About Meagan

I'm a long-time Ardmore, PA resident, and I love my home town!

Lower Merion Footage in New Kobe Bryant Commercial

This comes via Philly.com. As you no doubt know, Kobe Bryant graduated from Lower Merion High School in Ardmore and was a superstar high school player. A new commercial features a snippet of footage from his LMHS days. Go to … Continue reading

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Brownies is Now 23 East

Hi friends! Sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I’ve been taking a little bit of a break from the blog, but I’m back now. Happy New Year! Just wanted to do a quick post on Brownies 23 East at … Continue reading

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Kicking Off 2013 in Ardmore

Looking for somewhere to hang out in Ardmore for New Year’s? There are quite a few options. Take your pick! I will add to this list if I hear of anything else happening. Brownie’s: New Year’s with Chico’s Vibe. $50 … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

The next few days I will be busy with family gatherings, holiday parties, and last-minute Christmas preparations, so before things get too crazy, I want to wish all of you happy holidays! I hope you all get a chance to … Continue reading

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Statements from Lower Merion and Haverford School Districts

Friday was a difficult day for many people as news came of the tragedy in Newtown, CT. As we all deal with our grief, sadness, and questions, I want to share some information that Ardmore’s two school districts posted online … Continue reading

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In the Air with Local Artist Deirdre Murphy

One of the things I like most about this blog is that I get to meet people I wouldn’t in my day-to-day life around Ardmore. Who has time to chitchat when you’re running to the grocery store to pick up … Continue reading

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A Tour of Saint Mary’s Historic Ardmore Church

If you’ve ever gone to the post office on Ardmore Avenue, you’ve probably driven or walked by Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church on the opposite corner. But did you know that the church is one of Ardmore’s most historical buildings? Saint … Continue reading

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