any "fun" in the phoenixville area
Posted in the Phoenixville Forum
#1 Aug 17, 2009
anyone know of anything
#2 Aug 17, 2009
You're going to have to be a little more specific?
Garnet Valley, PA
#3 Aug 17, 2009
streaking down bridge street sounds fun to me ;)
#4 Aug 18, 2009
That does sound like fun jeff.
#5 Aug 22, 2009
#6 Aug 22, 2009
There is a Tai Chi class at Reeves Park on saturday mornings/ thanks Roddy/
#7 Sep 2, 2009
If thats all you have then this town is pretty boring.
#8 Oct 20, 2009
still haven't defined your idea of fun. it is in PA , so you will sort of have to make your own fun.
#9 Sep 28, 2011
Are there any sexy clubs in P ville
#10 Sep 28, 2011
Just ask John from King of Prussia. He just loves Phoenixville.
#11 Oct 13, 2011
Ahhh, the moron brigade (Sam) is back....
Let's see what/why I defend phoenixville and then you tell me what you hate it so much..
I live there...do you?
My house was recently appraised, certainly not overpriced, like some say it is...
Dangerous? No... like any other place, you have good areas and bad areas...
Things to do for fun? Yes... if you want to go out (dinner, drinks, whatever), you can go to bridge street and get a wide selection... or you can go off bridge street and find PLENTY of restaurants (sly fox, grid iron, Joes)..
If you are looking for something fun, there are constantly events and festivals happening and they are easy to find out about... Also, local to a lot of great towns as well...
Anything else Sam? Or do you just like to stand behind idiotic statements like 'this place sucks'...you have a jonesing to rip the town, but its funny, all you can ever talk about is a store closing... I'm sure store closings don't happen in Beverly Hills...I mean Collegeville....
Go ahead, let's hear some more intelligent talk ...
#12 Oct 13, 2011
Yo John, What's up with Sam. P ville has so much to offer. I loved the Oktoberfest and 1st Fridays. The restaurant selection is numerous like Molly's, PJ's, Ironhill and the classic Columbia Hotel. Can't wait until the fire bird festival and the holiday parades. Fun is where you make it. My favorite place to go eat is now the Guatemalan restaurant on Main street. Gotta try it and give them some business. Just don't be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
#13 Oct 19, 2011
I hear you Joe... Sam is an idiot, and everyone knows one of them. Like I said, if you look at his hate on Phoenixville it's centered around brilliant statements like "This place is going back to the dark ages"...but doesn't say why. "this place sucks"...ummm, ok, brilliant sam.
Agree. Every town in america has places to 'avoid', but if you are just looking to go out and have a good time, chances are you won't run into these places. He's a hater and we all know "haters are gonna hate", no matter what.
#14 Oct 20, 2011
Pennhurst is open again I believe, I wonder if they changed anything up for this year to keep
it " fresh" ?
#15 Oct 22, 2011
Both John and Joe can slither around all the holes in and around P ville they want. It is not hate that I spew, just hard cold facts and the fact is that the town is dying. Maybe the two of you can take a walk around hand in hand and finally see it for yourselves.
#16 Oct 24, 2011
Maybe some one should call the A-team to come get rid of the bad people in town?
#17 Oct 26, 2011
Sam - How is 'the town is dying' a fact?
See what I'm talking about.... your hatred is nothing but garbage. You base nothing other than lame opinions. You don't like it? fine...but if that's the case, no need to trash the hole city.
Just admit, you are wrong, you have no idea what you are talking about and go back to watching cartoons.
#18 Nov 8, 2011
Dear John and Joe,
Man Pleads Guilty to Several Offenses After Passing Out on Restricted Property
Police responded to a report of a subject lying next to a building in the 300 block of High Street on Oct. 4 at 8:40 a.m.
Upon arrival, a sergeant spoke with Gregory Schiele Jr., 40, who was reportedly lying in an area posted against trespass.
After investigating further, police discovered that Schiele had also allegedly kicked in an apartment door. He was cited for disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, criminal mischief and trespass. He pleaded guilty to all four offenses in district court.
Off-Duty Officers Nab Man Allegedly Involved in Fight on Bridge Street
According to a police report, Donald E. Hill, 27, of Pottstown, was involved in a fight at the 212 Bridge St. and he fled upon police arrival.
Two off-duty officers caught and detained Hill on Prospect Street. The incident occurred on Oct. 8 at approximately 2:01 a.m.
Hill was arrested for disorderly conduct and released.
Large Fight on Bridge Street
An officer observed a large group fighting in the 200 block of Bridge Street on Oct. 9 at 2:02 a.m.
Two males were identified as Justin Gombino, 27, and Andrew Rook, 23. They were both taken to the ground and handcuffed, according to the police report.
At the same time, another group was fighting from the same altercation. That group headed up toward the intersection and other officers intercepted them.
The two who were arrested were cited for disorderly conduct.
Tires Stolen on Ridge Avenue
The car was sideswiped, according to police. The damage was on the drivers side doors and the incident occurred in the 200 block of Church Street.
No items were missing from the vehicle. The incident occurred in the 4200 block of Eland Downe.
Disturbance on Westridge Drive
A woman called her daughter to report that a man later identified as Joe DPuia, 47, was arguing with her and grabbed her cane and pushed her because he thought she was going to hit him.
Police arrived to find DPuia allegedly intoxicated and screaming. He was arrested for public drunkenness. The alleged incident occurred in the 800 block of Westridge Drive on Oct. 3 at approximately 10:53 p.m.
Boy Reportedly Injured as Minors Fight on Gay Street
Police responded on Oct. 10 at 3:23 p.m. to find a 13-year-old boy with minor bruising on the left side of his face following a fight with a 14-year-old boy.
A man told police that a subject left without paying a bill at Al-Basha Hookah Bar at 31 S. Main St. shortly before 12:07 a.m. on Oct. 2.
Hit and Run at Washington and Lincoln
Brick Tossed Through Window on Main Street
A man reported that someone threw a brick through his living room window sometime before 10:47 p.m. on Oct. 10.
Police responded to the 700 block of Main Street and saw a white stone on the mans floor.
Air Conditioner Pushed Through Window at Hookah Bar
On Oct. 7 at 12:11 a.m., someone called to report that two males pushed an air conditioner through the window of Al-Basha at 31 S. Main St.
One man was described as a white male wearing a dark hoodie and blue jeans and a black male wearing a dark hoodie and black jeans. The pair then allegedly fled down Main Street. Officers checked the area but couldnt find the men.
Add to that 16 abandoned store fronts on Bridge street.
You wanted proof. I rest my case.
#19 Nov 9, 2011
#20 Dec 8, 2011
Wait? Let me get this straight. Phoenixville has crime happening? Hold on, let me grasp that concept. Wow, you know what, you are right.
Make sure you stay out of phoenixville, because things happened there like disorderly conduct and fights. Robbery even. Make sure you go somewhere else, where there is no crime. Phewww, thanks for clearing that up Sam... brilliant investigative work. I'm also glad Phoenxiville has the thing called a 'police blotter'. I guess we are the only town that has it, since we are the only town with crime... Again, thanks for making us all aware of this...you are a very wise/smart man.
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