Wednesday, April 3, 2013
See which area restaurants are getting the most reservations.
If you are looking for a place to eat in the Greater Philadelphia Area, you might want to call ahead. OpenTable has a list of the most-booked restaurants in Greater Philadelphia, from Center City to its Western Suburbs. You can review the website here. Plenty of area restaurants have made the most-booked list. Check them out below: White Dog Café (Wayne) This Wayne restaurant deals in “upscale, healthy dining” and boasts an “upscale atmosphere,” according to its listing on Radnor Patch. Check out more on the restaurant here. Iron Hill Brewery (Media) Iron Hill restaurants are located throughout the Greater Philly area, but its Media location is especially busy, according to Open Table. The restaurant and bar boasts a number of on-site …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Check out Media Patch's Top 20 news stories from 2012.
Media Patch's most-read stories of 2012 reflect tragedy, new business and Hurricane Sandy. The top story of 2012 was the announcement of a federal investigation of Springton Lake Middle School's principal. Readers speculated why he is being investigated but as we enter 2013 we still don't know the answer. The opening of My Three Sons Hot Dogs was a very close second, for the most-read stories of 2012, in fact only slightly shy of hitting the No. 1 spot. Sadly, we also had several tragic deaths and accidents this year and they too were largely read on Media Patch. Below is a list of Media Patch's Top 20 most-read stories from 2012. Check out the Top 2012 Business Stories here and the Year in Photos here. And if you want a look back at …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Check out Media Patch's Top 10 business stories from 2012.
Media Patch's 2012 business stories had more highs than lows. Several new businesses opened in the Media Patch area and had folks excited, My Three Sons Hot Dogs, Spasso and Diego's topped the charts and each made the list twice. We had some closures too, including Zac's Hamburgers on State Street. Below is a list of Media Patch's Top 10 most-read business stories from 2012. Don't forget to cast your vote for the best new business of 2012, too. Which is your new favorite? Check out the Year in Photos here. And if you want a look back at 2011's Top Business stories, click here.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
See which houses in Media Patch sold for more than $670,000 in 2012.
The following homes sold in the Media Patch area for more than $670,000 in 2012. Check out last year's most expensive homes sold too.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Check out some of Media Patch's best photos and videos from 2012.
It is true that a picture can say a thousand words so view our photo gallery of just a few of Media Patch's 2012 photos. Then take a look at a few of our more popular videos too. Happy Holidays.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
See which houses in Media Patch sold for more than $600,000 in 2011.
The following homes sold in the Media Patch area for more than $600,000 in 2011.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Check out Media Patch's Year in Photos and Videos from 2011.
It is true that a picture can say a thousand words so view our photo gallery of just a few of Media Patch's 2011 photos. Then take a look at a few of our more popular videos too. Be sure to check out our Top 10 News, Top 10 Sports and Top 10 Business stories of 2011. See what people have been reading all year. And read our reflection on Media Patch's First Year. Happy New Year.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Media Patch checks out the best-sellers of the year, both fiction and non-fiction.
Many books this year received much notariety and press, like the Harry Potter series and Steve Jobs' biography. Which made the New York Times' Best Seller List? The books that got the top nod include Stephen King's 52nd novel and some non-fiction books in a wide array of genres, from biography to history. FICTION-Combined Print and eBook NON-FICTION-Combined Print and eBook And the winner of the best-selling books of all time... A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, which was written in 1859.
Media Patch brings you the most popular hits of the big screen this year.
The year has wound down, and the blockbuster movie hits of 2011 are now in the history books. Which movies really made their mark, and grossed the most sales? The year is notable for containing the release of the most film sequels in a single year, 28 in fact. From the world famous Harry Potter series, to popular action flick, Transformers, to a comedy, the sequel surely rules the box office of 2011. The top 10 below are rated by boxofficemojo.com. 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows—$381 Million 2. Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 4. The Hangover Part 2 5. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 6. Fast Five 7. Cars 2 8. Thor 9. Rise of the Planet of the Apes 10. Captain America: The First …
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Check out Media Patch's Top 10 news stories from 2011.
Media Patch's most read stories of 2011 reflect tragedy, new business and the power of a rumor. The top story of 2011 was our attempt to dispel a rumor that the Granite Run Mall was closing. After months of many people saying the shopping mall was closing down, we tried to set the record straight. That story continues to be a heavy hitter today and was read almost three times more than the No. 2 story of 2011. Sadly, we also had several tragic deaths, fires and accidents this year and they too were largely read on Media Patch. Below is a list of Media Patch's Top 10 news and most read stories from 2011. 1. Granite Run Mall is NOT Closing Media Patch attempts to clear up the mall rumor. The Granite Run Mall is not closing. 2. 1 Person…