December 18, 2006

Charity & Felipe

Ceremony: Saint Luke The Evangelist
Reception: Jenkintown Train Station

December 15, 2006

Thomas Joseph Hays

Thomas Joseph Hays | February 17, 1981 - December 8, 2006

Thomas Joseph Hays, a life long resident of Lower Merion and Narberth, PA., died Friday December 8, 2006 at his home in Narberth, of an epileptic seizure in his sleep. He was 25. Tom was an active volunteer fireman for the Merion Fire Company of Ardmore and Narberth Fire Company. Tom became an outstanding driver and operator of the company's apparatus and served as Treasurer of the Active Members Club. He would regularly fill in any open shifts and would give of his time during the holiday season so our paid men could spend time at home with their families. Year in and year out, Tom was always in the top five in drills and fire calls. Tom spent a short time in Ardmore, but has left us a lifetime of memories.

December 14, 2006

Cyndi Lauper

Music icon Cyndi Lauper judged the local competition for the remake of Alka-Seltzer's classic Plop Plop Fizz Fizz jingle at the Tweeter Center in Camden, NJ. Steve Liberace's winning jingle will be made into a commercial to air during the Pre-game of the Superbowl on February 4, 2007.


12.13.06 World Cafe Live
Philadelphia, PA

December 12, 2006

"Virtual Whale Watch"

Susan Dunswell, whale expert, brought her multi-media whale show to the Pre-kers at The Gateway School in Wynnewood, PA. As the students traveled on a simulated whale watch, they were introduced to a variety of sea animals that they might encounter on a boat journey in the Hawaiian Pacific.

John DeBella | 102.9 MGK

John DeBella stops in at the Main Line Times for a visit with a radio contest winner. DeBella was the number one radio personality and DJ in Philadelphia on WMMR until Howard Stern came and defeated him in the ratings. He wound up working on the same station Stern was working at (with Stern's approval). You can now catch his weekday morning show (5:30-9am) on Philadelphia's Classic Rock station 102.9 WMGK.

December 11, 2006

Tis The Season


JDN PHOTOGRAPHY is based on referrals, and as a way of thanking you for bringing us business from your friends and family you will receive a 10% commission for every photo shoot that is booked. My services include but are not limited to weddings, portraits, musicians, corporate and sporting events.

Happy Holidays!

December 9, 2006

PETSMART Santa Claws

Cody the Dalmation tries to escape back to his owner during a portrait with Santa. The event held at PETSMART raised money for the Pet Adoption and Lifecare Society.

December 6, 2006

Radnor Shooting

Police investigators tags evidence at the scene of yesterday's shooting in Radnor Township. Police said they received a report of a prowler at around 3:15 a.m. and that the man shot at them when they attempted to question him. He also later fired on Lower Merion Township police after they arrived as backup, police said. The gunman fired about 10 shots at police, but no officers were hit, according to reports.

Villanova University's south campus was on lockdown most of Wednesday morning as police searched the grounds for a gunman who opened fire on three Radnor officers in nearby Bryn Mawr.

The gunman remains at large despite an intensive manhunt that involved helicopters and SWAT teams.

November 12, 2006

Hope & Scott's Wedding

Ceremony and Reception: Philadelphia Cruise Terminal

November 7, 2006

Wharton Esherick Museum

In 1926, two years after he ceased painting and took up woodworking full time, Wharton Esherick laid the foundation for a rectangular stone studio and shop along the crest of Valley Forge Mountain. Over the next forty years, he continued to expand that building, eventually turning it into his home and finally declaring it finished in 1966. In the last interview he granted before his death in 1970, Esherick spoke of the structure as a kind of autobiography executed in wood. In fact, the house that is now the Wharton Esherick Museum is recognized as one of the most unique buildings in the United States and was declared a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior in 1993.