Thursday, May 7, 2015

Congratulations to Spring Ford School District!

May 5, 2015 2:33 pm

The Chestnut Pointe Team wants to extend our congratulations to Spring Ford School District who recently ranked in the top school districts in Pennsylvania. According to https://k12.niche.com, Spring Ford School District ranked 29th in the top school districts in the state. This is a great acknowledgment for the Spring Ford District, congrats on the announcement!

Sincerely,

The Chestnut Pointe Team

Category: Life at Chestnut Pointe Apartments


See What Fresh Really Tastes Like at Legal Sea Foods

May 5, 2015 11:45 am

George Berkowitz was following in the footsteps of his father when he opened the first Legal Sea Foods in 1950—kind of. His father wasn't a restaurateur, but he was a small business owner of sorts. He ran the Legal Cash Market just next door for Berkowitz's Legal Sea Food. Its moniker actually inspired the name of George's seafood market. That market thrived for nearly 20 years until, in 1968, the Berkowitz clan took yet another chance on a new business: a seafood restaurant. It wasn't anything fancy, just broiled or fried seafood dished out on paper plates and eaten at picnic tables. But the seafood was so fresh that it wasn't long before a steady stream of regulars flowed in and out of the eatery.

Now more than six decades since the very first Legal Sea Foods debuted, George and son Roger have expanded the business to include locations up and down the East Coast. One resides at the King of Prussia Mall. It's a popular spot for a slightly upscale meal of fresh fish. Yelp reviewers particularly love the Maryland cream of crab soup, but you can also dig into Legal's signature crab cakes for dinner. The nutty Faroe Island salmon, Louisiana catfish, and seafood casserole are also good, hearty options. If you're ravenous, though, try one of the surf-and-turf options, such as baked stuffed shrimp with filet mignon.

Legal Sea Foods
680 W. Dekalb Pike
King of Prussia, PA 19406
(610) 265-5566
www.legalseafoods.com/restaurants/king-of-prussia-king-of-prussia-mall
www.yelp.com/biz/legal-sea-foods-king-of-prussia-king-of-prussia

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Keep Your Home Office Squeaky-Clean (and Germ-Free) With These Handy Tips

April 28, 2015 11:15 am

Is your home office one of the messiest spaces in your rental home? Here are some easy ways to clean your gadgets and electronics — and keep your office tidy and germ-free.

  1. Start by organizing your pesky wires and cords. This will help prevent fire hazards and eliminate the unattractive mess.Invest in some sturdy clips from office supply stores to keep them neatly wound.
  2. Clean your keyboard. You can’t exactly spray your keyboard with disinfectant, but you can clean it by unplugging it and shaking out the loose dirt. Use canned, compressed air to remove the rest of the dust from between the keys, then give it a wipe-down with a cloth dampened with cleaner.
  3. Wipe off your computer screen. Use a bit of water and a lint-free cloth. Don’t use cleaner, as it may damage the screen.
  4. Disinfect your cell phone or landline phone. Do this regularly, as the germs from your mouth spread very easily. Use a disinfectant wipe all over the phone, being careful that no drips get inside of the phone itself.
  5. Dust. If you have allergies, be sure to dust shelves, floors, and your desk regularly to prevent dust particles from infiltrating your home office.

How to Keep Home Office Equipment Clean [HGTV]
Step-By-Step: Keep a Clean Keyboard [PCWorld]
How To Clean Your Filthy Gadgets [Gizmodo]

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