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masked gunman targets a popular sports bar in center city. we're starting -- ending the weekend with the colder temperatures, some of the coldest air of the week is on the i -- way. let's go outside to chris sowers. >> reporter: people are in heavier coats and i saw a couple of folks wearing hats out there, it's not feeling like the middle of may, more like the end of march. 54 degrees in philadelphia. it's blustery. with the wind it feels like 46. 52 in allentown. reading, not out of the 40s. trenton, 56. dover, 56 and cape may a pair of 5s. blustery with the winds. wind speeds 32 in wilmington, 26 in philadelphia. 31 in dover. satellite and radar with an upper level low approaching from
the west, very limited sunshine is expected the rest of the way. we'll go mostly cloudy. it will be a struggle to reach 58 to 60. if you're heading to citizens bank park, 1:35 start, windy and chilly under a mostly cloudy sky. you'll need something with sleeves. 57 by the first pitch, 9th pitch, 59. we should be 74, so we're a good 14 degrees below average. overnight tonight, the numbers drop off the cliff. frost possible for the lehigh valley. freeze watch in the poconos. next week warmth in the delaware and lehigh valleys. 70s from wednesday on, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday. we have to get through tonight first. i'll have the details how low the numbers get in the exclusive
accuweather seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. guys. developing this noon, a person is in custody after a deadly fire at a bucks county motel. the blaze broke out early morning at the lincoln motel in bensalem. trish hartman has been following the story all morning long. trish what is the latest information on the situation? >> reporter: police just wrapped up their investigation at the lincoln motel they were here for almost 8 hours after they were called for the deadly fire. police say one person is dead and one is in custody. no word yet on charges for the suspect. investigators are trying to piece together how the fire started. firefighters were called to the lincoln motel on lincoln highway at 2:30 a.m. arrived to heavy smoke and flames. guests woke up to fire alarms and screaming. i was scared, we were going to go back to sleep. when i heard someone screaming get out, get out, fire. this is not a joke it's real.
officers were called in the early morning hours for the fire. the fire suspected suspicious in nature. we have a confirmed victim inside. police say the fire was under control in 30 minutes. one victim was discovered inside the motel and some were rescued from the second floor. one guest said he heard someone screaming for help when he made his way out of the building. i heard a guy screaming help help i couldn't get out of the bed. we couldn't walk past, it was too smoky. back here live at the lincoln motel you can see a number of broken windows and broken glass around from where firefighters had to enter the building. there are a number of businesses in the area and the police spent time looking for video that may
help in the havings. we in the investigation. we are waiting to learn the identity of the victim and the suspect. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." it is now 12:05, a woman in her early 20s is fighting for her life after being shot 6 times in the tioga section of philadelphia. it happened on the 3800 block of north 13th street. the woman was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. two men were hurt trying to escape the gunfire. police are trying to piece together what happened. officers found more than 30 shell casings at the scene. police are searching for a masked gunman who held up a center city sports bar. the suspect walked in the tavern on broad and took cash from the manager and ran off. it's located on the 200 block of south broad. nobody was hurt in the holdup. police are which canning -- checking surveillance for any
leads. police are looking for the cause of a crash of two teens on the their way home from their prom. they died hours after their prom at bridgeton high school. they attended an after-prom party in ocean city and were heading home. the car veered off route 49 in maurice river township and hit a tree. those who knew the families are trying to come to grips with the sudden loss. they are meant to enjoy this moment. >> reporter: we learned there were two other girls in the car, both in the hospital. the car crashed the same day as the funeral for another student who died in a crash two weeks ago. the search continues for the cruiseship passenger who fell overboard in the gulf of mexico.
>> reporter: carnival crews officials trying to figure out how the mother of four went overboard plunging into the gulf of mexico. the mysterious fall apparently going unnoticed for hours. it's time -- it's hard to have a fun vacation when somebody fell overboard. she fell from ten stories up. officials believe it happened at 2:00 a.m., her traveling companions did not report her as missing until much later in the day. when they did, passengers say the ship was put you on lockdown. the cabin stewart came in and said he was here to check the cabin, the shower, the bed and the balcony. >> reporter: they checked the surveillance videos finding the fall was captured on camera. we have concluded from our cameras it appears she may have
fallen in the water early in the morning. >> reporter: the crews notified coast guard friday evening 15 hours after she went overboard. they did not know that the passenger went overboard until they searched through the cameras 15 hours later. the crews line saying they followed standard protocol. the cruise line saying overboard incidents are very rare. the coast guard admits it will be tough to find her after so much time, because the water is so warm they believe she could still be alive and so for now, they will keep searching. marcy gonzalez, abc noose -- news, bayone new jersey.
president obama will speak at the rutgers 250th commencement address. 12,000 graduates are expected to attend the ceremony that begins in 20 minutes. the action cam was at the camden campus this morning where hundreds boarded buses for the main campus. some told "action news" they were overwhelmed that the president will address them. i'm excited just to to see barack obama our first black president and the last year of his presidency, i'm very excited to see him. it's the result of a two year lobbing effort by the school and the congressional delegation. republican donald trump and vice president biden will be in philadelphia attending the penn 's college of arts an sciences graduation.
john boehner attended the notre dame university graduation, he received the 2016 medal the oldest horn given to american catholic also. looking to get rid of wrinkles. researchers say they have come up with something new that can make bagsance wrinkles -- bags and wrinkles disappear. president obama appears with a hip hop star with a new warning about drugs and addiction. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
>> so glad you stayed with us, pizza hut is going where no restaurant has gone before. it set a new record for highest elevation pizza delivery by delivering a pie to the top of mount kilimanjaro, especially designed pizza backpacks were used in this. at 19,000 feet it is the highest mountain. the delivery celebrates their new restaurant in tan as tanzan. was it still hot? that's a great question. >> reporter: get you outside, and show you what's going on, looking live at the camden warm front. the chris actual clear skies we had this morning have turned gray as the clouds are rolling in here, upper level low pressure approaching from the west, it will reinforce the
chilly air overnight tonight. the lows in the 30s, north and west of the city. double scan live picking up spritzes and sprinkles north and west of philadelphia. an optimistic forecasted high of 60 degrees, this will be a struggle. i think we'll top out around 57 or 58. nonetheless we should be at 74. we're well off the mark today. 49 in reading. 52 in in allentown. dover, 55. we're generally 15 to 20 degrees cooler than the same time yesterday. yesterday started out pretty nice. temperatures were in the mid 70s before the rain swung through. today it's a completely different story. there's the upper level low. you see the counter clockwise swirl that's reinforcing the chilly air and pushing the cloud cover in. from this point on, that's about all she wrote for the sun.
you may see a few peeks from this point on. it's snowing in northwestern portions of pennsylvania. bradford reporting light snow. sprinkles are possible for us later this afternoon. as we get into tomorrow we'll see the return of sunshine. high pressure which is situated out here slides on through. surface maps today shows the blustery breeze whipping around 20 to 30 miles per hour out of the west/northwest under mostly cloudy skies. 2:00 p.m., one or two areas picking up sprinkle or shower, not a big deal. same thing at 6:00 p.m. once we lose the sun, we'll lose the cloud cover and we're losing the heating mechanism. overnight tonight, clear, chilly, temperatures dropping off. monday should be cloud free with temperatures climbing back up into the mid 60s. the model has us at 58. that's where we'll top out at.
50 in reading, lancaster, 52. overnight tonight looking like the middle of march. 36 in reading, 34 in allentown. frost is possible in the lehigh valley. there's a freeze watch in the poconos. the model has them down to 33. 40 for millville, and trenton, 38. cloudy afternoon sprinkle is possible, breezy, 60 degrees is the forecasted high. it will feel like the upper 40s, low 50s throughout the day. overnight tonight, 37 degrees outlying suburbs, 44 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, quick rebound tomorrow, back up to 65. a little breezy, but not as windy, it will feel better. cloudy for tuesday, rain moving in during the afternoon, 64. a couple of leftover showers wednesday morning, otherwise clouds giving way to limited sun. thursday, friday, saturday, look nice at this point. assuming nothing changes. high temperatures each and
everyday will be in the low to mid 70s which is close to where we should be for this time of the year. we have work to do this afternoon. it's chilly. you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day on our website 6abc.com/weather. president obama is teaming up with a grammy award winner for a person message about addiction. i've used prescription drugs and i battled addiction. if i had not gotten the help when i needed it, i would not be here teed. the. -- today. obama said overdoses now take more lives than car accidents and many times the drugs are prescribed by a doctor. this summer, mtv plans to air a documentary that includes a conversation between the president and the hip hop
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so glad you stayed with us, it happens to millions of people as they get older, they need reading glasses to see close up. now there's a new procedure called the camera inlay, a small plastic disk a third of the size of the contact lens and quarter of a thickness of human hair. it is implanted into the cornea. it takes 20 minutes and the patient can go home. for 50-year-old donna who was always using her glasses it was working. i can read my recipes and see everything i need to do. him. this is a reversible procedure, but the vision may not go back to where it was
after the inlay is removed. researchers at harvard and myth have created a buzz on an amazing wrinkle smoother. it's called second skin it can be painted on, when they dry they make wrinkles and under eye bags disappear. the eye on the left was treated. the eye on the right was not. so far no one has any irritation or reaction. researchers hope to have enough data on the second skin to put it before the fda. in the case of the never ending cract, this involves a man home alarm system it's important when considering any agreement. frustrated that's how mary anne felt when canceling a
contract forebrother -- for her brother who has a disability. i have names, dates and telephone numbers. my brother fred lived in philadelphia, he was going to move. and he had signed a contract rnlgt. >> reporter: for five years, she said her brother can't read beyond the first grade level. the contract indicated you must send the letter two months brighter moving to disconnect. >> reporter: she typed and sent this letter in january 2015, but they continue withdrawing from her brother's account until july and sent bills. the next bill said you must pay immediately 261. the next bill said 314.84. it just kept going. >> reporter: finally she sent a letter to someone else. i sent one to nydia han
asking for her help because i had spent 9 months trying to solve it. >> reporter: mission accomplished, they canceled the contract and gave the family a refund for the payments debited after the service was disconnected, $400. they said our focus on superior service helped us earn an a-plus rating from the better business bureau. bbb said they do not have a rating and that is 2,046 complaints filed against it in the past three years. 791 closed in the last 12 months. they have identified a pattern of complaints where they continue to auto bill and auto debit consumers accounts after they canceled services. they are going to implement a
process to streamline things to discontinue the service. we're very happy with what your team did. >> reporter: read the contract for how and when you can cancel. search a company's complaint history to see if others had trouble canceling. okay, if you have a case for the trouble shoorpts -- shooters contact me through social media or 6abc.com. or call us weekdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. we hope to hear from you. there's much more to kim on "action news," the phillies are hoping to beat the reds after another win last night. this one was a nail biter. that's next in sports.
turning to sports, the phillies wrap up their series against cincinnati at citizens bank park. they hope to make it a clean sweep. they beat the reds in one of the most exiting plays in baseball. they were in trouble in the top of the 9th inning. the reds had runners on second and third base with one out. tyler goodell caught the ball and gunned it all the way to home plate to catcher cameron ruf who held on to the ball and made a heart-pounding double play that ended the game. we had to make it a one-run game, what a throw by goodell. great execution and great way to win the game. phillies win the game, 4-3. they are 7 games over 500 for
the first time in five years. nascar sprint cup series takes to the track at dover monster mile. the race begins at 1:00 p.m. this morning people took a walk through the navy yard of philadelphia to combat hatred. the action cam was at the navy yard for the two mile defamation league 2-mile against hate began. 6abc a proud media sponsor you justice saw erin o'hern she was emcee. it was to celebrate diversity and equal rights for all antibullying program. another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. one person is dead and another in custody following a suspicious motel fire in bensalem, bucks county. we'll have a live report from the scene. plus, democrat, hillary
charter bus crash that killed 8 people and injured dozens more in texas. helping our wounded warriors. hundreds of runners racing up to help get veterans into new homes. more on those stories, but first outside we go to chris sowers for the accuweather forecast. you were jumping around and dancing, now you're more mellow. >> reporter: i was exaggerating out here. now that the winds stops it's feeling like march. 45 in tanersville. martins creek, 55. warrington, 53. chester and center city showing 54. 56 for glassboro, 57 in gandys beach and vineland. smyrna, 5. on the boards in atlantic city, 57 degrees. a quick reminder if you're a boater you know this, for the jersey shore, as well as the delaware bay region we have a small craft advisory in effect.
seas building 3 to 6 feet. wind gusting 20 to 0 miles per hour in advance of an upper level low that's spinning along the great lake states. in northern pennsylvania there is snow flying, meadeville, erie, reporting light snow at this midday hour. this is what it looks like in grand rapids, michigan. instead a coating of snowal of it has since melted. it's may 15, we should be talking about summer temperatures instead. in the poconos, showers are possible this afternoon it wouldn't surprise me if gropple was mixed in the higher elevation, that's ice pellets. otherwise it's mainly dry, wind
and cool, that's the call from accuweather. it will be better tomorrow warmer later this week, when i come back i'll have the warmer numbers in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now the latest on a deadly fire at a bucks county motel. it broke out at the lincoln motel in bensalem. this afternoon we know one person is in custody, trish hartman is following the story, she is live at the scene with more, trish, what can you tell us about this? >> reporter: gray, like you said one person is in custody, police actually just wrapped up their investigation here at the scene, i'll step out of the way you can see the damage now that the vehicles have gone. a number of broken windows from firefighters fighting the blaze earlier. firefighters stopped at the nearby businesses along route 1 looking for surveillance video that may help them piece this altogether. as soon as the guy opened the door, you seen the orange flames. jay recalls a harrowing
scene. i heard a man saying help me i'm trapped on the bed, i don't know if away tied up or what. me and the cop heard it, we couldn't get into the door because it was too much smoke. >> reporter: one person died in the fire and one is in custody. it started around 2:30 a.m. officials say thick smoke was billowing from two rooms on the first floor. firefighters had to rescue several people from the second floor and had the blaze under control in 30 minutes. several were taken to the hospital for smoke. red cross responded to help guests giving out blankets in the chilly morning hours. witnesses say they were lucky to get out. everybody was screaming get out, get out, get out, there's fire, and get out. so i ran as fast as i can. >> reporter: we are still waiting to learn the name of the
victim in this deadly fire, no word on charges for the suspect who is in custody in connection with the fire. reporting live in bensalem, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." thank you so much for the update. crews rushed two people to the hospital after their car hit concrete barriers in southwest philadelphia. police say speeding was a factor that a car ran through a construction zone eastwick street this morning. it slammed into the concrete barriers. firefighters had to free the driver and passenger. no word on their conditions. homicide detectives are looking for what led to the shooting death of a 29-year-old man who was found lying on the ground a little before 2:00 a.m. he was shot three times including one in the chest. he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. supper veilance video shows
the -- surveillance video shows the man stumbling toward the hospital and collapsing. police are investigating a deadly stabbing in the mantua section. they say a 45-year-old man man was stabbed in the chest. he was rushed to the hospital where he died. no arrests have been made. federal investigators are arriving in texas today to figure out the cause of a charter bus crash that killed 8 people. the bus was on the way to the casino when the driver lost control and the bus rolled over. 8 passengers killed on this charter bus and 40 hospitalized. busted windows and dangling auto parts and chanced ceiling and smashed seats are what's left of it after losing control on the texas highway rolling over. it was 11:30 a.m. saturday in a rural area of southern texas
when the driver no longer had command and the vehicle flipped. everything is very limb father for us, as far as the contributing factors. he lost control of the bus and it rolled over. several people died at the scene, one dieing later at the hospital. 44 hurt, so many they had to be taken to three different nearby hospitals. objects become projectiles and people become projectiles. >> reporter: every weekend buses like this one packed full held to the casinos around the country. last year, 9 passengers were hurt when this casino tour bus in new york smashed into a building. in february, this bus heading to a connecticut casino flipped in the snow on the way from new york injuring dozens. and now the federal government is involved in this texas crash. a team from the ntsb is expected to arrive and investigate the wreck and look at if the weather played any role.
democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are looking ahead to the next prize in the primary sweepstakes both are campaigning in kentucky this weekend. county spoke at a baptist church in louisville. 130 delegates are up for grabs in kentucky and oregon on tuesday. clinton holds a commanding lead in the delegate count. sashedz staying in the -- sanders pledging to stay in the race until the convention in philadelphia. donald trump is not campaigning today so he can attend his daughter's graduation. he is expected to meet with gop members of congress this week in an effort to win them over. house speaker paul ryan continues to play hard to get. he was back at the home state of wisconsin to talk to state party leaders. ryan and trump met in washington last thursday. there's much more to come on "action news" this sunday. from fashion to photography to
sculpture an exhibit is giving you an up-close look at african art. the bees were up in her hair, she was shaking violently saying they are on me. residents say it was like a horror movie, bees are overtaking their california town. looking live from our temple university camera. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
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corporal who was severely injured in 2008 when he was hit by a readings bomb in afghanistan -- roadside bomb in average. cystic fibroses foundation raised money to fund research treatment and drug development. this was a time to talk and fun activities for kids to enjoy. all right time for accuweather. what do you have to say? >> reporter: not much. it's chilly out there, i know, but i'm not responsible. i'm relaying the message here. skies are completely cloudy. started out with sunshine. we had gotten off to a lovely start, bright blue skies and now the clouds have rolled in. it will be difficult from this point for the numbers to climb. with all the clouds, the sun can't shine through and do its stuff.
we have sprinkles northwest reading, allentown pottstown. everybody's is dry. there's the possibility of a a couple of more sprinkles as the afternoon wears on. no shower activity or steadier rain. dewpoint, 30. pressure holding steady. the winds out of the west at 20 to 30 miles per hour. 56 in trenton. and millville. 567 in atlantic city and cape may, also showing 56 degrees. wind speeds out of the west/northwest you can see the arrows here, 26-mile an hour gusts in philadelphia. up to 32 in wilmington. this is the peak so far. trenton, 33. dover, 30. atlantic city, 31. here's satellite and radar, a lot of quiet weather across the heartland of the nation, this area of low pressure here, the reason why it's windy out here right now. the high building from the west.
the temperatures are nice along the front range and getting into the front plains, blowing in a clockwise fashion around the high and counter clockwise around the low. all this air gets fund between the two pressure systems. when you walk in the instant message and you make the turn and the winds being blown between the skyscrapers. the cold air lasts this afternoon and into tonight. look how we're warming up out west. omaha 62. warmer in bismarck than philadelphia. 80 degrees for few or leans and -- new orleans and jacksonville. sprinkles possible, maybe ran isolated showers for one or two areas. overnight, mainly clear. tomorrow looks nice, tuesday, the next system rounds the bend and moves up the coast and dmoforts more -- deposits more
rain. 3:30 p.m. light rain. it could get heavier in the second half of tuesday and tuesday night.9:00 a.m. it is o. once we get into that stage it's all sun for the rest of the seven-day forecast. 59 in reading, 60 for philadelphia. cape may, 59. clouds, limited sun, windy and cool. it's going to feel like the upper 40s, low 50s on it there. overnight tonight, mainly clear and chilly, especially the middle of may, it's never been 37 for this time of the career. allentown, 36. pair of 4s for philadelphia. millville, 41 degrees. freeze watch in effect for the poconos, tender vegetation if you have the plants bring them indoors, or cover them you run the risk of losing them, temperatures get close to the freezing mark if i first thing
tomorrow morning. 60 today, 65 tomorrow, and there's the break we go in the 70s. the museum of art takes visitors on a journey through africa. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called creative africa it's a celebration african art and design raging from african fashion and photography to architecture and century old sculptures. it's called look again. it's a collaboration between the philadelphia museum of art and the penn museum. it's a show about looking. highlights include ancient bronzes and wood sculptures. there's a lot for people to see. you can explore the world of fashion and textile from central and west africa.
these are bright colorful pattern-based textiles that are trmpled into amazing -- transformed into amazing fashions. the exhibition takes visitors into the mind of a world renown architect. it's a retrospective of his design work. it's beautiful color zone of string that you can walk through, walk around and truly explore. >> reporter: three photographers and 6 cities look atphotographit africa. creative alter is on display in the pliews seem of alter -- museum of art building. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. happening right now
president obama is in new brunswick, new jersey about to give the commencement address at rutgers university. now you see the university president talking. 52,000 people are attending the ceremony. you see president obama to the left of the screen. the president is actually the first u.s. president to give a commencement address there at rutgers. we're streaming this address live at 6abc.com. a hive of aggressive bees is taking over a neighborhood in california. the bees have killed two dogs and attacked a number of people on the street including the mail carrier. bees were up in her hair. they are super aggressive, they are following us and going after us and banging on the windows, it was freaky like a horror movie.
experts say it's not clear how the africanized bees got hear, they can take over and repop late a honey beehive in a matter of days. they are working to round up the bees and get them out of the neighborhood once and for all. getting your work shown at the canne film festival in the south of france is a bucket list for many filmmakers. it's a time piece about a mother and son who are accused of witchcraft. >> reporter: this is my year arthur, a five minor thriller about a portrait with a sorted story. it's the work of two up and coming filmmakers from west philadelphia, eli and lou bev bevins. they are identical twins.
we feed off each other, i film and she edits. they finish each other's script. she wrote the first 20 pages and she fell asleep and i picked up and finished. they co-wrote and directed my dear arthur. the competition requires you to create a film in only a week. we had less than seven days to create the film. we had one run through, the first time everyone was on set was that day. >> reporter: this week it heads to the south of france. >> it prepared us for it. >> reporter: they run their own film company, eli lou productions. they say this is the beginning. we hope to leave other mark on the film world and industry. it's short films is like our jump start.
>> reporter: here's the rub, so far the twins won't be in cannes to see their film presented on the big screen. they raised enough money to send the lead actress to go. there's a slim chance crowd funding may get them on a plane to france as they say to represent philadelphia. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news." all right, imagine being able to take a picture with just a blink of an eye. sonny is looking into creating a contact lens that acts as a digital camera. they recently filed a patent application. they use embedded sensors and camera components. all you have to do is blink. sonny is not the first company to work on eyeball technology. google is working on one that can measure a person's blood sugar levels.
technology the wow factor. when "action news" continues an update of our top stories. plus a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. spent more than 30 years in the public schools. we're retired, but we like to stay involved. you think he's going to learn to fly? we're just as busy now as in our teaching days. the same goes for a lot of the retired educators we know. let me see you all flap your wings, like you're penguins learning to fly. teaching is all about building relationships. and that never goes away. because once a teacher, always a teacher. we're ed and miriam, and we're proud to be new jersey educators.
on "action news," one person is dead an another in custody following a suspicious motel fire in bensalem, bucks county. the fire broke out at the lincoln motel on the 2200 block of lincoln highway. a woman is in critical condition after getting shot 6 times on a philadelphia street. two men were injured while
avoiding the gunfire in the tioga section of the city. federal investigators have arrived in texas where they will try to figure out what caused a bus crash that left 8 people dead. the bus was heading to a casino when it went out of control in lorado and rolled over. time for the forecast, chris. >> reporter: here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy the rest of the way, windy and cooler, yesterday we hit 76. today if we are lucky, 60. north and west, the mid 50s, breeze and milder tomorrow, 65. rain tuesday, wednesday and morning, thursday, friday, saturday, lots of sunshine, 72, 74, 76. "fyi philly" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han.
>> i'm karen rogers. >> and i'm alicia vitarelli. saturday/ton world for shopping, dining and fun at the new disney springs. >> we try on some jeans being handcrafted right here in philly. >> and we're getting ready for the devon horse show. >> hi everyone and welcome to fyi philly. >> we're at edwards-freeman nut company in conshohocken and we are literally like kids in a candy shop. and bonus. a candy and nut shop. >> it's just one of the many places here in conshohocken that make this town worth the trip. >> in here there is a taste of everyone's childhood >> absolutely. >> the edwards-freeman nut company started as a peanut factory in 1899 and by 1930, it had expanded into a can