Today, I might go a bit off topic and maybe it’ll be a case of I told you so. Either way, the Saucon Valley community took a hit when Revolutions closed its doors last Sunday.
It was billed as an entertainment destination with a couple of bars, restaurants, huge game room, etc. And, oh, 20 bowling lanes.
I first visited Revolutions shorty after it opened in January 2013. No doubt a lot of money was sunk into the building and it was certainly entertaining.
But I was there to ask if bowling was one of their top priorities since a large chunk of the 30,000 square feet was consumed by the lanes.
“I think we’re going have a morning league for the seniors,’’ I was