» Good (food) Samaritan: I was well aware of Riverstone Café’s fantabulous vodka selection and Winner Circle’s plethora of flat-screen TVs and sports paraphernalia, but I admit I was out of the loop when it came to the extraordinary philanthropic pursuits of the eateries’ owner, Nick Cacchione. Cacchione recently nabbed the 2008 Cornerstone Humanitarian Award for the State of Pennsylvania. Granted by the Pennsylvania Restaurant Association, it recognizes individuals for their dedication to community service, honoring those who go above and beyond in giving back to their communities through its Restaurant Neighbor Award program. Cacchione was honored for his current project, the Winner’s Circle Field of Dreams, a joint effort with Exton Little League to build a new baseball facility in the area. Official kudos come at the association’s annual meeting next month in Harrisburg. Other beneficiaries of Cacchione’s efforts include Mommy’s Light, Media Little League, Lionville Youth Association, Newtown-Edgemont Little League, the First Tee Program, Newtown Petticoat League, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.