Philly Finds Vol. 17

Hello my quarantine pals. How are you hanging in there? We’re back at it again with the Philly Finds (if you read that in the ‘back at it again at Krispy Kreme’ Vine voice, you get points).

My pal Emily Tharp aka broke down the best take out meals she’s had while at home, and you can read that on her blog Her Philly. If I may plug two of my other recent posts…. I dropped what skin care products I’ve been enjoying, and online reads that are sparking joy for me.

I also want to give a shout out to my new favorite sleeping shirt – this Union Transfer shirt I bought, which features their completely ravaged show calendar on the back of each tee, and was designed by Philadelphia artist Perry Shall and printed locally. The shirts supports Union Transfer, and you can buy your own here.

Trinity Flavors

My boyfriend recently introduced me to transfusions, a cocktail consisting of vodka, ginger ale and grape juice. I couldn’t get enough of them. And then when I received a package from Trinity Flavors, I was SHOOK to see my new favorite cocktail canned for consumption. Trinity Flavors is a Philly-based brand, and they describe their drinks as “a delicious blend of premium vodka, sparkling ginger ale, and concord grape juice, made in both Classic and Light versions.” Trinity Flavors is also a women-owned company by sisters Kathleen Pires and MaryKate Mink. Starting this weekend, you can purchase Trinity Flavors in PA, and soon you’ll be able to purchase in Delaware and Jersey! These items were gifted to me, opinions are my own

Greenmarket Purveying

🕯 Bucks County-based Greenmarket Purveying is doing good, and I’m happy to be supporting their efforts. From May 15-31, they will be donating 10% of their sales to Direct Relief, which works to equip medical professionals to care for the world’s most vulnerable. I currently have the Blackberry and Rosewood candle burning, and it smells heavenly. Do good, shop small, treat yourself <3 These items were gifted to me , opinions are my own


PHL Love is a variety show, bringing together Philly’s biggest stars, to benefit the PHL COVID-1 Fund. To learn more and to make a donation, please click here.

Bad Cat Music Group Launches

Bad Cat Music Group, a premier music group focusing on artist management and marketing, has officially launched in Philadelphia. Bad Cat is pleased to now offer a wide variety of services to their growing roster including: music production, concert booking, social media management, graphic design, photography and videography, and much more. Most impressively, it’s currently staffed by three Drexel students. Bad Cat Music Group has had success booking shows in the Philadelphia area and in the Philadelphia DIY scene, and their artists The Poms and Abby Hoffer have been featured on Positive Publicity before. Congrats on your launch friends!

That’s all for me today folks <3 Stay well, support local <3

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