Philly Finds Vol. 43

Philly Finds Vol. 43

Welcome to the first Philly Finds of the new year! I hope your holiday seasons were relaxing and restful. If you haven't already, I hope that you'll subscribe to my free, weekly pop culture + social media newsletter. This week we took a look at the supermarket aesthetic (once you read it, it'll make sense [...]

Checking in with Philly’s own Twin Sines

Checking in with Philly’s own Twin Sines

During lockdown in 2020, Sarah Dia Rue and Justin King jumped on the opportunity to join forces and disappear into Justin’s basement studio, re-emerging as the prophetic new project, TWIN SINES.   Twin Sines is an indie group of ethereal proportions. Known for her spellbinding vocal performances and biting neo-jazz keyboard style, front woman Sarah Dia [...]

Our first product launch! Philly Italian Slang Posters

Our first product launch! Philly Italian Slang Posters

SOME BACKGROUND... This poster was formed as most great things are formed (perhaps I'm overstepping my bounds by calling it "great") - while watching The Sopranos. After hearing words like "salude," "gabagool," and "manigut" over and over again, I thought to myself, "I'd like to have a poster with those words in my kitchen." After [...]

An interview with Philly-based author Pamela Aloia

An interview with Philly-based author Pamela Aloia

Please welcome to the blog Pamela Aloia, a Philly-based author and energy practitioner. In 2003 she opened Sol Angel, an energy center, where she has been offering insight and instruction for people to enhance life experiences, expand their consciousness, enhance their intuition and increase their energetic awareness. Pamela joins us today to talk about her [...]