Dining & Entertainment · What's on Philadelphia

Coffee shops to work outside at in Philly ☕

This post is for when you just need to escape your apartment for a few hours and get some work done outside. These shops are mostly in the Washington Square-ish area of the city, just a head’s up before you dive into the post. Get there early to claim your spot, check the hours before…… Continue reading Coffee shops to work outside at in Philly ☕

Musings

How I got myself out of a funk one night: Philly edition

A wise man once said “Took my life from negative from positive.” That wise man was Pitbull. He also once said, “Now pump-pu-pump p-p-p-pump it up and back it up like a Tonka truck.” This is not let’s-drag-Pitbull post though, we stan Mr. 305 in this house. But I digress. The purpose of this post…… Continue reading How I got myself out of a funk one night: Philly edition

Philly Finds · What's on Philadelphia

Philly Finds Vol. 20 🍷

Vingt. Veinte. TWENTY. We have reached 20 volumes of Philly Finds, uncovering the best and brightest Philly has to offer. Thanks for stickin’ around and for sharing your own Philly Finds. In other Positive Publicity news, several interviews will be hitting the blog over the next few weeks. To be quite honest, I feel both…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 20 🍷

Person of Interest & FemFocused Interviews

The Vulnerability of Starting a Business – Guest Post by Scrunchie Club Founder Alyssa Kaplan

Welcome Alyssa Kaplan, founder of the Scrunchie Club to Positive Publicity! In addition to being a business founder, Alyssa is also an expert brand manager and baker extraordinaire. She’s also been a friend for nearly 10 years, from when we met at Penn State. Alyssa is sharing her nuggets of wisdom of starting your own…… Continue reading The Vulnerability of Starting a Business – Guest Post by Scrunchie Club Founder Alyssa Kaplan

What's on Philadelphia

Rebuilding the Block – Meet the Two Black Women behind the New Nonprofit Giving Back to the Black Community

Rebuild the Block wants everyone to take part in rebuilding, growing and maintaining Black communities across America. Founded by Alexis Akarolo and Zelnnetta Clark, Rebuild the Block strives to help up to 15 businesses a month that are directly affected by COVID-19 and looting destruction as a result of racial injustice. Applicants are processed through…… Continue reading Rebuilding the Block – Meet the Two Black Women behind the New Nonprofit Giving Back to the Black Community

Artist Interviews & Music · Person of Interest & FemFocused Interviews

FemFocused: Philly-based Trumpet Wom

The need to attract and attach and react like the fire inside… Growing up surrounded by musical theater, the trumpet was one of those instruments that always drew me in. It’s powerful, brassy sound instantly makes an entire theater of people stand up in attention to listen. So what happens when you combine an expert…… Continue reading FemFocused: Philly-based Trumpet Wom