Philly Finds Vol. 28

Philly Finds Vol. 28

A recap of what I'm loving in in the City of Brotherly Love I went through the entire month of March without a Philly Finds post? Shame on me! I am here to make it up to you, with a very food-centric edition. And while you're here, subscribe to my new, weekly, free newsletter, Why [...]

It’s a Private Party- An Interview with Philly Rapper Close Cash

It’s a Private Party- An Interview with Philly Rapper Close Cash

Philly rapper Close Cash is set to release his new album, titled Private Party. Close Cash began his journey growing up in South Jersey as Alovett Brandon-Ike Chukwy King. He then found his way to Philadelphia to become who he is now — an independent artist and creative, with the means to change the Philly [...]

Philly Finds Vol. 27

Philly Finds Vol. 27

We're celebrating Friday with a new Philly Finds. I'm currently spending the final few days in my current home before moving to a new apartment. One thing that has me particularly exhilarated about the move is decorating my own space. I'd love for this new home to feel like my one-bedroom, checkered-bathroom-area of creation and [...]

Cool Philly Bathrooms

Cool Philly Bathrooms

An extremely specific aspect of restaurant dining or going to bars with friends I somewhat miss is the "bathroom report." You know, someone being the first friend to use the bathroom at a bar or restaurant and asking "what's the bathroom situation like?". It's always a pleasure to provide a positive report to the table [...]

Philly Finds Vol. 26

Philly Finds Vol. 26

Hello friends, welcome to a new edition of Philly Finds. I celebrated my birthday last week which, despite not being able to celebrate with karaoke at Fergie's (side note: if you can still handle Zoom hangouts, highly recommend skribbl for a game), was so nice and very special. My boyfriend and I enjoyed an excellent [...]

Pay Attention, puh-lease – In Defense of the Real Housewives

Pay Attention, puh-lease – In Defense of the Real Housewives

This essay originally appeared on the Positive Publicity Patreon. If you like what you’ve read, subscribe to it today!  ❤ As a teen, anytime I heard my parents walking down the basement stairs, I would quickly change the channel before the piercing voice of Teresa Guidice reached their ears. But it was always too late, and [...]