Philly Finds Vol. 58 – a new Rittenhouse restaurant?

Philly Finds Vol. 58 – a new Rittenhouse restaurant?

We're going to start this Philly Finds in a bit of an unconventional way. So, I feel like I have several different personalities online. An Instagram persona, a different voice here on this blog than that on the newsletter, snarkier on Twitter, carefree on TikTok. It all rarely feels cohesive, but perhaps that's part of [...]

FemFocused: Interview with author Casey Dexter

FemFocused: Interview with author Casey Dexter

You're really gonna like today's interview, I can promise you that. Welcome to the blog, writer and author Casey Dexter! How did I come to track down the illustrious author? Casey is a fellow Delta Gamma sister (ITB) and college colleague, as we went to Penn State together and were in the same pledge class. [...]

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 [...]

Philly author Courtney Hunter shares her debut novel

Philly author Courtney Hunter shares her debut novel

Just in time for ~spooky season~ comes the debut novel from Philadelphia sci-fi author Courtney Hunter. Her debut novel, Sentience, will be published on October 30th and will be available on major platforms such as Amazon and Audible. With this novel, Courtney wanted to share the story of her book's genesis and her own ties [...]

Philly artist Alexi pays tribute to virtual weddings in new music video

Philly artist Alexi pays tribute to virtual weddings in new music video

Chances are, there's someone in your life who's either cancelled, rescheduled or modified their wedding plans recently. Philly artist Alexi decided to pay tribute to those couples in his new music video for his song, Mine. Recently featured in the New York Times and Philly Mag, the video features 35 couples who represent four continents, six countries, and 16 [...]

An interview with Canadian artist Mike Haggith

An interview with Canadian artist Mike Haggith

Welcome to the blog Mike Haggith, an independent alternative/indie solo artist residing in Manitoba, who recently released a new solo record. Mike previously resided in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, where he was the bassist/frontman of a rock trio named The Din. His latest record "If Ever Comes The Day" is his first solo release in [...]