I was not looking for a coffee shop during my New Hampshire vacation. The free coffee at the hotel got the job done. During a trip from Meredith to Weir’s Beach, I could not help but stop at Lake Winnipesaukee’s Mello Moose Coffee House. It looked like a friendly place for a cup. Not only was it amiable, but the shop also turned out to be my first experience drinking Nitro Cold Brew.
This is the first post in my new series about coffee houses in the Philadelphia area. Coffee is an everyday comfort. Coffee houses are as much a part of a community's culture as any bar or corner store. They get us going in the morning. They are essential for meetings, minglings, and the fabric of a neighborhood. As myopic as the daily coffee run can be, sometimes coffee is more than a regular boost. No more important coffee is served than the java from Narberth's new business: GETCafe.
With Bryce Harper and Rhys Hoskins leading Philadelphia back into a pennant race, indulging in good Phillies baseball has never been this easy. Even during the 2007-11 run, the sheer number of blogs, social media feeds, and podcasts that we have at our disposal today were not available. To narrow down the top baseball podcasts for Phillies fans, different perspectives were considered. Included in this list are local shows from beat writers, national podcasts, and even ones from Hall of Famers from Philly.
Corinne is one of the most eclectic bloggers you can follow. Her blog, Reverberations, focuses on a wide range of topics that include travel, tea, and food.
As if being a critical care nurse isn't cool enough, Jennifer Huynh is also a fashion, travel, and beauty blogger. Her site, fabul0uus, includes tips on hair products, style, and even advice on how to become a nursehow to become a nurse.
The Flat Circle is renewing its interview series with Philadelphia bloggers. To kick things off, we chatted with Meghan from Work It Like A Mother. One half of the duo that writes the fitness blog for moms, Meghan discusses why she began blogging, the importance of focus to optimize fitness, and outdoor workout spots in the Philly area.
Today is the second anniversary of The Flat Circle. In that time, I have committed my share of blogging mistakes and learned a few lessons. When I look back over the last two years, I cringe at earlier posts that did not pan out. Over time, I have picked up strategies that have made blogging... Continue Reading →
Record Store Day 2019 is almost here. The twelfth edition of the international event includes limited releases from big names like Courtney Barnett and David Bowie. Philly record shops are doing a lot more than selling collectible vinyl and used CDs on April 13. Discounts, in-store performances, libations, and even specialty coffee and donuts are among the... Continue Reading →