Emily Depasse is a writer, yogi, graduate student, and aspiring sexologist. She has contributed to a variety of different publications, including HealthCentral and The Salisbury Flyer. In her interview with The Flat Circle, Emily discusses her goals as a writer and the challenges of writing about sex. She also notes how Carrie Bradshaw of HBO's Sex and the... Continue Reading →
Sarah Moore is a Philadelphia-area Digital Design Strategist. Her lifestyle blog, smoorelovin, is dedicated to an eclectic group of interests that include travel, wellness, and style. In just 2018 alone, she has posted on a trip to New Orleans, skincare, and fashion. During her interview with The Flat Circle, Sarah discussed how she became interested in blogging and her bucket list of travel destinations.
Chrystina Cappello is an engineer, blogger, and Philadelphia community leader. She uses her project management skills to plan parties, host events, and get stuff done.
The City of Brotherly Love has a great arts scene. After Labor Day there is a run of things to do in Philadelphia that explore the city’s creative side. There is something fun scheduled during every week in September and October this year.
Julia Dent is a travel photography blogger and a website and SEO consultant for small businesses. Julia moved to Philadelphia in 2015 and writes the weekly blog Through Julia's Lens. She blogs on travel, photography, and her experiences in Philadelphia. In her interview with The Flat Circle, Julia gives photography and SEO advice. She also discusses... Continue Reading →
This is the first installment in a recurring interview series on the Flat Circle devoted to calling attention to Philadelphia-area bloggers. The first interview is with Tina at Traveleidoscope, a travel blog filled with trip ideas and dining tips
One of my favorite movie quotes is from the workplace comedy Office Space. Peter says “Michael. I did nothing. I did absolutely nothing and it was everything I thought it could be.” I just returned from my vacation in Sea Isle, NJ. It may not have been the most active week. It was everything that... Continue Reading →
Phoenixville’s Colonial Theatre hosted its annual Blobfest this weekend. The three-day event celebrated The Blob, a 1958 science-fiction movie that was created in the suburban Philadelphia area. The venerable movie house was a set in a handful of scenes in the flick, allowing fans to watch The Blob in the same theater that it was filmed.