Two-and-a-half hours of hits. An icon on his final tour. A crowd that almost drowned out the performer on every big chorus. Elton John's concert in Philadelphia last Wednesday night was an unforgettable evening. The pop star played an epic show as he closed a chapter on a city he has played to for decades.
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 →
Susan Padron is a Philadelphia-area personal stylist, fashion stylist, and style blogger. In June 2017 she left her job as a teacher to join the world of style. The Philly entrepreneur has been featured on CBS 3 and Business News Daily. In her interview with The Flat Circle, she discusses why she became a personal stylist, how Philadelphia plays a role in her own style, and the celebrity she wants to give style tips to.
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
Not every summer day should be spent cooped up inside with the closest possible air conditioning unit. Summer is a great time to have fun in the Delaware Valley. Here are some of the best indoor and outdoor options to take in music and movies in the Philadelphia area this summer:
In September of 2016 my wife and I decided to experiment with TV streaming services. Our Comcast cable bill was too high and we wanted to save a little money on our monthly budgets. At the time I had only heard of Sling TV. The balance of live sports, streaming quality, and diverse programming set off a cord cutting endeavor that we did not wrap up until this spring, when we finally found the best streaming service for cord cutters in the Philadelphia area.
Wagonwheel Blues, the debut record of Philadelphia indie band The War On Drugs, turns ten years old today. At the time, the album was a project started by four relatively unknown musicians. One of those artists was current The War On Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel. Another was Kurt Vile, who left the band after Wagonwheel Blues was... Continue Reading →