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 →
More than just a field of dreams, the Phillies ballpark has the food, beer, and entertainment to fill up the summer. Here are 10 things to look forward to at Citizens Bank Park in 2019.
Phil Martelli was let go as the men’s basketball coach at Saint Joseph’s University today, a move that has induced a lot of feelings that I would normally post on social media. His departure is a difficult thing to limit to 240 characters.
February 2019 was a busy month. Not only did I catch an amazing show from Steve Gunn, but I threw myself into an Oscar frenzy that ended in major disappointments. As always, there are a few things that I didn’t get the chance to blog about. Here are some leftovers from a crazy month:
I am fortunate to live in a city that is a regular tour stop for a host of bands. I am even luckier to be in an area that has a tremendous homegrown music scene. One truly special Philadelphia-bred musician, Steve Gunn, played a show at Union Transfer on Saturday night.
Whether it is The Rolling Stones at Lincoln Financial Field or The Hives at Franklin Music Hall, there are a lot of great bands playing in Philadelphia in 2019. Here are some of the best Philly indie and rock concerts to look forward to this year:
The War On Drugs wrapped 2018 in comfort and style last Friday. The band closed out their year and tour with a 15-song hometown show at the Tower Theater and a little champagne. Just one album removed from their breakout Lost In The Dream, The War on Drugs launched the tour for A Deeper Understanding... Continue Reading →