June 2, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #22: Burnin’ Up
Burnin’ for You by Blue Oyster CultSource: Blue Oyster Cult: Burnin’ For You | BlueOysterWizard
Things are really heating up over hear on The Burgundy Zine.
We began this week with XtaSeay and I’s review of Grassroots’ brand new product, ‘East Coast Sour Diesel Diamonds’ on Sunday.
Afterwards, we released ‘A Multigenerational Look at Video Game Culture,’ an article that highlights video game culture from the perspective of multiple interviewees of all ages.
Next came ‘Philly Culture,’ where multiple interviewees delighted us with their own personal connection to the city of brotherly love on Monday.
Before releasing ‘The Burgundy Zine #5: Be Present – Culture,’ we interviewed the Calif-based indie band Gone Fishin’ for last week’s installment of our Tune-In Tuesdays series.
Then, Kara Masterson of This Lady Blogs gave us a few tips for keeping our home cool in the summer months in, ‘Preparing Your Home for Summer: 4 Ways to Keep Your Family Cool and Content‘ on Wednesday.
On Thursday, we covered State Rep. Jennifer O’Mara (D-165)’s town hall in Morton, where she addressed recent concerns of Delaware County residents.
In keeping up with our summer theme for the next issue of The Burgundy Zine, we shed some light on how to enjoy summer break without leaving your hometown in the article, ‘Living on Vacation: Making the Most of Home During Summer Break‘ on Friday.
Finally, we wrapped up the week by inviting writers, artists, photographers, and musicians alike to submit their content to be featured in the sixth issue of The Burgundy Zine, which will be centered around the theme of summer time.
Going forward, you can breakout the sunscreen and a pair of shades, ’cause we’re going to continue releasing content geared towards summer time throughout the month.
Be sure to keep an eye out for XtaSeay and I’s review of Lime Sorbet Live Resin by Cresco for this Sunday’s Strain of the Week. Be sure to keep an ear out for this week’s installment of Tune-In Tuesdays, as well.
As always, this month’s issue of The Burgundy Zine will be released on June 28th.
If you are interested in submitting content, head on over to our submissions page. Advertisers may refer to our special page just for them, and of course, all other inquiries are encouraged, as well.
Until next week,
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