June 9, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #23: Rain, Rain, Will You Ever Go Away?
Hat$tackz: AW, MAN.
Hat$tackz: I SHOULDN’T’VE WORN MY SHORT OVERALLS TODAY
[Hat$tackz standing in the rain]Source: My Brain 08 | Penelope Peru Photography p3
Rain or shine, you can always count on The Burgundy Zine.
After XtaSeay and I reviewed Cresco’s Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce for our Strain of the Week last Sunday, we took a closer look at Save the Children, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids around the globe on Monday.
Then, we tuned into Ethan Bortnick’s latest single “Leave Me Alone” on Tuesday.
Lastly, this week drew to a close as we tried to get to the bottom of all this whacky weather in Pa.
Going forward, we will be featuring a review of the CBD Five pen kits later today for our Strain of the Week.
Be sure to also keep an eye out for coverage of State Rep. Jennifer O’Mara (D-165)’s town hall in Radnor, as well as a special interview with Ethan Bortnick for this week’s Tune-In Tuesdays.
We will also be releasing more content geared towards summer for this month’s issue of The Burgundy Zine – and we’re still looking for writers, photographers, and artists to submit their work, so don’t be shy!
Stay dry and stay cool,
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