June 16, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #24: Word to Your Father
Profile of a Lion at the Philadelphia ZooSource: Lion | Penelope Peru Photography p3
What’s that? Barbeques, sunscreen, and “wooder ice?” Ah, that’s right. We’re just five days away from summer and 12 days away from the release of The Burgundy Zine’s sixth issue.
We began this week covering the town hall held by State Rep. O’Mara (D-165) in Radnor.
Later that Sunday evening, XtaSeay and I reviewed CBD Five’s Vape Pen Starter Kits for our Strain of the Week series.
On Tuesday, we released an interview with Ethan Bortnick, the 18 year old piano prodigy who has a whole line up of new music right around the corner.
Then, Winston shared “The Ultimate CBD Dosage Guide for Anxiety, Pain, Epilepsy, and More” with us.
Afterwards, we highlighted some of our favorite “Summer Nails of Instagram.”
On Friday, we released an interview with Nicolette Brignola, the local fitness model who has been crushing it in competitions over the last year.
The sixth issue of The Burgundy Zine is scheduled for release on June 28th. If you would like to be featured, now’s the last call! Send your content on over before the curtains close through our submissions page.
And of course, happy Father’s Day.
Until next week,
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