Paycheck Protection Program allows Arden Theatre Company to launch Arden for All ONLINE program, plan for future season

-Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC The Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia is grateful to announce that they are the recipients of funding from the Paycheck Protection Program, a Small Business Administration loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.  With this funding, the Arden was able to retain their staff, which, in turn, are preparing to launch the … Continue reading Paycheck Protection Program allows Arden Theatre Company to launch Arden for All ONLINE program, plan for future season

Self-Care: Quarantine Edition

by Joei DeCarlo I can’t be the only one stuck at home wondering how I can have fun and develop a routine that feels like I’m not trapped, right?  Over the past few weeks I’ve been working from home and realized a few days in that I needed to find normalcy inside of my studio apartment.  During my time at home I’ve developed a self-care … Continue reading Self-Care: Quarantine Edition

From the eyes of a fellow service industry worker

by Rachel Porter photo by Aaron Raysor A couple weekends ago I was hustling at work. Now, I’m trapped in my house from the misery that is known as the coronavirus… It’s a Friday night at 9:00pm and my eyes flicker back and forth between my phone and the TV. The couch unwillingly became my cocoon as I sluggishly sprawl my body across it. The … Continue reading From the eyes of a fellow service industry worker

COVID-19 Stimulus Payments courtesy of David M. Spitzberg

–CPA Firm of David M. Spitzberg cpaforbusiness.com The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act recently signed into law provides a one-time payment, among other items, to individuals to help ease the economic strain caused by the coronavirus epidemic. Here are the details of the stimulus payment initiative. Who qualifies to receive a payment? A one-time payment of $1,200 will be sent to most … Continue reading COVID-19 Stimulus Payments courtesy of David M. Spitzberg

Mighty Writers at Home: First Writing Contest Winner

-Courtesy of Mighty Writers MIGHTY CONGRATS to the winner of the first Mighty Writers writing contest (and a $100 gift card!): LYDIA HEATWOLE, age 10, a student regular at MW CAMDEN. (In middle forefront of photo- pre-social distancing). The Candle Burns Out By Lydia Heatwole Sickness It hangs over you like a raincloud that never disappears Kids at school are whispering about something called the…coronavirus … Continue reading Mighty Writers at Home: First Writing Contest Winner

Some of the best things we ever ate (social distancing edition)!

“Stuck inside these four walls, sent inside forever, never seeing no one, nice again…” Yes, yes, we get it. Scary thought, we know. But, it damn sure sounded as if Sir Paul McCartney knew in the early ’70s what we’d all be living through in these, the-not-so-roaring 20s. Prophetic? Eh, maybe.  In trying to stay up-to-the-minute-current, just trying to keep up with the terminology, let … Continue reading Some of the best things we ever ate (social distancing edition)!

Dining in with RowHome

First and foremost, we hope you are all staying safe and healthy during these strange times. And we gotta eat, right? In times like this, when so many small businesses rely on our support, we need to get creative on how to help them. Order take-out or delivery from a favorite local restaurant! Many of them are offering family-style meals and waiving delivery fees. Share … Continue reading Dining in with RowHome