- We’re at the P.O.P.E. every single Tuesday evening in May, for your letter-writing pleasure.
- “…April is the Coolest Month”. Follow us far beyond Northern Liberties, higher than Fishtown, well past Kensington…
- HI, MOM, COOL TAT!
- PUBLETTERS RETURNS to the STANDARD TAP for FEBRUARY (first one 2/6)
- PUBLETTERS will be at the intimate LIBRARY BAR, hidden away behind the lobby of the Rittenhouse Hotel; join us This Tuesday, 1/23, from 6 to 8 p.m.
phillytyper on THIS TUESDAY – 101 N. Broad St… phillytyper on LAST PUBLETTERS OF THE SUMMER… Shannon on LAST PUBLETTERS OF THE SUMMER… phillytyper on FIRST PUBLETTERS OF 2015… simplewithsyd on FIRST PUBLETTERS OF 2015…
Tag Archives: Letters of Note
OK, with two Tuesdays behind us, we’ve put more than 50 carefully hand-written post cards and letters into the hungry mail boxes of the United States Postal Service. That is but a drop in the ocean of First-Class Mail the … Continue reading
Writing letters is something that President Barack Obama gets. As the New York Times reported, he uses the “10-LAD” (Ten Letters A Day) system, where he reviews 10 letters from Americans and works their messages into his messages and speeches. … Continue reading
Please join us in our first-ever “suburban” Publetters! • • • • • • • At Tired Hands Brew Cafe (it’s free, of course)
We don’t think we’ve gone too suburban, really; Ardmore , PA is a true small town, and we are very happy to set up our stamps and envelopes and pens inside the Tired Hands Brew Cafe at 16 Ardmore Ave., a … Continue reading
The nice thing about writing a letter is that you can be as flaky as you want–there are no Google algorithms judging your words, trying to ferret out what ads to show you and so on. It’s just you, the pen … Continue reading
They slave over a hot kettle–the size of an SUV. They fret over screenfuls of cold, hard Excel files–so that you can enjoy a cold, crisp beer. Why not drop your favorite brewer a line to let them know you appreciate … Continue reading
Tuesday was Election Day, and as the minions tallied votes, we wrote notes on plain paper, posh paper and in-between paper at the Standard Tap. Two very nice ladies penned letters of consolation and commendation to a Mr. Boardman, in Washington, D.C.; … Continue reading
John Lennon read about a singer-songwriter saying that success would ruin his heart… he grabbed a pen and wrote this: Click here for the full STORY. It inspired a new film with Al Pacino. What will your next letter spark? … Continue reading
Here’s a moment from last Tuesday’s Publetters at Paddy’s Pub… the real-world equivalent of pressing “SAVE” –when you fold up the page with your words written on it, slide it into the envelope, then seal it shut. Is this series … Continue reading
We had a low-key opening at Paddy’s Pub on Nov. 4th, Election Day. Yet, every single one* of the handful of people inside that cozy Old City bar participated and wrote a letter–compared to a 36% voter turnout in Tuesday’s elections. We … Continue reading