As a Producer in PHL17’s Creative Services Department, Holly works mainly on Weekend Philler: producing and editing segments and managing the show’s social media pages. She loves having a job where she has the creative freedom to tell stories and express herself through video. She started as an intern in January 2018 and has been part of the team ever since.
When she’s not at work, Holly is a student at Temple University. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies and Production with a minor in Public Relations and plans on graduating in May 2020.
In her free time, Holly enjoys cooking, painting, going to the theater, and exploring Philadelphia with her friends.
Goodies Gone wild is one of the Ocean City Boardwalk’s newest additions, and it’s the perfect place to get sweets, heats and meats to keep your summer grilling season interesting. Heather Neville created the store as her own personal version of a gas station – a bunch of random things that she thought were fun and interesting all collected into one place. The sweets are hundreds of craft sodas from all over the country and 50+ flavors of cotton candy […]
Located on Walnut Street in Center City, Rumble Boxing is one of Philadelphia’s newest group fitness locations. The recipe is simple: a 45-minute, high-intensity, boxing inspired workout with half of the time on the bag and half of the time on the floor. However, the best part of Rumble is its trainers. Each is fun, high-energy, and super fit with their own spin that they put on their classes.
Muse Paintbar is the perfect destination for your next Girls Night Out! With a huge selection of painting classes to choose from, Muse Paintbar has something for everyone. Nicole Lee, the store manager and one of the artists at Muse’s King of Prussia location, tells Weekend Philler about all of the awesome things that Muse has to offer. It’s perfect for people of all skill levels – from experts to people who have never picked up a paintbrush in their […]
Located in Medford, NJ, Compassionate Friends Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center does amazing work in the community. Headed by Sherri Briggs and her dedicated team of volunteers, the center has assisted countless people with disabilities in the area. Therapeutic horseback riding can be helpful for people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. The horses have helped students learn how to walk, calmed them down, given them a vessel for communications, and much more. If you are interested in volunteering for Compassionate […]
Located in West Berlin, NJ, Michel Cluizel USA’s Chocolatrium is a hidden gem that gives visitors an inside look at how the world famous chocolate, mainly produced in France, is created. The museum offers group tours that go through everything from the history of the cacao to the process of creating the chocolate from beans to bar, and of course includes a tasting of several of Michel Cluizel’s delicacies. The tour is headed by Jacques Dahan, the energetic and extremely […]
Weekend Philler meets MaKayla Rose Hubbs, an aspiring child author who wrote Why Bedtime Sucks! She needs your help to get her book published!! There are only a few days left on her Kickstarter campaign, which can be found here: http://kck.st/2JlYEyy!
If there’s a way to make yoga even more fun, it’s by adding goats to the mix! Water and Rock Studio, based in Chestnut Hill, teaches a goat yoga class at Mountain Pride Farm in Quakertown, PA. Japheth Brubaker, owner of the studio, says that they got the idea from a student who discovered it on the West Coast. “Being around animals is good for your health,” Brubaker states. “Being in nature is good for your health. Doing yoga, well […]