Pagan Shopping in the Time of COVID

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With many states putting restrictions on gatherings and businesses over the last few months, and the cancellation of many summer festivals, we decided to reach out to some Pagan businesses and find out what their experiences have been. PBN News Continue reading Pagan Shopping in the Time of COVID

Pagan Business Threatened by New Neighbor

While many businesses are challenged by pandemic-inspired lockdowns and stay home orders, not every business’s experience is the same.  Frey’s Hermetic Supplies, for example, has a problem with their new neighbors. Owner Martinique Fisher – in business for about 10 Continue reading Pagan Business Threatened by New Neighbor

Festival Season and the Coronavirus

In January, Pagans in much of the northern hemisphere were starting to look forward to the Pagan festival season that comes with warmer weather. In the US, that has, for many years, kicked off in February with Pantheacon and Convocation…and Continue reading Festival Season and the Coronavirus

Pagan YouTube content creators beware

A breaking story, yet to be verified officially by YouTube, indicates that a new bot on the platform is alleged to be spoofing and hacking channels. In comment sections, the phrase “Wanna be friends” is the lure used to draw Continue reading Pagan YouTube content creators beware

Festival and Event planing notes: Lessons from a beginner

Planning Events: Learn from My mistakes We are currently right in the middle of festival season.  There are indoor and outdoor events of all sorts all across the country.  Some are religious and spiritual and others are regional specialty fairs Continue reading Festival and Event planing notes: Lessons from a beginner