Emily Savidge

Emily Savidge


BSR Contributor Since March 2, 2021

Emily Savidge (she/her) is a freelance writer from PA, currently living in London.

Emily Savidge is a freelance writer who specializes in digital media, popular culture, and entertainment. After obtaining her BA from Temple University in 2018, she moved abroad to study her Master’s in Media & Communications from University of the Arts, London. Her life goal is to meet Noel Fielding on The Great British Bake Off.

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Navigating the duality of your identity can taste good, too. (Image courtesy of Penguin Random House.)

'Crying in H Mart’ by Michelle Zauner

The love language of food

In Michelle Zauner’s debut memoir, Crying in H Mart, grief and loss run parallel to heart and humor as a daughter comes to terms with her mother’s death and her Korean American identity. Emily Savidge reviews.
Emily Savidge

Emily Savidge

Reviews 3 minute read
The bar at Passyunk Avenue; pasted along the back wall are dollar bills, posters, and a neon Budweiser sign.

Fitzrovia’s Passyunk Avenue restaurant takes South Philly flavor abroad

London’s taste of brotherly love

After New Jersey native JP Teti realized he couldn’t get a cheesesteak in London, he dreamed up a restaurant that takes an authentic South Philly vibe abroad. Emily Savidge stops in.
Emily Savidge

Emily Savidge

Essays 5 minute read
Aerial photo of Philly’s center city skyscrapers, with a mellow blue sky and the setting sun glinting off the buildings.

Three immigrants to Philadelphia share their journeys, and what the city means to them

“What is Philadelphia?”

As we continue to welcome buses of asylum-seekers from Texas, we know immigrant communities are vital to Philly. Emily Savidge speaks with three people who came here from very different parts of the world. What does Philly mean to them?
Emily Savidge

Emily Savidge

Features 5 minute read