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Prioritizing Preservation in Philadelphia's Land Bank Legislation

Lessons from the Rust Belt could come in handy as Philadelphia's proposed land banking bill attempts to balance opportunity with regulation.

How Philadelphia's Greenest Companies Are Staying Ahead

A flower grower, organic salon, green roof and wall architect, PR agency and web development shop are raising Philly's sustainability bar.

Bright Ideas: Students Create Startup to Increase LED Use

The student-led company out of the Sustainability Workshop earned the Green Innovator title at the Clean Air Council's GreenFest this month.

KE-TV: Philadelphia's Startup Avalanche Has Begun

It's evident that the momentum is building for Philadelphia to become a true hub for technology startups and innovative founders.

Philadelphia SEO Consultant Adam Melson Dishes on How to Boost Search

Search Church 'preacher' busts some myths, shares some secrets and unveils SEER's latest analytics division.

Triple Threat: Three Philly Social Entrepreneurs to Watch

Launching a startup is hard enough, but Philadelphia is making a name for itself with entrepreneurs chasing the triple bottom line.

Iraq War Vet's PA-Made Film A Reflection of Time Served

Daniel Speers wrote his sci-fi narrative, which debuts in Philadelphia on Aug. 26 and Reading on Sept. 9, after his second tour near Baghdad.

SPECTACLE: Philadelphia's Norman Porter Company Makes Jeans Matter

From their new studio space at the Hatchatory in Fishtown, the Norman Porter guys make denim and leather goods that measure up to its customers' specific tastes.

Preston's Paradise Seeds Urban Gardening in West Philly

Ryan Kuck didn't intend to spread his love of community gardens, but organic growth has created more fresh food options in Belmont.

Why Philly Clicks: Arts & Culture Sector Masters Social Media

Museums, theaters and even cemeteries across the city have developed innovative social media tactics to stand out in a crowded space.

Food Trucks Take Over Brewerytown, Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Mobile Food Association hosted the biggest event in its young history, a roundup of close to 20 local food trucks.

SOUND TRENDS: Philly Recording Studios Adapt to Artists's Needs

Despite shrinking budgets and a surplus of fame-seeking artists, local studios stay ahead by staying on top of talent and being opportunistic.

On a Mission: Chester County's First Life Science Incubator

The massive Innovation Center at Eagleview in Exton has its first tenant as collaborators look to grow biopharma's dominant presence here.

Introducing AnySentence.com, for Those Who Love Mom, Obama, Romney and Bacon

Philadelphia creative agency Mighty Engine's new product aims to make creating a website as easy as completing a sentence.

Traction Company: How 8 PAFA Grads Built the Most Dynamic Art Studio in Philadelphia

They're maximizing vertical space inside an old West Philly trolley manufacturing facility.
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