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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.

Meet Four of Philadelphia's Next-Generation Leaders

We scouted out young talent in Philadelphia who are engaged in transformative work and figure to be among the city's next leaders.

DIY Dreaming at the West Philly Tool Library

They're building banjos, walking on the trapeze and reclaiming cemeteries, and they all come here to get the tools they need.

Tackling Concussions With Software, Grandma Lizard, Stomaching Cancer

A Villanova professor believes a personal brain-wave sample could help better determine the existence and severity of concussions.

One Man's Junk is An Entire Corridor's Treasure in West Philly

The addition of David Groverman's Resellers Central Market to the 3900 block of Lancaster Ave. could mean big things for the corridor.

Waste Not: PA's Food Recovery Programs Spare Trash, Expense

State College Borough is among those cashing in by keeping food out of the trash.  

Sound Trends: How Philadelphia-Area Independent Record Labels Remain Viable

Our writer checks in with Siltbreeze, Relapse, Seclusiasis and Data Garden, among local labels adapting to the industry's changing landscape.

Autism App Creator from Lehigh Valley Making Strides

Separate apps developed by Bethlehem's Jason Lotito, whose son is autistic, promise to connect those with the disorder to their communities.
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