In a crazy year, companies large and small are leaping into the fray to encourage and facilitate safe voting. From giving employees time off to cast their ballots, to sharing pertinent deadlines, to funding PPE for poll workers, Pennsylvania's business community is working hard to make your voice heard.
We've got a new issue of Keystone Edge, hot off the digital presses. Read stories about heading to the polls, rethinking the drive-in, connecting with a family legacy (while creating jobs), admiring a lost visionary, and getting to know PA's Black tech entrepreneurs.
Pennsylvania is one of the best places in the nation to enjoy a flick from the comfort of your car. And while 2020 has not been a typical movie season, the Cumberland Drive-In Theatre has found new ways to draw people in, from hosting weddings to planning special events to screening classic films.
Pennsylvania's parks and campgrounds have never been more popular. There's a good reason for that: Beyond the COVID-19 staycation boom, these family-friendly spaces provide stunning views, a taste of solitude, and an arena for adventure.
These colorful insects are decimating the state's grapevines, hop farms, orchards, and flower beds. (What do they have against our craft beverage industry?) Learn more about how you can join the fight against the spotted menace.
Warmer winters are a challenge for Pennsylvania's ski industry, which has a long and storied history. To thrive in this new reality, the state's resorts are going green, expanding their year-round offerings, and improving snow-making technology.
Next time you book a stay in the mountains, you'll be helping to preserve the very natural landscape you've traveled to see. In this majestic region, environmentalists have joined forces with the vibrant tourism industry. Funds from hotel stays and drink purchases support conservation efforts, including the successful resurrection of the local bald eagle population. It’s a great way to justify your next vacation.