This Harrisburg clothing startup is both inspired by and contributing to local street art: A portion of their proceeds go to area arts organizations.
From helping colleges cut down their emissions to spearheading the eco-friendly renovation of an iconic Southside Bethlehem building, this Lehigh Valley firm is making a major impact.
An astounding collection of photographs from legendary city planner Ed Bacon has been released to the public. The goal is not just to share but also to gather information.
A shuttered bowling alley is the future home of Bicycling magazine and Runner’s World. Fortunately for this Lehigh Valley city, goals for the space go far beyond just producing the publications: the 20,000-square-foot HQ will boast multi-media studios, space for live events, and a storefront lab where the public can scope out the latest gear.
This mother of all makerspaces just keeps growing, and now they're set to expand again, moving into a massive space in the city's Kensington neighborhood. The membership organization provides tools, guidance and inspiration to a thriving community of crafters and hardware entrepreneurs.
Doing holiday shopping for the Pennsylvanian in your life? We've got some great ideas to help you rep the Commonwealth while supporting local businesses.
The founder of Whole Wide World Toys spent years traveling the globe with her family before settling in Hershey and launching this innovative company. Their beautiful playsets prepare kids for a changing world, encouraging cultural literacy — priming them to study abroad, pursue cross-cultural job opportunities and seek out diverse communities.
A NEPA architecture firm is designing award-winning green homes, employing a cutting-edge method that uses 80 percent less energy than conventional buildings.
Pittsburgh is a global hub for the autonomous vehicle industry, with a hotbed of study at Carnegie Mellon and a plethora of thriving startups — including one that received a $1 billion investment from Ford. Recent setbacks have made national news, but this PA city is still betting big on self-driving cars.
Inspired by the 1940 York Plan, an initiative that boosted manufacturing during World War II, the York Plan 2.0 is a rethinking of the city's economy around robotics and a 240,000-square-foot innovation district.