For thousands of years before the arrival of European settlers, the Lenape thrived in the Delaware Valley. Centuries of abuse and displacement followed, and now a repatriation project aims to heal old wounds. In this installment, we discuss the complex process of giving the tribe’s ancestral remains and artifacts a final resting place at Pennsbury Manor.
This leafy neighborhood in Northwest Philadelphia has been the site of everything from a Revolutionary War battle to a streetcar-driven building boom, to contemporary racial justice protests — no wonder it has so many incredible historic sites. As part of our We Are Here series, we're looking at three of those special places and how they're working to be good neighbors.
In this installment, we hear about The People Project, an Adams County-based initiative offering opportunities for locals to share their life experiences and showcase their creativity. A tumultuous few years pushed the initiative to grow and evolve, pointing towards an exciting future.
It’s that time of year again: Time to boost some of our favorite Pennsylvania small businesses and help readers with their holiday shopping in the process. From rocks glasses to fresh flowers to one-of-a-kind jewelry, there's something for everyone on your list.
If you want to work in tv and movies or build arena-ready concert sets, you can do it right here in the Commonwealth. The Pittsburgh Film Office and Rock Lititz are drawing global talent and building homegrown workforces, setting the state up to be a leader in these exciting creative fields.
As they navigate an increasingly digital world — and weather a pandemic — Pennsylvania's libraries have adapted, giving their patrons the tools and the space to thrive. From game nights to public art to high-tech tools, they're ready for a new era.
For years, factories and mills anchored PA communities large and small. The question of what to do with these beautiful, historic buildings is an essential one, and there is no single answer. In Johnstown, metalwork has returned to a shuttered steel facility, while in the Poconos, a new generation of residents are setting up laptops and sipping lattes in an old silk mill.