After over a century in business, this Erie institution is no stranger to change — but that doesn't mean the last year didn't throw them for a loop. We chatted with Brian Gorman, a third-generation member of the park's leadership, about how they safely brought folks back to the midway, and what they have planned for 2021.
A pair of former science teachers are creating winter sports equipment like no other. With an artisanal manufacturing process, local materials, and patented design, they're turning their Snyder County-based company into a powerful force in the snowboarding world.
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.
Your new favorite hobby is adventurous, affordable, and naturally socially distant. Whether you're simply looking out the front window or planning travel to pad your life list, Pennsylvania is a fascinating place to fall in love with birds, both native and migratory.
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.
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.
This Centre County town has a growing stable of small businesses and a wealth of historic downtown properties ready for a refresh. Thanks to hard work by a passionate group of stakeholders, the comeback is just getting started.
This beautiful region has a lot to offer, from bike trails and world-class fishing to charming towns and thriving breweries. The freshly rebranded Happy Valley Adventure Bureau hopes to lure visitors and boost small businesses.
From Easton to Altoona, our top five stories of 2019 were all about local, local, local. People wanted to read about cities and towns evolving, thinking big, and using existing assets to build a brighter future. Look forward to more of the same from Keystone Edge in 2020!