Category: Reuse/Rebuild
Jul 15

Allegheny Outfitters expands in downtown Warren

The veteran-owned, independent outfitter has consolidated and expanded its offerings, putting all of its services — kayak/canoe rental, outdoor gear, trip-planning — under one roof. A local brewery will soon join them. It's a big moment for the company and also for this PA Wilds town, a gem for nature lovers.

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Apr 15

Eat, drink, play, bowl in Lancaster City

A historic building has been transformed into a dynamic urban playground boasting classic arcade games, six bowling lanes, a creative food menu, and plenty of drinks. It's quite the time to recreate in one of the state's most vibrant cities.

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Mar 12

Hearst invests in downtown Easton

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.

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Nov 8

High tea and humidors for the holidays

Sick of malls and online retailers? This year, head to your local main street or commercial center to support PA businesses and turn the annual gift-buying chore into a lovely day out. If you're in the Mon Valley, Speers is a wonderful option for snacks and shopping.

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Nov 8

Much more than just a cup of coffee

Coffee shops have come to serve a central role in small towns and resurgent neighborhoods, providing a gathering place for the community. Here we profile four of our favorite cafes from across the state, and talk with the owners about how their missions go beyond the perfect brew.

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