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Jan 18

A bookstore/café in Harrisburg breaks new ground

The city's first Black-owned coffee shop is led by an ambitious young entrepreneur who is already eyeing expansion and growing his wholesale bean business. He created Good Brotha's Book Café as a community gathering place for locals of all stripes. 

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Jan 18

Key Change Episode 10: Cheerleading for rural innovation

In the latest episode of our podcast series, we chatted with Ta Enos about returning to her hometown in the PA Wilds and dedicating her career to helping the region thrive, one business at a time. We've also got information on an exciting opportunity for local entrepreneurs.

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Dec 9

Our Top Five Stories of 2021

These are the features our readers responded to the most, and they cover everything from ascendent small towns to recreation amenities to high tech wizardry.

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Nov 12

Circular Philadelphia reimagines the consumer economy

A circular economy would let us use, collect, sort, and recycle or repurpose everyday materials on a large scale, replacing the world of single-use items, from food containers to this season’s fashions to demolished buildings. A new nonprofit organization is tackling this "big, hairy, audacious goal."

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Nov 12

The small town that could

Dublin is a Bucks County hamlet that has long been overshadowed by its neighbors. That is starting to change thanks to a raft of new businesses and The Square, a dynamic mixed-use development.

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Oct 18

A historic mill is reborn in Altoona

Originally built over 130 years ago, this 100,000-square-foot mixed-use commercial space is set to welcome tenants and boost the local economy. The thoughtful and ambitious rehab was a team effort.

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