Pennsylvania's video games industry is a vibrant and dynamic place, home to both boutique design firms and one of the country's best esports programs. In this episode, we talked to two people pushing this creative field forward, and working to open the door to the next generation.
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.
The organization's first project is reimagining the 115,000-square-foot former Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg into a mixed-use development featuring housing, retail, community services, and urban agriculture.
The September 11th National Memorial Trail, which runs through 23 Pennsylvania counties, is close to earning National Historic Landmark designation. That honor will help increase opportunities for education, recreation, and commemoration along the route.
[email protected], a co-working space in downtown Harrisburg, experienced its best month of business in February 2020. We all know what happened next. Co-founder Adam Porter tells us how this gathering place survived a year without gatherings, and why he thinks his industry is poised to thrive in post-pandemic America.
Welcome to the new fashion frontier. Buy a #MadeinPA face mask to protect yourself and the people around you, while also supporting a local business. An added bonus: Many of these makers are also contributing masks or dollars to worthy causes in their communities.