This mother of all makerspaces just keeps growing, and now they're set to expand again, moving into a massive space in the city's Kensington neighborhood. The membership organization provides tools, guidance and inspiration to a thriving community of crafters and hardware entrepreneurs.
Approximately 1.7 million in the state struggle with food insecurity. This holiday season, we shine a light on four Pennsylvanians who are working hard to alleviate that pain and build stronger communities.
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.
Pennsylvania is packed with wineries and B&Bs, but then there are those special spots that combine the two. In honor of Pennsylvania Wine Month, we're helping plan your next trip by profiling businesses across the state that offer both homegrown wines and guest rooms, with extra points for fire pits and al fresco opportunities.
Applying to business school can be an intimidating — and expensive — process, which is why these two founders are shaking things up. Using current students as mentors, they hope to reduce the barriers to entry in this selective section of higher ed.
There's a new head honcho at this West Philadelphia institution. Keystone Edge chatted with him about his varied resume, his greatest successes and failures, the best ways to foster innovation, and how he plans to bridge the gap between the local community and the Science Center.
Hospitals, schools, and social service institutions are on the front lines of the country's opioid epidemic, but what about parks? That was a question at the center of the latest PA Urban Parks & Recreation Exchange, which tackled safety, prevention and recovery.
An exciting partnership is working to breed, grow and release freshwater mussels into Philadelphia's Schuylkill River. Each one of these magical mollusks can filter up to 20 gallons of water per day, providing an essential service to our state's aquatic ecosystems.