[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.
This renowned summer stock theater, nestled in the pines of Franklin County, draws international talent to its humble stage. And while summer 2021 won't quite be business-as-usual, there are lots of reasons — live music, a film series — to add this gem to your itinerary.
For many of us, the pandemic changed our relationship to food. We cooked more. We shopped differently. We looked to local farms. This company out of Pittsburgh has been working for more than a decade at the intersection of technology and agriculture, so they were perfectly poised to meet the moment.
Lititz, a small town in Lancaster County, has become a hub for global event production. So what happened when the world's shows, concerts, and festivals went dark overnight? One local company got creative.
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.
Participants in Operation Warp Speed, NewAge Industries' piping is an essential tool in the fight against COVID-19. And they don't just innovate on the manufacturing line: The company is 100 percent owned by its workers.