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The University City Science Center

With Steve Tang at the helm, the Science Center expands both its mission and its footprint

This University City institution continues to thrive and evolve, adding new buildings and innovative programs to support the next great Philadelphia companies. 


PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Custom Jewelry, Latino Film, Spring Cleaning

Latin American Film Festival at International House, sterling silver at The Alternatives Museum in Wilmington, and it's clean-up time in the city.


PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Latkepalooza, Serafin Strings, Unsilent Night

The holidays deserve to taste, sound and look this good. Get your latkes, classical strings and boomboxes ready for a stroll through Greater Philadelphia's best.

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Waste Warriors: An Industry Emerges from Philadelphia's Reclaimed Goods

Many in the region are figuring out how to profit from all kinds of trash, waste and scraps, helping fulfill the city's Greenworks promise.

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Q&A: Brandon Yoshimura, Loffles

Legitimizing and streamlining online sweepstakes for both consumers and advertisers is the goal for this startup, which has drawn $500,000 in seed funding.

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An Increasingly More Common Market: North Philly Group Sets Bar High for Local Food Distribution

Know where your cafeteria's lunch comes from? Common Market is changing institutional food from the inside out, sourcing food from local farmers and supplying it to schools, hospitals and corporations throughout the region.

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Investing in the Arts: PNC Arts Alive! Gives $1M to Region's Cultural Sector

The Main Line Art Center was among nine new grant recipients, as the five-year, $5 million initiative continues to stimulate innovation throughout Greater Philadelphia's arts and culture organizations.

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Hal Real Saved the Queen: World Cafe Live To Light Up Wilmington

The old vaudeville theater has stood vacant for a half century. The lights come on again April 1 with an established entertainment brand, but the $25 million project would not have been possible if not for a host of collaborators.

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Creative Change: LOMA Design District Gives Wilmington Identity, Redevelopment it Longed For

A large urban shopping mall has given way to a vast makeover of Lower Market Street, which is now home to a creative class that's organized, branded and ready to change the city.


FLYING PHOTO: A Stroll Down LOMA Lane, Wilmington

We lost track of our photographer during our winter visit to Market Street in Wilmington, where a new creative class officially known as LOMA is creating a design district unto itself, and this is what he found.

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Deserving Preserving: Preservation Alliance Announces Award Winners

A mansion, post office, farm house, and stone bridge were among the projects that were recognized by the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia as 2011 Preservation Achievement Award winners.

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