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Considering Philadelphia as a Tech Bootstrapping Community Rather Than a Tech Startup Community

The founder of Philadelphia Game Lab proposes an alternative starting point for evaluating health and scale of the city's startup community.

Roder Lotus

INLIQUID: Fused Glass with a Persian and Swiss Twist

Iman Roder's painstaking process, which also includes copper and brass foil, yields 2D art panels, jewelry, tables and even nightlights.

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Coming Next Week: Serial Cartoon 'Mayor of Wissahickon Creek' Debuts

If 'Game Change' met 'Wind in the Willows,' their serial comic strip love child might look something like this, from the mind of West Philadelphia's Aaron Krolikowski.

4017 Lancaster Ave

FLYING PHOTO: Opening Night for Transformation 19104

Flying Kite's inaugural art exhibition, Transformation 19104, opened as part of Second Friday at its On the Ground HQ at 4017 Lancaster Ave. 

Crowded Beach Scene

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: #wearthebeach, Pinto & Barnes, Philly Cup

Winston & Duke unveils at North Shore Beach Club, talking modernism at the Woodmere, and skateboarders take over Pop's Playground.

Mirvis | Over the River and Through the Woods

ON THE GROUND: Artists Set for 'Transformation 19104' Exhibition, Friday's Opening

The Tiberinos, Traction Company and Liberia are all represented in the artist lineup for our inaugural exhibition at 4017 Lancaster Ave. this Friday from 6-9 p.m.

The Circuit

The Circuit: Giant Collaboration Promotes, Extends Region's Trails

Region's trail network expected to triple in next two decades with guidance from groundbreaking, 34-member coalition.

Art for the cash poor

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Reelabilities, Public Pianos, Art for Cash Poor

Films that reveal and inspire, 704 keys that don't play themselves, and some of the best art made in the city at bargain prices.

The staff at RELAPSE

Sound Trends: How Philadelphia-Area Independent Record Labels Remain Viable

Our writer checks in with Siltbreeze, Relapse, Seclusiasis and Data Garden, among local labels adapting to the industry's changing landscape.

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CultureWorks opening coworking space at 1315 Walnut St. on Oct. 1

The cultural strategy and resource gurus are seeking founding members for their 4,500 square foot space inside the at 1315 Walnut St.

Brotherly Suds

PHILLY BEER WEEK: Behind the Brewing of Brotherly Suds 3

Find out which local brewers collaborated to bring this year's official Philly Beer Week brew to life, plus a home brewer's best bets for next week's celebration.

Union Transfer

Sound Effect: How A Music Venue Can Lift a Neighborhood

Neighborhoods often fight live music venues, but they might be missing out. The Boot & Saddle on South Broad is next.

Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Trenton Ave. Arts, Wheat Beer, Green in the 'Burbs

It's sculpture derby time in Kensington, craft brew and food in Newbold and energy independence day in Modena.

Alexandra Schmidt-Ullrich, Will McHale, and Katie Winkler.

Philly Works Reveals City's Hidden Underbelly of Makers

This partnership that promotes Philadelphia's makers has a call for submissions for its annual Qualities of Life Philadelphia show through July 1.

Art Star

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Free Speech, Brewerytown Spring, Art Stars

See this year's best film on free speech and get crafty with mom with hundreds of vendors and lots of music and good food across the city.
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