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Dominic Sisti

Dominic Sisti talks "Bringing Back the Asylum"

The head of the Scattergood Program for the Applied Ethics of Behavioral Healthcare talks about his thought-provoking article, the strong reaction and what he and his colleagues really meant to say.

Night Market in Old City drew thousands

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Night Market Callowhill, Philly Photo Day and a visiting children's choir

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The Bio International Conference comes to Philly

The 2015 BIO International Convention comes to Philadelphia

The region's reputation as a global hub for academic, scientific and entrepreneurial prowess in the life sciences is on the rise, and now thousands of industry leaders will descend on the city June 15-18.

The Iris Brown Townhomes, a WCRP community

Home Steady: Discovering new ways to house Philadelphians

In an effort to preserve affordable housing in a rapidly-changing city, the WCRP is tapping a fresh tool. The resulting Community Justice Land Trust aims to help local families realize the dream of home ownership and stay in their neighborhoods.

"Between Worlds"

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Public art, global innovation and international images

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The Antique Center in Haddonfield

Haddonfield: Charm and history in a town across the river

This posh hamlet is bursting with independent shops and colonial architecture -- and it's a quick trip from Philadelphia via PATCO. How did Haddonfield get this way? It's been an interesting ride. 

Kara Cox

National Spotlight: Three ways to keep housing affordable for artists

First, help policy makers understand the role of the artist in urban vitality.

November 14 Design Charrette for school sites

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: PR for startups, celebrating design and a Guacamole showdown

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Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby turns to Indiegogo

PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Drink like The Dude and party in Fishtown

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Chandler Bats in Norristown

Made in Pennsylvania: The evolving face of manufacturing in the Commonwealth

Whether its producing baseball bats, copper piping, kale chips or high-tech coatings, manufacturing is growing and changing across the state. It's all part of a larger trend of revived domestic production that's luring the next generation of high-skill workers.

Dganit Zauberman in the studio

InLiquid Artist Profile: Dganit Zauberman

An interview with this Philly-based artist.

Lindsay Tucker So

Creative Exchange: Write Your Block integrates poetry and place in Philadelphia

Philadelphia's latest Poet Laureate takes poetry to the streets.


JOIN(t) Action: Igniting innovation on education and job growth

From building better internships to helping adults finish college degrees, this speaker series offered pathways to more dynamic and inclusive Philadelphia job market.

Enjoying green space -- and cornhole -- on the Mon

Statewide Spotlight: Rebirth on the Monongahela River

This southwestern PA waterway is dotted with charming towns and exciting recreation opportunities. Now the communities along "The Mon" are banding together to lure adventurous tourists and transform the region into a hub for playing and paddling.
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