Technically Philly: Five People Getting Things Done At Indy Hall

Technically Philly: Five People Getting Things Done At Indy Hall

Mural-covered and filled with sounds of chatter and faint music, Old City’s co-working space Indy Hall sees a rotating cast of about 70 of its 300 members daily. The two-story building, adorned with Christmas lights and clusters of workstations, is utilized by an array of artists, IT workers, entrepreneurs and other professionals. Here are five […]

 Tyler Sablich and Maxwell Reil

Arts & Entertainment: Five Things You Didn’t Know

Arts & Entertainment: Five Things You Didn’t Know

Known for its vibrant art scene, there is literally something for every artsy person in Philadelphia. Some spots, of course, tend to be more unusual than others. 1. The Clay Studio (above), founded 74 years ago, is one of the longest-tenured arts-related educational institutions in Philadelphia. Founded by five artists in need of space to […]

 By Nick Vadala and Sarah Schu

Technology: The Center City Debate

Technology: The Center City Debate

  [vimeo 23134777] For Paul R. Levy, the president and CEO of the Center City District, the transformation that area has experienced over the last 20 years has been a huge success story amid the backdrop of serious economic troubles. But not necessarily for the reasons you might think. It’s the outdoor cafes. All 213 […]

 By Nick Vadala and Sarah Schu

Technology: Retaining Startups in Philadelphia

Technology: Retaining Startups in Philadelphia

[vimeo 23135005] Philadelphia has historically been home to some of the greatest achievements in the history of the United States. We were the capital of the country from 1790 to 1800, the world’s first electronic computer was invented here (not in Iowa), and the Fresh Prince himself, Will Smith, used to call the area home. […]