Souderton / Telford
Arts and Culture
On the Ground
Reuse / Rebuild
Once a tourist attraction for Philadelphia's wealthy, this small town (1.2 square miles) is now home for many of those families' descendants. Home to vibrant arts organizations like the Symphony Orchestra, Celebration Theater, Lansdowne Folk Club and Lansdowne Arts Festival, there is rarely a shortage of things to do here. Civic engagement is also centerstage in Lansdowne, where walkability and easy access to Philadelphia have helped entrepreneurship come back to its business corridor.
Higher Education is Apparently Recession-Proof Here
Keystone Edge staff
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Earlier this week, Select Greater Philadelphia released its 2010 Higher Education Impact report, an updated version of its 2007 study, and the findings were largely encouraging
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Wildlife Refuge in Southwest Philly getting sustainable makeover, flood protection
The John Heinz Wildlife Refuge will have installed new solar panels by the end of this week that will enable its Cusano Environmental Education Center to derive 80-90% of its power from solar and geothermal sources. That's not all, as the refuge ...
One of area's few suburban food deserts, Chester, gets a lift from Philabundance's nonprofit grocery
Popular suburban orchard proves that mini golf and science go together like apples and apples
Proposed Swarthmore Town Center West development promises college town's first inn
SEPTA's bus fleet to become more eco-friendly thanks to two grants
Greater Philadelphia on pace to shatter record for multifamily building sales
Northern Delaware burger icon expanding all over Philadelphia area
Goal! DVRPC examines how a Chester train station can best serve soccer fans and office workers
SEPTA prepares for vote on new way to pay on Regional Rail
Community building through OcTrolleyFest helps lift Darby and its rich transportation legacy
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FLYING BYTES: SEPTA's TransitView, MAC founder raises $75M, and Phila. Printworks strikes chord
Updates on stories we've been following: SEPTA's new TransitView; Bipin Shah raises $72M; Specticast expands programming; Philadelphia Printworks finds fellowship with the local music scene.
Interactive mapping platform launched to connect Philadelphians to their local communities
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Jassi Chadha enriches entrepreneurial ecosystem with TiE-NJ/Philadelphia
Wildly successful entrepreneur Jassi Chadha has brought his expertise to TiE-NJ/Philadelphia, a newer chapter of the global entrepreneurship organization, reports SiliconIndia.
Flying Kite among new online operations tackling local news
Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer
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