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When Matt Lutz moved into his historic Dutch Colonial home in Franklin Park in 2002, a look down the street gave a disturbing picture: vacant houses in disrepair, drug dealers standing on the corner, a gang taking up residence in...
Morgan Spurlock did something in Columbus that bad actors in the startup scene do — spin the general public, the media, and our elected officials with a neatly packaged load of BS. The gist of Holy Chicken was, as believed...
2016 was the year Aunt Flow went from concept to full-fledged business, delivering the first round of its buy-one, give-one subscription tampon boxes to customers just last month. Readers and contributors voted the budding social enterprise as the Best...
Work is wrapping up on the 25,000 square feet of the second floor of the Idea Foundry in Franklinton. The renovation brings a new wave of makers to the former shoe warehouse that's now a makerspace for blacksmiths to...
This article is part six in a twelve-part series on information security fundamentals for small and medium-sized businesses. When it comes to protecting your IT assets, it's important to understand that the physical security perimeter is as important as your...
Coffee is roasted in one corner while candles are poured in another. Delicious smells waft from the kitchen where meals are assembled for delivery. Artisans show their crafts, whether the medium be leather, polymer or even hairstyles. It's all happening at...
Despite a year that could have meant the end of a startup before it even got to officially launch its product, the DACA Time team remains confident there will be a place for them in 2018 and beyond. Named for...
This fall, patrons of gluten-free goodie shop Bake Me Happy will have a place to stick around and enjoy their treats with the perfect pairing: a cup of coffee. The bakery, which has quickly become a Merion Village staple since...

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