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‘Lo-fi’ makerspace Workshop PHL launches in Fishtown [Links]

"Its founder, Delaware County native Kelly Malone, describes Workshop as a lo-fi, DIY interpretation of a maker facility. It will be a place where affordable classes are treated as laid-back social affairs, and where local creatives will teach everything from simple sewing and cocktail-making to photography and jewelry-making."

workshop phl, a lo-fi maker space, comes to fishtown [Flying Kite] “Its founder, Delaware County native Kelly Malone, describes Workshop as a lo-fi, DIY interpretation of a maker facility. It will be a place where affordable classes are treated as laid-back social affairs, and where local creatives will teach everything from simple sewing and cocktail-making to photography and jewelry-making.”

Can a group of cheerleaders get more girls interested in STEM? [Newsworks] Find our coverage of Science Cheerleader here.

When Camden was Silicon Valley — and glimpses of a med-tech turnaround [Newsworks]

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Series: Camden
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