Pokémon Go: beneficial in more ways than one

The setting sun did not deter aspiring Pokémon trainers from gathering around Scranton’s Courthouse Square Tuesday night. Shouts of “over there,” followed by pointing and fast-paced walking became a familiar sight as dozens used their cellphones as guides, all keeping an eye out for something rare. Someone announced an Eevee was near, a creature with brown fur and a… Read More Pokémon Go: beneficial in more ways than one

The Workshop brings a trendy art business to downtown Scranton

This article was written in the Spring of 2014 as part of a project at Marywood University titled NEPAnomics. While working on the project I had the privilege to visit The Workshop. The smell of machinery and ink filled the small work space on Adams Ave. in Scranton. Paper lay strewn across the counter and a… Read More The Workshop brings a trendy art business to downtown Scranton

Scranton businesses utilize social media to boost sales

This article was written in the Spring of 2014 as part of a project at Marywood University titled NEPAnomics. I had the privilege of talking with multiple small business owners about their business and their use of social media to help their small business grow. Here are my findings. Owning a small business is no… Read More Scranton businesses utilize social media to boost sales