An unmarked door into the basement of a small commercial building in the Ivywild neighborhood seems more likely to contain dusty storage bins and cobwebbed boxes of forgotten relics than a modern, wildly artistic and growing business. But somehow, the tiny 340-square-foot basement space is a fitting location for a start-up business with industry roots […]

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