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Philcon - sci fi, fansasty & horror convention held yearly Started in 1936, Philcon features cutting-edge programming about literature, art, television, film, anime, comics, science, gaming, costuming and cosplay, music, and other topics of interest to fans of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. We will also have many other attractions, such as our awesome Art Show and Auction; a Vendors' Room full of unique merchandise.

African American Museum - The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built by a major United States city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans.

action aid-  a Philadelphia-based organization works in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, to sustain and enhance their quality of life. We provide a range of direct services and take an active and professional approach to leadership in service, education and advocacy.

Al-Aqsa Islamic Academy is a full-time private Islamic school, established in 1996, and situated in Philadelphia, PA, on Germantown Ave.  Al-Aqsa provides classes from Pre-K to the 12th grade and after-school care

Arlington-libertybell a burial site in liberty bell they also post pictures of events 

The Philadelphia region's first online magazine covering the Main Line, western suburbs, and surrounding areas

Philadelphia gallery guide and listing of fine art galleries located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. These art galleries feature contemporary art and traditional fine art, glass art, prints, sculpture, fine art photography and other types of visual art.

The Avenue of the Arts, Inc. (AAI) is an independent non-profit organization created in 1993 to coordinate and oversee the growth and development of the Avenue of the Arts. The geographic boundaries for the Avenue of the Arts are Broad Street, one block east and west, from Washington Avenue on the south to Glenwood Avenue on the north. AAI works closely with district businesses, arts and entertainment entities to promote the district as a center for tourism and commercial activities.

Its a blog about bala avenue telling of workshops and other important things going on in bala avenue

Its a blog about brandy wine peace telling of workshops and other important things going on in brandy wine peace

its a blog about broad street its about current events and reviews of,Music,Art,Theater,


They empower Philadelphia children and youth to become positive citizens, decision-makers and leaders by providing them, their families and their elders with high quality, community-based programs and services that promote character building, educational achievement, healthy lifestyles and teamwork.

Its a blog telling current events that are happing in chesnut hill area

Since its start in 1855 as the nation's first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been the birthplace for many dramatic firsts in pediatric medicine. The Hospital has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved countless children’s lives. Over 150 years of innovation and service to our patients, their families and our community, reflect an ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care.

Christopher Wink Sharing my work and writing about media convergence, entrepreneurship and the future of news

An article By Katherine Manganthat tells the reader about embracing the digital age.


the city paper is a site that shows the reader articles about the city and the current events going on in phildelphia

Children’s Literacy Initiative (CLI) is a non-profit that works with teachers to transform instruction so that children can become powerful readers, writers, and thinkers.

Code for America helps governments work better for everyone with the people and the power of the web. Through our Fellowship, Accelerator, and Brigade, we're building a network of cities, citizens, community groups, and startups, all equally committed to reimagining government for the 21st century.

The College strives to,Enable individuals, families and communities to take greater responsibility for their health,Improve the health of the public through service to health professionals,Enhance appreciation of the heritage of medicine,Provide information for the development of health policy The College of Physicians of Philadelphia advances the cause of health while upholding the ideals and heritage of medicine.

The national constitution center web site you can plan a visit , learn about it or just explore the the center.

Catholic Peace Fellowship (CPF) is a community of Christians, founded in Philadelphia in 1968, who have joined together to bring a gospel-based perspective to peace, justice, and environmental issues.

This AIDS Education Month, Philadelphia FIGHT honors the 10th Anniversary of the Death of Kiyoshi Kuromiya. AIDS activist, and also probably the most important person in defeating the "Communications Decency Act" Internet censorship law. Some of Kiyoshi's major interest were:

In honor and memory of Kiyoshi Kuromiya, we have set up this Web site so that persons who share his interests can find each other, develop projects, and build community. All are welcome, whether or not they knew Kiyoshi when he was alive

CultureMob covers arts & entertainment news across the United States.

The Curtis Institute of Music opened on October 13, 1924. It fulfilled the fondest dream of Mary Louise Curtis Bok, the only child of Philadelphia-based Louisa Knapp and Cyrus H. K. Curtis, whose Curtis Publishing Company produced two of the most popular magazines in America - The Saturday Evening Post and The Ladies' Home Journal.

they are anti-authoritarian, anti-racist, non-religious and about class struggle.

The Peace Center of Delaware County is a gathering and community place for  planning, dreaming, and living Peace. The role of the Peace Center is to help build a peace and justice community in Delaware County that serves the needs of local activist organizations, families and individuals seeking to integrate peacemaking into their lives; and congregations, organizations, and individuals to link the search for spiritual peace with the movement for peace on earth. The Peace Center is a place to share meals, conduct meetings, sponsor educational forums, celebrate and party, recite poetry, dance, sing, build, and make peace.The Peace Center is also an incubator for ideas on how to strengthen the peace and justice movement, function collectively, provide training for activism, secure and store important tools, and develop a peace and justice movement that promotes racial, religious, and cultural diversity.

Its mission is to educate and organize the people of Delaware County in support of alternatives to war and to the militarization of our society. We work to address the root causes of terrorism and war and to advocate foreign and domestic policies based on economic and social justice, international law, non-violence, and the preservation of civil liberties.
Delaware Valley Veterans For America its mission is to alert the media about the troops they also hold events and talk bout the war and other things relating to it or just for comfort allowing them to become closer through shared experience

Drexel university homepage wher you can apply , visit the campus , contact the them and check the history of Drexel and other things. 

El Hispano’s philosophy is based on a responsible, objective and informative commitment to voicing the Hispanic point of view. El Hispano brings the Hispanic community and its friends ‘The News of Today with the Vision of Tomorrow.” they also keep up and post spainsh current events

Electric Factory, one of the nation's leading indoor music venues, tops the charts in Philadelphia as the city's most celebrated location for live music. For over 40 years Electric Factory has been a fan favorite for an array of musical tastes as it hosts the top names in entertainment from all musical genres. Electric Factory is available for Private Parties and Corporate Functions.
Sponsorship opportunities also available!

A spanish newspaper on current events and other things going on in the world

The Philadelphia Gay News is the area’s largest and oldest publication targeted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Started in 1975, we strive to focus on and promote businesses and populations within our community to engender mutual success. This includes publishing special issues to highlight areas such as marriage, pets and health, as well as tackling sensitive issues like LGBT suicide and homelessness.

tells events such as concerts happening in philadelphia

The Daily Pennsylvanian, Inc. is a non-profit corporation which publishes The Daily Pennsylvanian newspaper, 34th Street Magazine,,, Under the Button and The Buzz blogs and The Weekly Pennsylvanian and The Summer Pennsylvanian weekly newspapers.

Arete Magazine encourages everyone to awaken their inner savvy dogooder through a publication that focuses on the power of giving and service.

Philadelphia FIGHT (FIGHT) is a comprehensive AIDS service organization providing primary care, consumer education, advocacy and research on potential treatments and potential vaccines. FIGHT was formed as a partnership of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and clinicians who joined together to improve the lives of people living with the disease.

Fox Bookshop is a general independent bookstore in the Rittenhouse Square area of downtown Philadelphia with a choice selection of new literature, non-fiction, art, architecture, design, music, poetry and books for children.

The Frankford Gazette is a community oriented web blog for and about Frankford.   Here’s more on us at our one year anniversary in the Northeast Times.

We enjoy creating unique events for our diverse and engaged community. We are pleased when you meet your friends and neighbors to laugh together, to applaud a great performance, to chat over dinner, to think about something old in a whole new way.

This is a gay and lesbian and transgender bookstore

The Green Party is an officially recognized political party in Pennsylvania and is one of the only parties that is actually growing.  As with Greens throughout the United States and the world,

NORTHWEST GREENS: to bring voters to an understanding of the issues affecting Northwest Philadelphia (Mount Airy, Germantown, Chestnut Hill).

Guinea Pig Zero is an occupational jobzine for people who are used as medical or pharmaceutical research subjects

The Hellenic News of America is a comprehensive and highly informative monthly bilingual newspaper with news and commentary about issues affecting the United States, Greece and Cyprus, as well as, local Greek American community news in both English and Greek languages.

The Great Experiment is a multi-format historical documentary television film and Internet project that presents the story of Philadelphia, the single most compelling stage for the unfurling and testing of American ideals.

support two decision-making bodies that plan HIV care and prevention services in the Philadelphia area: the Philadelphia EMA Ryan White Part A Planning Council (RWPC) and the Philadelphia Prevention Planning Group (PPG).We also assist the Positive Committee, a group that supports and enhances the participation of people living with HIV/AIDS in the community planning process through educational activities and outreach.

Independents Hall is a coworking space and community in Philadelphia. We are designers, developers, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, educators, small business owners, telecommuters, marketers, videographers, game developers

committed to providing the neighborhood with the finest fair trade, organic, and sustainably sourced specialty coffees and teas. We seek out the finest artisan coffee roasters and tea blenders from around the country -- folks who share our committment to ethical business practices AND exceptional flavor.

The Irish Edition is a monthly newspaper celebrating 30 years covering irish events, organizations, music, films, concerts, political developments and news from Greater Philadelphia, New Jersey, Mid-Atlantic States, U.S. & Ireland.

Jefferson university homepage wher you can apply , visit the campus , contact the them and check the history of Jefferson and other things.

The award-winning Jewish Community Voice is the newspaper of record for Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties in Southern New Jersey. Since its first issue on Sept. 19, 1941, the Voice has featured the best in local, national, and international news coverage. Today, Jewish Federation Publications (JFP) produces the Voice, a biweekly paper; Attitudes, a lifestyle magazine published twice a year

Johnny Brenda’s is a bar, restaurant, and music venue located in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. Featuring a world-class sound system, and a balcony (a rarity for a room it’s size), it is unlike any performance space in Philadelphia.

Kimmel Center Inc.’s mission is to operate a world-class performing arts center that engages and serves a broad audience from throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

The mission of the Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. Its vision is to build an enlightened community devoted to lifelong learning.

Little India is the largest circulated Indian publication in the United States, as well as the largest circulated overseas Indian publication in the world.

its a jewish coumminty blog

a website that provides artciles on sports,entertainment, people,flair, police, obits, health tv, media laband video is a blog about Malcolm X Memorial Park at 52nd and Pine in West Philadelphia and the surrounding neighborhood, with a special focus on 52nd Street.

The Mann Center for the Performing Arts presents diverse, world-class entertainment in a beautiful park setting at affordable prices

Philly Tech Meetup convenes technologists, entrepreneurs, investors and the broader innovation community regularly to learn and share. Each month, hundreds of innovators gather to see demos, launch products and meet their future co-founders, partners and funders.

Mel Taylor Media has over 20 years of hands on success with newspaper, broadcast & hyper-local publishing. We’ve successfully trained over 5,000 local media executives from companies like Tribune, The New York Times,, Fox-TV, Clear Channel Radio, Calkins Media, and hundreds of independent, hyper-local publishers.

Mercy Health System is the largest Catholic healthcare system serving the Delaware Valley and is a member of Catholic Health East, a multi-institutional Catholic health system co-sponsored by 9 religious congregations and Hope Ministries.

Moore college homepage wher you can apply , visit the campus , contact the them and check the history of Moore and other things.

Motivos magazine: a new bilingual resource for students and their families

Mummers tradition dates back to 400 BC and the Roman Festival of Saturnalias where Latin laborers marched in masks throughout the day of satire and gift exchange.

Its the online home of Northeast Philadelphia. Launched in November 2008, NEastPhilly is maintained by a collection of local residents who live and breathe Northeast Philadelphia.

The New Mainstream Press specializes in publishing ethnic newspapers in the Greater Philadelphia areas  Our main publications are the Metro Chinese Weekly and the Metro Viet News. Our Philadelphia Asian newspapers cover Philadelphia County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Delaware County, Bucks County in Pennsylvania as well as South Jersey and Northern Delaware.

 the message board of northern liberties in which users can read and post their point of views on many things

The Managing Director’s Office of Emergency Management (MDO-OEM) is responsible for ensuring the readiness of the City of Philadelphia for emergencies of any kind through an integrated and collaborative program that educates the public on how to prepare for emergencies, works with organizations throughout the city to prepare emergency contingencies, mitigate the impact of emergencies and enable the city to recover from an emergency as quickly as possible

Provides articles on things and evvents that happen in 2010

Provides articles on things and events that happen in 2011

Opera Company of Philadelphia is committed to embracing innovation and developing opera for the 21st Centurycreates outstanding productions of both classic and new operatic works that resonate within the community, assembles the finest international creative artists, and presents a wide array of programming that educates, deepens, and diversifies the opera audience in Philadelphia and beyond.  Performance offerings include large-scale works at the historic Academy of Music, intimate chamber operas as part of the Aurora Series for Chamber Opera at the Perelman Theater, and frequent community performances which focus on creative partnerships and enhanced accessibility.

The Masonic Home of Pennsylvania, founded in 1871. Previously located in Philadelphia, this haven for poor and sick Pennsylvania Freemasons relocated to Montgomery County in 1976 and currently offers continuing care retirement services for more than 250 residents.

The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, through its research, collections, exhibitions, and educational programming, advances understanding of the world's cultural heritage.Founded in 1887, Penn Museum has conducted more than 400 archaeological and anthropological expeditions around the world. Three gallery floors feature materials from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Canaan and Israel, Mesoamerica, Asia and the ancient Mediterranean World, as well as artifacts from native peoples of the Americas and Africa. With an active exhibition schedule, a membership program, and educational programming for children and adults, Penn Museum offers the public an opportunity to share in the ongoing discovery of humankind's collective heritage.

Penn Book Center serving the academic community in University City for nearly fifty years. Our knowledgeable staff will help you find the book you want.   If we don't have it in stock, we will be happy to order it for you. We also happily fulfill orders for course books for UPenn, Drexel, and other local universities.

Gives help and servies for phildelphia residents

Theatreland offers the largest individual collection of websites providing complete, impartial guides to all the theatrical, musical and performance arts events and venues in the world's greatest cities, from New York's Broadway to London's West End and from the showrooms of Las Vegas to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

provides detail on what goes around in the phldelphia and south jersey

provides info on community,housing, jobs, personals,all for sale,services,gigs,resumes

tells about gay and gay social events

the offical website for the phillies

The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia is a civic project to increase understanding of one of America’s greatest cities. From abolition and the American Revolution to yellow fever and zoos (with cheesesteaks, rowhouses, and hundreds of other topics in between), the digital Encyclopedia volume and its print volume will offer the most comprehensive, authoritative reference source ever created for the Philadelphia region.

Philly's Fastest-Growing Living and Visiting Guide where you can look for a house or apartment

This is a south asian news paper

a fourm about phildelphia

Philadelphia University homepage wher you can apply , visit the campus , contact the them and check the history of the university and other things

the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia welcomes an average of 2,200 people a week by subsidizing dozens of cultural, educational, civic, wellness and spiritual groups.

faeries are a queer tribal nation sharing affinity in the spiritual underpinnings of non-mainstream sexuality and heart-centered relationship. We welcome all queer spirits, straight, gay, bi, trans, two-spirited or searching.

a local site aiming to provide accurate live music listings for venues in the Philadelphia area.
No matter what kind of shows you're into, we hope to have listings for what you're looking for.

Philly BDS is a creative partnership working for human rights in Israel/Palestine. We support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign called for by Palestinian civil society in 2005. 

priveds articles a events about war

an educational free public service to assist area schools, organizations, and groups by providing informative, useful & thought-provoking speakers in a variety of topics regarding the Arab World, Arab-Americans, culture, religion, politics, economics, social life, and current events. 

current events in phildelphia

It seems to be the Friday evening mantra for people everywhere. There is always so much going on, but it's always so hard to find out what to do. You can go to all the bars to see what's going on, or flip through the dozens of handbills you picked up the weekend before, and still miss things. Now you don't need to. Everything is in one central location - One Big Calendar!

All the news and talk in your neighborhood.Finally in one place.

plice department in Phildelphia

educate the public about the consequences of Cannabis prohibition and the benefits of alternative policies; and to provide a catalyst for the public to express their concerns to elected officials

Philadelphia NetSquared gathers together nonprofits and activists, tech leaders and funders, and everyone who’s interested in using technology for social change.

philly news,events and etc 

PHILLY PRIDE PRESENTS, Inc. (PPP) is a group of volunteer coordinators under the leadership of an Executive Director and Senior Advisor which organizes "PrideDay" in June, "OutFest" in October. These are the only two events during which the Philadelphia Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community joins together and celebrates as a whole. PHILLY PRIDE PRESENTS is proud to be co-sponsors of the Phila. DYKE March and the Alternative Prom.

a rock related blog that tells the about rock related events in philly

philly's Tribune

provides weather coverage available for Philadelphia, Southeast Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware The War Resisters League affirms that war is a crime against humanity Philadelphia International Airport - PHL a blog for Jewish people and the can post articles a post for others to read

Please Touch Museum has been the Children’s Museum of Philadelphia. Our museum was the first in the nation whose target audience was families with children seven and younger. We have grown into one of the best children’s museums in the nation, have become experts in play and have had our programs for underserved families in the region nationally recognized. Our mission to enrich the lives of children by creating learning opportunities through play, enables us to lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning and cultural awareness.

The Prometheus Radio Project is a non-profit organization founded by a small group of radio activists in 1998. Prometheus builds, supports, and advocates for community radio stations which empower participatory community voices and movements for social change. To that end, we demystify technologies, the political process that governs access to our media system, and the effects of media on our lives and our communities.Our primary focus is on building a large community of LPFM stations and listeners. We hope this community will grow into a powerful force working toward the democratic media future we envision. Toward that end, we support community groups at every stage of the process of building community radio stations, facilitate public participation in the FCC regulatory process, and sponsor events promoting awareness and support of media democracy and LPFM radio.

THE PHILADELPHIA SCIENCE FICTION SOCIETY is a non-profit organization that meets to discuss and promote science fiction and fantasy in literature, the arts, and popular culture.

Philadelphia Writers Conference a non-profit organization that focous on writing

Robin’s Books is a humble little bookstore, located on the 2nd floor – 110A S. 13th street (it’s a walk-up near the corner of 13th and Sansom). We are masters of all things discounted: Books are usually 50% OFF, sometimes more (check out our 3 for $5.00 section), Magazines are 30% OFF LIST. All of the usual genres are represented: Fiction, History, Sociology, African-American Interest, Music, and Art, as well as a well-stocked Eastern Philosophy section, Western Philosophy, Cooking, Gender Studies, Poetry, New Age, etc. We even sell Erotica novels and have a good assortment of magazines and DVDs in our Adult Room.

SBN Members are independent, locally owned businesses, farms, organizations, and community leaders who are committed to the Philadelphia region and its quality of life.

Science Leadership Academy college-preparatory curriculum with a focus on science, technology, mathematics and entrepreneurship. Students at SLA learn in a project-based environment where the core values of inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation and reflection are emphasized in all classes.