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Philadelphia Links

Campus Philly involves college students in the lifestyle plus the professional and community fabric of Philly and its surrounding region.

There is a lot more to Philly than the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall on the Lonely Planet Guide to Philadelphia website.

For information about the region and a comprehensive calendar of events, visit the Greater Philadelphia Marketing and Tourism Corporation.

The Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau website lists attractions, businesses, colleges/universities, hospitals, entertainment, lodging, restaurants, shopping, sports and transportation.

Facts, Figures and Community Resources

The City of Philadelphia's official website offers a wealth of information, including City at Your Service, which lists community and family resources.

‘Ask a Librarian,’ author events, booklists, digital collections and other information can be found at the Free Library of Philadelphia website.

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting and encouraging the continued growth of nearly 6,000 member companies and the business community at large.

News, Media and Weather

Get all the news in one place at Philly News Feeds.

The four major television networks are NBC 10, 6 abc, CBS 3 and Fox 29. is the online home of The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, including sports, entertainment and classified listings.

The Philadelphia Tribune is America's oldest and the region's largest newspaper serving the African-American community.

City Paper and Philadelphia Weekly inform active 18-44-year-old adults who live, work, study or play in Philadelphia.

WHYY is Philadelphia’s leading public media provider.

The National Weather Forecast for Philadelphia and the forecast from The Weather Channel.

Transportation and Traffic

Subway, bus, trolley and regional train schedules on the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) website.

Real Time Traffic Reports for the city of Philadelphia

Arts, History, Culture and Entertainment

Use the Parkway Museums District website to explore a cultural mecca with world- class museums, the Swann Memorial Fountain, the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, the world famous "Rocky" steps and more.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art, one of the largest museums in the U.S., invites visitors to explore its renowned collections, special exhibitions, and programs, both in person and online.

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is an internationally acclaimed performing arts complex in the heart of Philadelphia.

Honoring Benjamin Franklin, the Franklin Institute Science Museum inspires an understanding of and passion for science and technology learning.

Philadelphia's Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (and nearby Irvine Auditorium) showcase the best in music, dance, theatre and children's programs. Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia is the online gateway to the best of Philadelphia theater.

Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia is the online gateway to the best of Philadelphia theater.

Founded in 1976, the African American Museum in Philadelphia was the first institution built by a major municipality to preserve, interpret and exhibit the African American heritage.

The Philadelphia History Museum (reopening in late 2011) surveys three centuries of the history of the city, state and nation.

Sports and Recreation

The Wells Fargo Center is home to the 76ers and Flyers, and the site of concerts and events throughout the year.

The official website of the Philadelphia Eagles.

The official website of the Philadelphia 76ers.

The official website of the Philadelphia Flyers.

The official website of the Philadelphia Phillies.

The official website of the Philadelphia Union