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July 13, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

TikTok dances spotlight pop music and small creators

By | Jul 9, 2020

Pop music has received quite the boost from TikTok, the latest and exceptionally popular video-sharing social media app.

Review: Documentary opens discussion on transgender representation

By | Jul 8, 2020

“Disclosure” is a helpful tool for educating its audience about the often harmful portrays of transgender people in popular Hollywood media.

Review: Prequel builds on “Hunger Games” gruesome history

By | Jun 17, 2020

Author Suzanne Collins explores President Coriolanus Snow, the villain from the original series, in a prequel set 64 years before “The Hunger Games.”

Review: Slapstick comedy film flies off course

By | Jun 7, 2020

While “The Lovebirds” is brimming with writing comedic and real chemistry from the main actors, the overall plot sometimes falls flat.

Review: Progressive love story is too predictable

By | Jun 2, 2020

“The Half of It” is a coming of age film that explores the complex nature of relationships, but its overuse of character archetypes and cliche plot devices make it unbelievable.

Business School dean to leave Ithaca College on July 1

By | May 28, 2020

Sean Reid, dean of the School of Business at Ithaca College, will be leaving the college to start a new position July 1.

Review: “Extraction” delivers cliche action story

By | May 20, 2020

Extraction”‘s actions sequences are exciting, but it’s lazy screenwriting and cliche plot fails to impress audiences.

Review: Vulnerable lyrics empower Diet Cig album

By | May 15, 2020

“Do You Wonder About Me?” is Diet Cig’s latest, harrowing album that uses witty and vulnerable lyrics that catapult it to success.

Review: Ballerini subverts country music norms

By | Apr 26, 2020

“kelsea” features empowering pop songs and old-school country with a feature from pop artistHalsey.

Review: Film details horrors of true crime story

By | Apr 7, 2020

“Lost Girls” is a grim but biting portrayal of a based-on-real-life story that follows a woman looking for her lost daughter.

At the ReUse Center, second-hand objects find a home

By | Apr 5, 2020

The Ithaca ReUse Center is a nonprofit organization that showcases second-hand items. The shop is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.

Review: Album draws on singer’s personal life

By | Apr 4, 2020

Phantogram’s new album “Ceremony” draws on the life of singer Sarah Barthel, who lost her sister, Becky, to suicide.