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March 5, 2021
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Review: Crime thriller lacks genuine suspense

By | Feb 9, 2021

“The Little Things” is a stereotypical cop film about a veteran and a new detective investigating a string of identical murders. The actors are energetic but cannot compensate for the bland script.


Writing professor appointed as poet laureate

By | Feb 9, 2021

Christine Kitano, assistant professor in the Department of Writing at Ithaca College, has been named the Poet Laureate of Tompkins County.


Mini movie reviews for December 2020-January 2021

Whether they be potential Oscar nominees or just a good time, The Ithacan Life & Culture staff highlighted some of the films from the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.


Review: Singles for the week 2/1

By | Feb 7, 2021

Review: Singles for the week 2/1


Vogue cover undermines Black trailblazers

By | Feb 4, 2021

Thanks to the December 2020 issue of Vogue, Harry Styles has been deemed the most recent leader in androgyny among male artists.


Review: Orchestra Strums Eerie Album

By | Feb 4, 2021

Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra perform two of Adams’ classics — “My Father Knew Charles Ives” and “Harmonielehre”


Review: “The White Tiger” is a sharped clawed dark comedy

By | Feb 3, 2021

“The White Tiger” is a striking film that takes place in India and that depicts a man’s desperate rise from poverty to opulence.


Review: Magic teen drama lacks imagination

By | Feb 2, 2021

Netflix’s “Fate: The Winx Saga” is a new, gritty live-action adaptation of “Winx Club,” but instead of whimsical magic, viewers are confronted with drugs, murder and steamy romance.