The Ithaca ReUse Center is a nonprofit organization that showcases second-hand items. The shop is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.
From left, Alice Letchford and Peter Finocchiaro participate in Trivia Night With Geeks Who Drink. The trivia night happens weekly at Kilpatrick’s Publick House.
In a matter of seconds, Ithaca College senior Devin Kasparian’s plans for a simple photoshoot of a gallery turned into a mission to capture the perfect shot of rapper Kanye West.
On a typically quiet street in the Fall Creek neighborhood, dozens of people crowded around the porch of an old house, dancing and singing along to the soulful croons and acoustic guitars of a local folk band.
As the establishing shot fades in, Max, a high school junior, is doodling in a page of her notebook, complete with the face of President Abraham Lincoln pasted in the corner.
On April 13 at the downtown Ithaca Circus Culture space, a mere designated gray line on a mat separates the audience from the performers where some spectators are inches from a juggling ball, while others are ushered to the upstairs balcony and on the stairs to make standing room.
During Communist rule in the Czech Republic, movie creators had to get creative when expressing their critiques of the regime through their art.