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ITHACA TODAY: Monday, Dec. 2

By The Ithacan | Dec 2, 2013

Your daily source for Ithaca news and events.


By The Ithacan | Nov 15, 2013

Your answer for what to do this weekend.

SWUG life: Senior girls reflect on how their social lives evolved throughout college

By | Nov 13, 2013

Managing Editor Allie Healy gives a first-person analysis of the new buzzword: SWUG.

Lose yourself to jazz: Local musicians reflect on evolving jazz scene

By | Oct 23, 2013

Musicians in the community discuss the past and current jazz scene in Ithaca.

Spirit of the rave

By | May 3, 2012

Leading the way down uneven stairs, junior Sallie Robinson carries a stack of folded red and white sheets to the spacious, empty basement.

‘Up All Night’: Boy band finds the right track

By | Mar 21, 2012

Proving to be the ultimate comeback kids, One Direction is breaking out onto the boy band scene with their high-energy album “Up All Night.” Hitting the radio waves with their smash hit “What Makes You Beautiful,” the floppy-haired X Factor contestants are wasting no time with their in-your-face pop tracks. With catchy melodies, heartfelt lyrics…

‘Breakfast’: Rap duo serves up fresh tracks

By | Feb 29, 2012

“Breakfast,” the latest release from hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang, is served as a full course of infectious choruses and hard-hitting beats with just a hint of sugary-sweet pop. Back and hungrier than ever, Chiddy Bang reminds fans of  their sizzling sound in their second studio album. Serving a healthy helping of flavorful tracks, rapper Chidera…


By | Feb 15, 2012

Sophomore Cöelis Mendoza peered out from under her fuchsia bangs with wide eyes at a buzzing crowd of 30 friends and peers, her caramel skin illuminated by the computer screen in front of her. The 19-year-old waddled out from behind the podium, her large, round belly leading the way.

‘Metals’: Indie artist darkens sound

By | Oct 12, 2011

Feist, a Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter, took the United States by storm with her 2007 release, “The Reminder.” Four years later, she returns with a fifth solo album that trades her upbeat, spacey sound for a more serious style.

Blue and golden rule

By | Oct 12, 2011

The blue and gold carpet was rolled out Monday for Ithaca College’s own royalty.

Band echoes ’60s invasion

By | Sep 28, 2011

In their newly released third album, “Junk Of The Heart,” The Kooks deliver a fresh plate of indie rock tracks full of vintage flavor with a hint of romantic desire.

Soaring alternative band attempts electronic sound

By | Sep 14, 2011

In its newly released fourth album, “Night Shades,” Cobra Starship hides its typically quirky and catchy lyrics, infamous guitar riffs and complementing keyboards in a mix of bumping beats. While club-goers may be wearing sunglasses at night, the band’s older fans may be using them to hide a tear or two.