•  

Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 21, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Theater in Londontown

By | Jan 29, 2011

This semester I’m spending four months in London studying abroad through Ithaca College. As daunting of a step it was to sign away a semester of my life in a foreign country, I’m starting to get more acclimated to the country and oddly enough feeling very much at home. And of course, one of the…

Hot or Not

By | Jan 27, 2011

Hot Jennifer Lopez Gone are the days of Paula Abdul’s sloppy interviews, outrageous outfits and contestant scandals. Latina pop-queen Jennifer Lopez is one hot chiquita who is stunning “Idol” viewers and contestants alike with her glamour, poise and panache. However, J. Lo had a little too much compassion toward first-round auditionees. Lacking Simon Cowell’s frankness…

Celebrity Oops!

By | Jan 27, 2011

At HBO’s after-party for the Golden Globes, Hayden Panettiere sported a super sheer nylon gown, which definitely got the cameras flashing — not to mention the crowd gawking. Though she chose a stunning dress with a sexy, low V-cut, the former Disney star was a little too revealing. In an attempt to cover-up her baby…

wtf

By | Jan 27, 2011

What would you do for a little extra cash? Thanks to Microsoft executive Patrick McCarthy all it takes is one whiff of cash-scented perfume to increase income. His Money Cologne and Her Money Eau de Parfum are beauty products that have recently hit the market, offering another way to motivate America’s money-grubbers. While many impulsively…

Catching craze

By | Jan 27, 2011

This spring, be on the lookout for paper frocks, teacup bangles and recycled mail-package shoes. DIY eco-friendly fashion is definitely in. Civic Duty is a socially-minded footwear company that replicates classic Chuck Taylors and Keds, but uses recycled Tyvek®— most commonly used to insulate homes — from FedEx mail packaging. The wrinkled texture gives these…

Oscars, baby

By | Jan 25, 2011

It’s that time of year again. Movies get snubbed, some get glory. Here are my picks for this year. What are you thinking for this year’s nominees? Do your own ballot and share them in the comments.

How I Learned to Drive

By | Dec 10, 2010

I can say, hands down, that “How I Learned to Drive” is not only the best production of the semester, but the best straight play I’ve seen at the college since “The Exonerated,” which was the first show I ever saw at Ithaca.

Celebrity oops!

By | Dec 9, 2010

In“Brooklyn’s Finest,” Wesley Snipes played Casanova “Caz” Phillips, a drug lord released from prison. It seems life is imitating art a little too much. Though Snipes’ crimes aren’t as exciting, they’re enough for him to potentially spend the next three years in the slammer. As of yesterday Snipes is meant to head to jail today…

Hot or Not

By | Dec 8, 2010

Hot Gizmos and Gadgets Techies will surely get their geek on this season with the abundance of tech-savvy toys dominating the market. With prices as low as $15, these quality tech trinkets are perfect for everyone. Fitness fanatics and music junkies alike can jam to beats blasting through customized headsets, while computer nerds can supplement…

Video of the Week

By | Dec 8, 2010

Yeshiva University’s all-male Jewish a cappella group, The Maccabeats, went viral with their November release, “Candlelight.” In their rendition of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite,”the hilarious play on Jewish traditions gives the song rise as the new “Hanukkah Song.” While spinning dreidel tops and flipping fresh latkes, the candlelight goes on and on and on through the…

WTF

By | Dec 8, 2010

Oh, Christmas Tree. Oh, Christmas Tree. How lovely are your — lobsters? As the holiday season gets into full swing, some New Englanders are taking their Christmas spirit to new territories — the shellfish industry. Some of the top lobster-fishing ports in New England are taking their traps and using them to create giant Christmas…

Last will and testament

By | Dec 5, 2010

E! Online posted a really interesting article today about what some famous actors and icons asked for in their wills after they died. The requests range from performances by famous artists to dinner costing more than $20,000.