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November 17, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

The Bookery closing after 45 years of business

By | Nov 13, 2019

In The Bookery, a small used book store in Dewitt Mall, shelves that were kept full for 45 years are now half-empty.

Ithaca native explores science and religion in first book

By | Nov 5, 2019

Ithaca native Sasha Sagan wrote her first full-length novel, “For Small Creatures Such As We: Rituals for Meaning in Our Unlikely World,” focusing on her family history, experience with religion and relationship with the scientific community.

Buffalo Street Books buoyed by loyal locals

By , | Nov 8, 2017

“There’s that feel that you get going into a small local store. People know you, and you go in, and there’s that intimacy that is very welcoming.”

Commentary: Ithaca needs Buffalo Street Books

By | Oct 24, 2017

However, we can affect our community now by starting with the seemingly small things, like buying from and supporting our local stores.

New Voices Literary Festival spotlights rising writers

By | Apr 5, 2017

Henderson described “The Short Short” as a marathon: The two-hour event kept flowing until all the readers finished sharing their stories.

Ithaca College faculty opt for Buffalo Street Books over college store

By | Sep 17, 2014

Ithaca College professors have been asking students to buy their books through Buffalo Street Book’s “First Class” program over the college’s Bookstore.

ITHACA TODAY: Thursday, Feb. 27

By The Ithacan | Feb 27, 2014

Your guide to what’s happening in Ithaca.

Editorial: Co-operating for a better college

By | Oct 31, 2013

With more than a dozen cooperatives in Ithaca, the community has become a hub for member-owned and democratically operated enterprises.

Ithaca celebrates its many co-ops during national co-op month

By | Oct 24, 2013

October is National Co-op Month, and Ithaca has more than 80 years of cooperative history to motivate the community to continue expanding its co-op landscape.

A tale of 200 years

By | Mar 30, 2012

There are bricks instead of cobblestones, Asian cuisine rather than porridge and sustainable dormitories in the place of decaying tenements. Ithaca may be a few centuries and an ocean away from Charles Dickens’ London, but that won’t stop Ithaca College’s English Department from celebrating his life and work this spring.