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December 13, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Dark themes explored in latest Main Stage musical, “Dogfight”

By | Mar 28, 2016

“Dogfight,” Main Stage Theatre’s second production of the semester, is a musical that tells the story of Marines following their service during the Vietnam War.

Review: Zayn impresses after leaving One Direction

By | Mar 28, 2016

Zayn has done a complete 180 on his first studio album as a solo artist. The album isn’t filled with cheesy love songs, but rather with songs that are more soulful and emotional.

Review: Birdy’s raw talent soars

By | Mar 28, 2016

“Beautiful Lies” is a 14-track album that tests Birdy’s vocal ability more than anything else in her music career thus far.

Comedian Steven Wright to perform at State Theatre

By | Mar 25, 2016

Award-winning comedian Steven Wright is set to perform at Ithaca’s State Theatre on March 26.

Review: Emotional lyrics give life to Stefani’s latest

By | Mar 22, 2016

After an almost 10-year break, American singer and songwriter Gwen Stefani released her third solo album, “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” on March 18.

Ithaca College’s Women in Computing win in hackathon event

By | Mar 22, 2016

Ithaca College’s Women in Computing brings together women in the computing field, and several of its members won awards at the Rochester Institute of Technology WiCHacks hackathon event.

Review: 2000s band’s nostalgic tracks please

By | Mar 22, 2016

3 Door’s Down’s signature 2000s rock-band style is unmistakable on its previous albums, and “Us and the Night” is no exception.

Review: Deeper themes spell success for Disney

By | Mar 21, 2016

The decision of directors Byron Howard, Rich Moore and Jared Bush to tackle issues of prejudice through the animal world was a gutsy move — one that ultimately paid off.

Review: Kendrick Lamar’s surprise album stuns

By | Mar 8, 2016

Lamar is one of the few artists in the music industry who truly captures the raw emotions and difficulties of living in a system of oppression.

Review: Mythology-inspired story fails on screen

By | Mar 7, 2016

There would have been a suitable audience for “Gods of Egypt” had it managed not to bury its crowd-pleasing production design in a mess of a story. But the film’s ultimate destination is undoubtedly the burial chamber or underneath the sands of the ceaseless desert wind.

Review: Garratt’s style shifts create exciting album

By | Mar 7, 2016

Much of the album sizzles with a popping energy courtesy of Garratt’s piercing falsetto and an inclination toward a style that’s constantly changing.

Review: Country icon’s cover album is a breath of fresh air

By | Mar 3, 2016

Nelson’s voice doesn’t quite have the same energy as it did when he was younger, but it’s sure to please any fan of his, whether they are fans of country or just fans of the American songbook.