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THE ITHACAN

P.J. Morton, the keyboardist from pop group Maroon 5, will be coming to the Finger Lakes Thaw music festival from New Orleans. The festival is two days long and has 35 artists performing.

New music festival breaks the ice in Ithaca

By Kate Nalepinski, Senior Writer March 20, 2018
Nick Frazier, co-founder of Sticky C Key, said his dream is to bring something new to Ithaca that bridges the gap between locals and college students.
The Ithaca Police Department, along with several other agencies, ran an operation that caught 37 people using fake IDs in five bars across Ithaca. They included Moonies Bar & Nightclub, Silky Jones, Hideaway, Loco Cantina and Level B.

Moonies introduces new cover fee during weekends

By Simon Rosenbluth, Contributing Writer October 19, 2017
Jack Kempner, senior and bartender at Moonies, said although he has not seen a change in the amount number of people, he has seen business pick up earlier.
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No Headliner

By Kellen Beck May 6, 2015
Applause and cheers shimmer around the room. Regardless of success, regardless of quality, regardless of laughs, heckles or silence, everyone at the Ithaca Stand-Up Comedy Open Mic claps.
Derek Rogers ’12 plays with his band, Titanics. Rogers will return to Ithaca at 10 p.m. May 11 to perform at Lot 10 Lounge on North Cayuga Street. The band’s sound has an indie vibe, with synthesizers and guitars.

Alumnus to perform with Albany-based band

By Karla Lopez, Staff Writer May 2, 2013
Derek Rogers '12 will be performing with his band, Titanics, on May 11 at Lot 10 Lounge.
Derek Rogers ’12 plays with his band, Titanics. Rogers will return to Ithaca at 10 p.m. May 11 to perform at Lot 10 Lounge on North Cayuga Street. The band’s sound has an indie vibe, with synthesizers and guitars.

Alumnus to perform with Albany-based band

By Karla Lopez, Staff Writer May 1, 2013
Derek Rogers '12 will be performing with his band, Titanics, on May 11 at Lot 10 Lounge.
From left, Belly Ithaca owners Manny Flores and Gentry Morris hold their food at Belly Ithaca, located on the bottom floor of Lot 10 on The Commons. The two opened Belly Ithaca on Feb. 15. They sell street food at the restaurant.

Street food kitchen pops up on Cayuga Street

By Cady LangRyan Sharpstene, Staff Writers February 27, 2013
Belly Ithaca, located on the lower level of Lot 10, opened Feb. 15 and serves pork-based entrees.
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