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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

April 8, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Show serves viewers appetizing story

By | Feb 26, 2020

Côte de Boeuf, wagyu brisket sliders, Peruvian border ceviche, uni dynamite rice, Los Angeles bacon street dog and Pasta a la Raimi are only a few of the mouthwatering dishes featured in the third volume of “The Chef Show.” While the close-up shots of the food are enticing, the featured dishes are far from being the only appealing aspects of “The Chef Show.”
This Netflix documentary series stars filmmaker Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi.

Q&A: Alum takes the stage with “The Color Purple” tour

By | Feb 19, 2020

In the national tour of “The Color Purple,” a Tony Award–winning musical, Mariah Lyttle ’19 plays Celie, the show’s protagonist.

Main stage theater prepares for spring season

By | Jan 30, 2020

A queen fighting for love. A young man finding his place in the world.

Review: Album glows with singer’s empowering confidence

By | Jan 21, 2020

Selena Gomez’s newest album, “Rare,” is a refreshing and honest collection of 13 songs that showcases both her heartache and her triumphant return to music after prioritizing her mental health. 

Review: Collaborative album eases into chilled tunes

By | Dec 11, 2019

Pete Tong, HER-O and Jules Buckley’s new album “Chilled Classics” is a mixture of instrumental songs that tell stories through beautiful vocals.

Review: Seth Meyers stand-up special is fresh and comedic

By | Nov 18, 2019

Seth Meyers’ stand-up comedy Netflix special, “Lobby Baby,” is light-hearted and genuinely funny.

Step team shares culture through movement

By | Oct 30, 2019

The stage lights fade up as four members of the step team D.O.P.E.

Review: “Insatiable” is a bizarre romp through society’s toxicity

By | Oct 23, 2019

“Insatiable” is a wild and satirical Netflix series.

Review: Restaurant in IC Square has great food at great value

By | Oct 9, 2019

When he was a senior at Binghamton University, Sung Kim combined Korean recipes with New York City-style street food flavors.

Review: Indie-pop album embodies “All The Feels”

By | Oct 8, 2019

Fitz and The Tantrums, the six-person indie-pop and neo-soul band from Los Angeles is on a high note with its new album.

Q&A: Director works toward future of Park Productions

By | Oct 8, 2019

John Fucile, an award-winning filmmaker, is the newest director of Park Media Lab in the Roy H.

Review: Netflix cooks up fun with “The Chef Show”

By | Sep 30, 2019

Buttermilk fried chicken; lamb al pastor tacos; Hangtown fry; tomato carrot salad; linguini and clams; and french onion soup are only some of the many dishes that will make the viewer hungry while watching “The Chef Show.” This Netflix documentary series is a spin-off of filmmaker Jon Favreau’s 2014 film “Chef,” and it stars Favreau and chef Roy Choi, who team up to create delicious food.