“America” is ambitious and feels like a natural addition to Thirty Second to Mars’ ever-changing catalog.
Joel McHale’s performance drew a crowd of several hundred people. The show was the final event of Ithaca Today, a weekend of events for accepted students.
Sheila Vakharia, assistant professor from Long Island University Brooklyn, discussed the complexities of the opioid crisis April 9 as part of the opening ceremonies for the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, a yearly event hosted by the Ithaca community.
“As a band, I think we’ve become more confident when performing, and more honest with each other when we’re writing songs together,” Marissa Paternoster said.
A panel of students at Ithaca College spoke about the additional pressures of being a first-generation student April 6. The event was the first in a monthlong Asian heritage celebration, Focus Asia Mo
Versatile vocals and impressive instrumentals in “Danse dans les ailleurs” show that Barbagallo is more than just a drummer for a popular indie band.
Ithaca College’s Active Minds and Mental Health Awareness for Musicians brought Josh Rivedal, mental health advocate, discussed depression and suicide March 1.
“Little Dark Age” proves that though MGMT is not as currently popular as other well-known indie artists, the group is back — and it’s here to stay.