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September 24, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Senior fuses passions to craft media group

By | Apr 9, 2010

When it comes to juggling responsibilities and personalities, senior Scott Pollack is an expert. The integrated marketing communications major currently takes a full course load, works 20 hours a week in the college’s human resources office and maintains the media group Skipster with Michael Spreter ’09.

Band rocks Castaways with Irish sound

By | Mar 26, 2010

Walking into a venue and seeing a bagpipe and fiddle waiting onstage may suggest a classic Celtic show is about to go down. But with Toronto’s Enter The Haggis, the audience gets a performance that is anything but traditional.

Songstress to perform earthy folk music at Wildfire Lounge

By | Mar 11, 2010

Singer and songwriter Marissa Nadler is bringing her ethereal folk music to Ithaca’s Wildfire Lounge at 8:30 p.m. tonight. Nadler, who studied at the Rhode Island School of Design for five years, has painted throughout her life, but she found that songwriting is where her passion lies. The Massachusetts-based performer spoke with Contributing Writer Jessie…

Irish rock band returns to jam at Castaways

By | Mar 4, 2010

Toronto-based band Enter The Haggis integrates traditional Celtic bagpipes and the fiddle into a diverse combination of rock beats. This ever-evolving fusion of sound is the product of the five-man group’s musical training and unabashedly underground roots. Enter The Haggis will be performing at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Castaways on Inlet Island. Contributing Writer Jessie…

Playful pair

By | Feb 19, 2010

The Cece’s don’t need a stage or an audience to enjoy playing their music. Just shout out a genre — say, hip-hop — and without speaking, Lydia and Maddy Froncek will play a folk rendition of Kandi’s “Don’t Think I’m Not.” Armed with an array of stringed instruments — including the bass, banjo, ukulele and…