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December 15, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Rare auction books get second look

By | Sep 7, 2011

Nestled in dark wood bookcases below a burgundy stripe of paint sit thousands of yellowed pages waiting for a home. But these are no ordinary paperbacks gathering dust. These are first editions, signed books and complete sets of works.

Animated birds sing happy tune

By | May 4, 2011

With sweeping shots and carefully crafted detail, “Rio” takes flight as a visual treat.

Compelling story reigns supreme

By | Apr 27, 2011

Using strong parallel story lines, “Even the Rain” takes a hard look at the operation of the modern film industry and the battles of a developing city.

Novel character keeps strong spirit

By | Apr 20, 2011

Tossing aside the structure of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel, the film “Jane Eyre” infuses a contemporary vibe into the ghostly tale.

Something to fall back on

By | Apr 13, 2011

The inside scoop on interesting, notable and fun classes for Fall 2011

Finding the right words

By | Apr 6, 2011

Over the quick plucking of a guitar and a fast, upbeat drum, sophomore Maria Shishmanian’s rich, rolling voice kicks in, and listeners can’t help but jam to the catchy lyrics about finding the right words on her album’s first track.

Poignant acting portrays tragic dad

By | Mar 10, 2011

Javiar Bardem gives his best career performance to date as father Uxbal in “Biutiful,” sailing a seedy sea of troubles while attempting to do right by his children.

Local author sheds light on single life

By | Mar 2, 2011

Upstate New York is not widely considered a mecca for best-selling authors, but with historical and current ties to the book industry, Ithaca is worming its way onto the pages of different stories.

Raising the barre

By | Mar 2, 2011

With a chilling collective shout of “I am not still,” the dancers’ voices echo throughout the small Dillingham studio as they move across the floor, rehearsing for their upcoming performance at Cornell University’s Locally Grown Dance Festival.

‘Poetry your mama warned you about’

By | Feb 10, 2011

As an openly gay transsexual performer, Harvey Katz, otherwise known as Athens Boys Choir, uses humor to address topics ranging from gender to politics in his poetry pieces. He is currently on his “F to Embody” tour with hip-hop artist Katastrophe.

Ithacappella releases new single

By | Feb 9, 2011

After weeks of hype on their Twitter, Facebook and website, Ithacappella revealed the secret of their Feb. 8 announcement this morning.

Pair shares New York riot theme in fiction pieces

By | Feb 2, 2011

Set against the raw and roaring backdrop of New York City in the late ’80s, the Tompkins Square Park Riot of 1988 was the revolutionary climax for a generation of counterculture teenagers involved in the straight edge, hard-core music scene as they protested against a new curfew for the park.