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Readers’ Theatre captures emotional tribulations

By | Sep 14, 2011

In “Frozen,” a play centered on human interaction, actors explore challenging social issues without once interacting physically with each other.

My version of Deadliest Warrior

By | Sep 13, 2011

Breakfast versus late night. My on-campus job is all into icebreakers. During our kick-off on Sunday, I got the question “What is your favorite meal?” Obviously, the answer is breakfast. Lunch and dinner can be melded together, served at the same restaurants. But breakfast has high quality establishments like International “We Never Undercook Eggs” House…

“Ugh, I am not ready to eat like a college student.”

By | Sep 10, 2011

This was one of my first thoughts when I moved back onto campus. Of the many things I looked forward to as I approached my return to IC, how and what I eat at college was just not one of them. At home, I only have to saunter down a flight of stairs to be…

Simple play reflects complex themes

By | Sep 7, 2011

After years of working to become professional actors, The Kitchen Theatre’s newest cast must play amateurs — learning to act.

Painting the town

By | Sep 7, 2011

One brushstroke at a time, artist Sean Chilson is transforming the abandoned New York State Electric and Gas pumping station in Ithaca into a vivid work of art.

Seniors capture art of human form

By | Apr 20, 2011

Mirroring the features and form of the human body, the art in this year’s senior show at the Handwerker Gallery is a captivating, diverse look at the human body and portraiture.

Kushner gives input on modern impacts

By | Apr 6, 2011

Sitting in two comfy chairs on the stage of Hoerner Theatre, the event moderator looked into the nearly full house and introduced the man next to her as “one of the last public intellectuals left standing in America.”

Sci-fi action film stays on track

By | Apr 6, 2011

A movie with men engaged in fistfights, a damsel in distress, a bomb threat and high-speed train sequences seems a little too common in Hollywood these days.

Play addresses tricky subject matter

By | Apr 6, 2011

Many coming-of-age stories include moments of fishing, shame, summer camp or sexual molestation — but typically not all at once. The dangerous, true tale told in “The Tricky Part” brings them all together in a narrative about the lifelong effects on one boy forced to grow up too early.

Pizza entrepreneur to give business advice

By | Mar 30, 2011

Pizza enthusiast Scott Wiener, owner of Scott’s Pizza Tours, is a graduate of Syracuse University and longtime resident of New Jersey. He followed his heart and stomach to leave the world of municipal event planning to start Scott’s Pizza Tours in New York City. TripAdvisor ranks these walking and bus tours of the best pizza…

Alternative rock originator showcases crisper vocals

By | Mar 23, 2011

After launching 15 records in less than two decades, R.E.M. has gone three years without releasing a new album. But the band returns to the stage with its most recent, “Collapse Into Now.”

Alumna stars in Kitchen Theatre production

By | Mar 10, 2011

Ronica V. Reddick ’03 returns to Ithaca this month to play Barbara in “boom” at the Kitchen Theatre Company. A native of Syracuse and graduate of Ithaca College’s acting program, she performed in shows at the college including “November Girls,” “The Colored Museum” and “Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet).” Since graduation, her credits include several…