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Businesses see increase in local tourist traffic

By | Feb 24, 2011

As the national and local economies make a slow recovery from the 2008 economic recession, business and tourism in Ithaca is beginning to look up.

Music folk

By | Feb 10, 2011

In the James J. Whalen Center for Music, a father and son stand opposite each other — one strumming a banjo, the other striking a hammered dulcimer. With the count of “one, two, three,” the pair exchanges a glance and dives into a graceful mix of warm rhythms and melodic crescendos. Feet tapping to a…

Substance-free housing bothers some residents

By | Feb 10, 2011

While substance-free living at Ithaca College may be a supportive alternative for some students, others find that living in Hood Hall is not their ideal option.

Increased garage fees worry town

By | Jan 27, 2011

In an effort to generate more revenue for parking garages downtown, the City of Ithaca made changes to the parking rates on The Commons earlier this month. Nearby store owners are now starting to question if the increases will have a negative effect on business.

Local chef competes on “Chopped”

By | Jan 22, 2011

Samantha Buyskes, local chef and owner of Simply Red Bistro at La Tourelle Resort in Ithaca and Sheldrake Point Vineyards in Ovid, N.Y., always dreamed of sharing her culinary perspective with a television audience.

Rochon to follow up with Sodexo after meeting with students

By | Dec 17, 2010

President Tom Rochon met with members of Ithaca College’s Labor Initiative in Promoting Solidary Dec. 9 and agreed to look into the issue of a living wage for Sodexo workers on campus.

Federal government shuts down pirating sites

By | Dec 9, 2010

After the U.S. government seized 82 Web addresses Nov. 29, college students may find it increasingly difficult to access and download media on bit torrent downloading and other websites.

Citations filed against IC café

By | Nov 11, 2010

Ithaca College’s Grand Central Café and 13 other eating establishments in Ithaca were cited for health violations in a report from the Tompkins County Health Department in October.

IC café cited for food violations

By | Nov 10, 2010

Ithaca College’s Grand Central Café and 13 other eating establishments in Ithaca were cited for health violations in a report from the Tompkins County Health Department in October.

Chef seeks own cooking show

By | Oct 27, 2010

Restaurant owner and South Africa native Samantha Izzo first prepared pigs in a blanket from her Winnie the Pooh cookbook. Two things always came naturally to her — cooking and being in the spotlight.

Writer explores Yiddish tales

By | Oct 11, 2010

About 30 students and Ithaca residents gathered Thursday in Klingenstein Lounge to listen to Steve Stern, an award-winning author and Skidmore College professor, read from his latest book.

SAB brings laughs to campus

By | Oct 2, 2010

The routines of standup comedians David Cope, Sarah Tollemach and Joe Pera filled IC Square with laughter Thursday in an event sponsored by the Student Activities Board.