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By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   Local photographer Harrison Rumsey will highlight his varied subject interests – ranging from local to tropical views, day and night, and everything in between – when his … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   The Kitchen Theatre doesn’t just have a new play on stage, it has new artwork in its gallery. The exhibition “Abstracting the Figure: Paintings by Michael Sampson” is on display in the … more
By Sue Smith-Heavenrich   Marie Sanderson is the guest artist at the gallery in Buffalo Street Books this month. The show features her illustrations and sketches from “The Golden Cap,” a book written by Cortland author Sally … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff For the 27th year, the Community Arts Partnership is highlighting the work of regional artists at its annual market. Taking place from 2-8 p.m. Friday, August 11, CAP’s Artist Market will fill all … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – For the last 20-plus years, Zee Zahava has focused her energies on coaching others to write and creating places for writers to express themselves online. Now, she’s taking a turn in the … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – From now through August, the Cornell Botanic Gardens will be hosting local wood artist Lisa Narloch in an exhibit that features gorgeous bowls and wood art, much of it from trees that were once … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   There’s something in the air this time of year in Trumansburg, a whiff of holiday spirit that permeates throughout its downtown. Whether there’s snow or not, the … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – The art of 35 Tompkins County artists will be on display again this weekend, as the Greater Ithaca Art Trail offers the second of its Open Studio weekends on Saturday and Sunday, October 15-16. … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – The return of fall wouldn’t truly be official without the Ithaca Children’s Garden’s Scarecrow Jubilee. People attending the event – which will take place from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, … more
Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   One year ago, as of Sept. 13, a group of artists tried something. They opened a space for art of all kinds that was designed to be malleable, never staying the same for long. … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   If it is the holiday season, it must be time for the Cherry Arts’ production of “The Snow Queen.” The Cherry’s version of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale (which … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff As it has since its inception in the 1920s, Newfield’s Old Home Days will once again celebrate the community. The event will take place Friday, July 28, and Saturday, July 29. All events will take place … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   ITHACA – An eclectic blend of acoustic music – bluegrass, old time and swing, with an infusion of Celtic music to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day season – will greet the ears at the 7th annual … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly With less than 10 minutes to go before the first show in Newfield’s Music Series at Mill Park, there were about 15 people making themselves comfortable and getting ready to listen to the … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – When the average person thinks about a movie theater, non-profit isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. But in the case of Cinemapolis, located on Green Street in downtown … more
By Jay Wrolstad   A rare collection of Depression-era sculptures at Cayuga Medical Center (CMC) has been refurbished at its outdoor setting, revealing that years of obscurity and neglect have done little to diminish their simplistic … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff ITHACA – The First Peoples Festival will return to Ithaca this weekend, celebrating indigenous cultures from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in DeWitt Park. The theme for this year's festival is “Gifts of the … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly Summer is in full swing and that means music, music and more music. The Finger Lakes region hosts numerous weekly outdoor music events, including Thursdays on The Ithaca Commons (free), Fridays … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   ITHACA – Running to Places, Ithaca’s youth community theatre company, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a retrospective season that includes three beloved shows from the R2P repertoire, … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly The Discovery Trail is a museum-library partnership between eight member organizations that have been collaborating for nearly two decades to help visitors explore nature, science, and culture. … more
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