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Tompkins Weekly Staff A partnership between the Paleontological Research Institution and the Finger Lakes Library System will make access to a pair of Discovery Trail venues as simple as going to your local library. The pair has … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly Most people know Ithaca’s Joe Crookston as a musician, a master crafter of story-telling songs, and a consummate guitar and fiddle player. Few knew that for years he has been working on his painterly … more
By Arthur Whitman Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – Visual art in Ithaca belongs mostly to talented amateurs. It’s not unusual to find a skilled painter or printmaker also distinguished in some other field. Such is the case with Rob … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – For the fifth year, the Ithaca Fantastik festival is bringing a slice of the fantastic culture to Tompkins County. This year’s festival spans five days this week, from Wednesday, November … more
By Arthur Whitman Tompkins Weekly TRUMANSBURG – Located in the cavernous main hall of their historic Greek Revival structure, the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts is an awkward space for an art exhibit. … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff ITHACA – A week-long celebration of punk music will bring together Cornell and the community. Punkfest Cornell will feature film screenings, performances and panel discussions, and will celebrate the opening of … 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
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
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
To close its 42nd season, the Hangar Theatre is presenting Constellations by Nick Payne through Aug. 13. Payne’s award-winning play explores the unlikely relationship between a beekeeper and a quantum physicist. It is a story of infinite … more
By Eric Banford   Over the 26 years that the GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance has been bringing entertainers from around the world to the Trumansburg Fairgrounds, it has evolved into one of the most family-friendly events around. … more
Kitchen Theatre Company’s 2016-17 season marks the start of the theater’s second quarter century. A seven-play lineup celebrates bold, intimate and engaging experiences in the Kitchen Theatre Company’s 26th season.   From the … more
By Tompkins Weekly Staff   This year, art enthusiasts will have another opportunity to “See it Live, Buy it Local” at the Community Arts Partnership’s 26th annual Ithaca Artist Market on Friday, July 29, from 2 to 8 p.m. … 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
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
By E.C. Barrett   The seventh annual Spring Writes Literary Festival returns to downtown Ithaca this week with 30 workshops, panels and readings featuring local authors and performers over four days. The Trampoline Storytelling … more
By Eric Banford   The Ithaca area is blessed with numerous displays of public art; it seems like every day something beautiful and new shows up on a wall or electric box around town. The newly released Ithaca Mural Map can help you find … more
By Tompkins Weekly Staff   Kitchen Theatre Company Artistic Director Rachel Lampert has informed the Board of Directors that the 2016-2017 Season will be her final season at the theater.   “Next season will be my … more
Calling all artists...we want to see your art in the air. You may have noticed that the Downtown Ithaca Alliance has embarked on a sponsored seasonal banner program to add color, variety, and beauty to the newly renovated Ithaca Commons pedestrian … more
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