The Avett Brothers performed to a sold-out crowd at The State Theatre Friday, Feb 26, 2010. Next up at The State, Dan Smalls Presents the Levon Helm Band Mar 5. David Sedaris stops by April 7, and Shawn Colvin returns April 18. Photos by Justin Zoll / Free Air Photo
Tuff Soul started its semi-annual Bin Sale yesterday, and you can walk off with a bag full of clothing at the bargain price of all-you-stuff for $20.00. Come venture out in the winter-wonderland and check out the store this weekend.
This week’s installment of The Listening Post is “Bobby Booshay,” a track by the Austin-based band Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears.
If you’ve been in Ithaca for a little while, chances are you’ve heard of Kevin Kinsella. You might even think you know him. If you’ve never heard him, you’re in for a treat. In any case, it may be time for an introduction.
Post Movie Critic Steph Chichester reviews a double feature: “A Single Man” (7:20pm) and “Crazy Heart” (7:10 / 9:30pm), both at Cinemapolis
Arlo Chapple-Berletic’s new art show “obliterati” features painted and formed scrap wood sculptures. This post-apocalyptic show is located at the Homegrown Skateboard Shop on the commons and runs through the beginning of March.
The Ithaca Ballet will present “Winterdance” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the State Theatre in Ithaca, showcasing its talent as upstate New York’s only repertory company.
Without any opening act Baltimore-based composer Dan Deacon will address a crowd that quietly and patiently waits in rapt attention. A concert review by Keir Neuringer
The Los Angeles Times announced Monday, February 22, 2010 that, poet, Cornell Professor and Ithaca resident Lyrae van Clief-Stefanon’s ]Open Interval[ is a finalist for its 2009 Book Awards.
Photos by Ed Dittenhoefer / Free Air Photo for The Ithaca Post. Text by Post Correspondents