The Cornell Concert Commission presented its first show of the semester Saturday, August 28 with a free performance by the DJ cum video artists Super Mash Brothers. Both French pop group Phoenix and international phenomenon M.I.A. are among this Autumn’s Fall shows.
I’m trying to get used to the idea that I should exercise to lower my cholesterol or to prevent cancer or because I’m 40, but I still require a reward-based motivation of some sort to move my legs faster than a lollygag.
Jill Swenson has a suggestion for what to eat when it’s too hot to cook anything.
Wonderfully sweet but not sticky or overpowering, clean and fresh, bearing traces of gardenia or maybe freesia, the moonflower is associated with intoxication and disorientation.
The Philadelphia five-piece Free Energy joins Ridgewood, New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus for promoter Dan Smalls first show of the season. By Luke Z. Fenchel
Robert Andrade’s latest exhibit, Ruined State(s) is on display now at 923 East Shore Drive in Ithaca, NY.
Ithaca’s Angry Mom Records launches its own record label, a vinyl-only imprint whose third release will include the legendary Johnny Dowd.
Ithaca Underground brings well known metal act Today Is the Day to The Haunt Saturday, August 21.
Iris DeMent makes her long-awaited to return to Ithaca with a performance at the Community School for Music and Art on Friday, August 20.
Angry Mom Records issues its first releases on its own label; The duo Tzar self-releases a debut album. By Jim Catalano