From dreamy pop to misanthropic noise and soupy beats, 2010 was a strong year for popular music. I can’t remember the last time I didn’t cringe about any of my picks or had trouble fitting in all of my favorite albums. And for the first time ever, I agree with Time Magazine about anything at all.
Father Time or Death? A cartoon by Amelia Sauter
From ambitious large-scale solo shows to thoughtfully curated smaller exhibitions, this was a promising and exciting year for Ithacan artists. Here we present, in no particular order, some of our favorites from 2010.
We continue our retrospective series of 2010 content with a selection from the year in photos, by Heather Ainsworth, Ed Dittenhoefer and Justin Zoll.
A ‘bah humbug’ holiday cartoon from Amelia Sauter.
In the following days, we’ll present a retrospective series of 2010 content, as well as Post Picks, the year’s favorites as determined by Post culture writers. We begin here with the writing: in no particular order, here are a few of our favorite articles from the first year in the post-paper arts and leisure land of our own making.
A compilation of Mason Speed’s artwork, originally published in the Post, is now part of a volume called “Art 4 Children,” an oversize comic available at Angry Mom Records.
The Rutabaga Curl will be at Ithaca Farmers Market on Saturday, December 18.
J.P. Harris and The Tough Choices may not be country music’s saviors, but they certainly know how to get people dancing. A photo round up by Heather Ainsworth and Ed Dittenhoefer.