The opening reception of an exhibit of photography, painting and video featuring The Unity Studio will be held on Friday, July 1, 2011 from 5-8pm at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA), 330 East State Street, Ithaca, NY. This exhibit will run through July and August. Photo by Prantik Mazumder.
Making a (hopefully) harmless vow with Death.
Phish, the legendary jam band cum cultural juggernaut will set up camp at Watkins Glen International Friday, performing its first ever festival over July 4th weekend and its ninth since the group started such gatherings with its Clifford Ball in 1996.
Meshing Pentecostal themes with pained lyrics and show-stopping moves that draw comparisons to Tom Waits and the grotesque facial and bodily contortions of Iggy Pop, the Legendary Shack Shakers have developed a live show like none other.
We shouldn’t need to take a road trip to exercise our civil rights, and our hipster shopping rights.
Station 923 will host a special reception for artist Lindsey Glover, which will be followed by an evening fireside film screening of Danger: Diabolik (Mario Bava 1968).
Double E, led by Amy Puryear, play Felicias in Ithaca on Sunday, June 19. Photo by Ed Dittenhoefer / Free Air Photo
Samuel Goldberg, who records as Radio People, will stop by Delilah’s on Cayuga Monday, June 20, 2011. The band’s recent release is on Mexican Summer, an indie label out of Brooklyn.
“Mary’s Wedding,” which runs through June 26 at the Kitchen Theatre, has everything you’d want in a summer blockbuster: oversea adventures, grand romance, imaginary horses. A two-character study of epic love, the play, directed by Rachel Lampert and starring Ellen Adair and Eric Gilde, proves that anything is possible in love and war.
Bound for Glory, North America’s longest running live-music folk broadcast, is in the midst of its 44th season.