Ithaca, N.Y. — Looking for a way to relax before Monday morning makes its dreaded arrival?

Catch up on some of the in-depth Ithaca Voice stories and profiles from this week that you wanted to read but were too busy to get through.

Scroll further down for all the stories that ran before September 1.


In-depth Ithaca Voice reporting from Sept. 1 – Oct. 19:

Got a suggestion for a long form story? Email me at jstein@ithacavoice.com

Art  | Commons construction  | Crime   |  Development  |  Local life   |  Politics  |  Profiles  |   Simeon’s


Art


Commons construction

Mayor Myrick. (File photo courtesy of his Facebook page)


Crime

Photos from the farm where a fieldworker was attacked.

Development


Local life

A photo essay captured the best of fall in Ithaca.

Politics, city gov. and hospitals

4 of the 5 female planners who appeared at City Hall to criticize gender inequality in city government.
Homeless residents continue to live under tarp and tent within Ithaca city limits.


Profiles

Dan Spencer was a beloved sanitation supervisor for Ithaca.
Mayor Myrick with city Attorney Ari Lavine. See above for Lavine’s story.


Simeon’s


In-depth Ithaca Voice reporting before September 1:

Got a suggestion for a long form story? Email me at jstein@ithacavoice.com

Art  |  Crime   |  Development  |  Local life   |  Politics  |  Profiles  |   Simeon’s


Art


Crime

Mayor Myrick at a police press conference in January. (Courtesy of the mayor’s Facebook page)
Derek Deboer


Development


Local life

A mayor and his garbage plate.


Politics & city government


Profiles

Jim Fowler, owner of the convenience store where Myrick worked as a teen, keeps a copy of a story about Myrick in his desk. (Jeff Stein/IthacaVoice)


Simeon’s crash coverage


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Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.