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Tompkins Connect seeks nominations for 2021 Fab5 Young Professional Awards

This is a community announcement from Tompkins Connect. It was not written by The Ithaca Voice. To submit community announcements for consideration, please submit them to tips@ithacavoice.com. Tompkins Connect is excited to announce it is now accepting nominations for the seventh annual Fab5 Young Professional Awards sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company. The Fab5 Awards celebrate […]

Posted inArts & Culture

Nu Spice’s traditional soul food offerings settling into new home at K-House

ITHACA, N.Y.—Upon entering the K-House location and glancing at the menu. As opposed to perhaps the normal pub food, the karaoke bar on Catherwood Road boasts offerings including chicken wings, barbeque ribs, fried cabbage and pineapple upside-down cake, all made fresh in the kitchen. All food available is cooked by Candace Foster and crew, who […]

Posted inHealth & Human Services

More COVID vaccination clinics this weekend as county aims to ramp up youth distribution

TOMPKINS COUNTY, N.Y.—With kids beginning to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, after recent approval of the Pfizer vaccine, the attention has shifted to making the vaccine available to as many children as possible, though officials admit that may be a gradual process over the next several weeks. This was the main topic of the latest COVID-19 update […]

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Update: Consistent flooding may push the Hangar Theatre Company out of the Hangar Theatre

Clarification (11/14/2021): An earlier version of this article didn’t make explicitly clear that the Hangar is operational and ready to stage shows as of Oct. 28. Visit the Hangar’s website for information on upcoming events. ITHACA, N.Y. — The Hangar Theatre, a mainstay of the Ithaca area’s performing arts scene, is at a water-inundated crossroads. […]

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Today: A death penalty discussion at Buffalo Street Books with journalist Maurice Chammah

ITHACA, N.Y.—Buffalo Street Books will be hosting a discussion Thursday between journalist, author and former Cornellian Maurice Chammah and Heather Furnas, an Ithacan and Johns Hopkins University Librarian, regarding Chammah’s new book, “Let the Lord Sort Them: the Rise and Fall of the Death Penalty.”  “Let the Lord Sort Them: the Rise and Fall of […]