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ITHACA, NY -- As the holidays approach, we thought we’d do a quick round-up of some of the festive events going on in the Ithaca arts scene. Though COVID restrictions have prevented the normally robust agenda of shows, there are still some events to get you in the holiday spirit.

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Comedian Hari Kondabolu has performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Conan” and “The Late Show With David Letterman.” He is also a regular contributor to NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me,” “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered,” and he has a special on Netflix, “Warn Your Relatives.” He’s per…

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Come to the Cayuga Nature Center on Sunday, March 15th for a wonderful pancake breakfast, a variety of live local music, vendors, and a chance to learn about maple trees and maple syrup production during this year’s Maple Fest. For the second year, Luna Catering will be creating their wonder…

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As the Apple Harvest Festival makes its return for the 37 year in a row, the Downtown Ithaca Alliance and the Center for Vistors and Business are shaking things up by adding some new features to the festival. The festival is a celebration of the rich heritage of New York State’s biggest crop…

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The hobbies of knitting, weaving, crafting and the like are all similar but unique, connected by their medium but all executed in a different way. That medium, of course, is material, and one of its most prominent celebrations in the area is the Fiber Arts Festival in Preble, NY.

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With an array of fall events coming to Ithaca throughout the next few months, there is one that will have neighbors excited in particular, bringing front-porch music to the community. Porchfest 2019 is back and will be taking place from Sept. 22 from 12-6 p.m, boasting 171 performers at 102 …

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If you’ve ever envied the dress of Victorian women or wish you could hear Edgar Allen Poe read his poetry to you himself, you just might be in luck. Cortland County is debuting Gears to Corsets, the area’s first-ever steampunk festival, from Sept. 27-29, running from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Friday…

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In 2019, people are still seeing and feeling the effects of the 2016 election. However, that was the same year the Greater Ithaca Activites Center (GIAC) began their Festival of Nations. The idea stemmed from another GIAC program, The GIAC Youth Council, which allows kids in the program to f…

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On July 19, the Ithaca Farmers Market’s pavilion on Cayuga Lake will be filled with artists instead of its usual vendors, as the 29th Annual Ithaca Artist Market displays the work of 75 local artists in booths filled with paintings, sculptures, jewelry, books, and more.?

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Everyone has a different favorite part of the Fourth of July. For some people, it’s the jingoist patriotism. Some people like the food and the booze. Others like having a day off work. Others still just like when it’s over.?

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It’s a busy week for New Roots Charter School. In addition to celebrating their 10-year anniversary, this Saturday marks the school’s annual Youth Entrepreneurship Market (YEM), which, since its debut in 2017, will be held in conjunction with Rootstock, a celebration of young musicians in th…

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At last we can see blossoms and feel warmer breezes, and look forward to another series of superb concerts. Mayfest, our annual international chamber music festival sponsored by Cornell’s Department of Music and directed by faculty pianists Miri Yampolsky and Xak Bjerken, is now in its 12th …