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Signs of sustainability are like signs of spring. They recur. They give us hope. They renew our sense of possibility and our resolve to carry on. In these strange and uncertain times, we at Bike Walk … more
Physical isolation and quarantines have become the reality for many local seniors to protect themselves from COVID-19, so staying connected with friends and family can be difficult. Local … more
**This is an official release from the Museum of the Earth. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article. Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster has listed the Museum of the … more
The new procedures and guidelines in the wake of COVID-19 have caused local theaters and performance spaces to temporarily shut down.  “When a show doesn’t go on, many … more
**This is an official release from the Ithaca Children's Garden. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article. The well-being of children and families - and of the world - is the heart of Ithaca … more
**This is an official update from the Ithaca Farmers Market. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article. In light of the recent and rapid COVID-19 changes in our community, the Ithaca Farmers … more
The Collegetown Small Business Alliance – in partnership with Cornell, the city of Ithaca and others – has created a new light pole banner program in Collegetown. The 2-foot-by-5-foot … more
Springtime warmth and fresh breezes compel us to get outdoors. Fortunately, Lansing’s hiking trails offer walks fit for everyone – from short to long and easy to difficult. The … more
As I prepared to write this week’s column, it was my intention to feature the opening of the Groton High School Drama Club’s musical, “The Little Mermaid,” which was supposed … more
On March 12, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, a pandemic. In the past few weeks, county government, organizations and businesses have responded to the … more
  **This is an announcement from Community Arts Partnership's Robin Schwartz. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article.   I have an idea:    I would … more
Sarah Glogowski, executive director of Finger Lakes Library System, literally grew up in a library. “I grew up living in the Weller Library in Mohawk, New York,” she said. “My … more
Rehearsal time had been moved a half hour earlier than the night before, so the cast and crew for Lansing High School’s annual musical production “Once Upon a Mattress” arrived in … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   The Ithaca area has a lot to offer theatergoers of many persuasions, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for growth. A new kind of theater company is coming to Ithaca … more
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