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Treasures

Amble down the twisting stairs from the Johnson Museum’s main lobby and step into the overscaled Bartels Gallery—the concrete framed, white-walled belly of architect I.M. Pei’s towering Brutalist beast. The space hosts art of all varieties but is best suited…

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Biz Briefs

Cornell’s Cascadilla Community Solar Farm opens

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Ithaca Business Index: A volatile start to 2019

The local economy rebounded from a slow start in 2019 by picking up the pace in February. The Ithaca Business Index increased 0.4 percent to 172.32 from a revised mark of 171.69 in January. Gains in hours worked, home sales,…

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Q&A with Lansing Village candidates

The Village of Lansing Elections will be taking place on April 23 from noon to 9 p.m. The polling place will be located at the Village Office on 2405 North Triphammer Rd. in Ithaca. The offices up for election are…

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The gig economy grows, but workers pay

For several years, the gig economy has been a powerful presence locally, with apps like Uber, Lyft, Grubhub and others driving the industry. But while these apps may have reached the pinnacle of popularity with users, for their employees, it…

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Mud Sweat and Cheers

A shot from last year’s Mud, Sweat and Cheers competition, which normally features first responders competing.

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Gig Economy image

The staff of the Tompkins County Workers Center have emerged as a valuable resource for workers in the gig economy.

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Cornell stages Roman tragedy 'Troades'

Ghosts, sacrifices, visions –Seneca’s ancient tale of the aftermath of the fall of Troy, “Troades” (“The Trojan Women”), is a Roman tragedy in the grand tradition. On April 21 and 24 Cornell classics students will stage the play in the…

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