Parita Desai introduces us to a man who calls “the Jungle” home, and explores efforts to support homeless in Ithaca.
The Buddy Workout program provides exercise training and other support for the well-being of people with disabilities. Sierra Guardiola reports.
Sierra Guardiola and Rebecca Mehorter take us along the Ithaca Art Trail, where local artists open their studios for people to explore.
Brianna Ruback and Alexandria Sanchez introduce us to Abner Argueta, who has brought his family’s passion for Guatamalan coffee to the Ithaca area.
Kristen Mirand visits with the group My Brother’s Keeper to learn how volunteers make sleeping bags for homeless people.
An Ithaca College student’s photos campaign following the Brock Turner sexual assault case draws national attention and raises awareness. Produced by Alexis Morillo and Danielle Lee.
A new “art abandonment” trend has made its way to Ithaca. Rocks are painted and then placed throughout Ithaca. Produced by Emily Chavez and Maggie Gorman.
Sara Belcher and Deanna Wetmore talk with Sammus the Rapper about her music and career, along with her involvement in the Ithaca Black Lives Matter movement.
Madeline Lester reports on one music teacher’s fight to keeping the music playing at a local school district.
Students share a musical connection with residents of an adult living center. Produced by Jake Barney, Olivia Riggio, and Kyra Denish.
Local researchers are using fish to investigate the impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products on water quality. Kyle Stewart reports.