During winter months, the SPCA of Tompkins County loses a third of its volunteer staff. The shelter’s stock room also take a hit, as fewer people drop off supplies. Taylor Rescignano ’16 tells us how you can help.
The Finger Lakes may be known for wine tasting, but whiskey is capturing the hearts of some. Stella’s American Bistro offers weekly whiskey tastings, letting visitors explore scotch and bourbon instead of chardonnay and merlot. Steven Pirani ’16 reports.
The Food and Drug Administration has linked the deaths and illnesses of dogs to chicken, duck, and sweet potato jerky treats made in China. The FDA has proposed new regulations to keep your pets safe. Haleigh LaMontagne ’16 reports.
The Greater Ithaca Art Trail is a self-guided tour of 50 working artists’ studios. Artists invite you into their creative spaces and talk about their work. Taylor Barker ’16 reports.
Several Ithaca stores are part of the sustainable fashion movement. New clothing is made from old items, in hopes of reducing the environmental impact. Cassie Walters ’16 reports.
Artist 4 Artist, a new organization at Ithaca College, supports upcoming artist who stem from all genres of music. The group offers weekly songwriting workshops and vocal lessons to each artist. Chelsea Teague ’16 reports.
With an increasing number of food trucks opening in the Ithaca area, the city’s Board of Public Works is proposing regulations for the mobile restaurants. Emma Rizzo ’16 reports.