Below are three ways to experience THIS is Ithaca:
Voices is simply that—the sound of a person sharing their thoughts with you.
If you are eager to put a face to the voice, Faces provides you with a photograph to look at while you listen.
And if you prefer some context or want to know more about a particular episode, you can read the Stories.
The Coin Collector
Bound for Glory
Delivering Your Mail
Meet the Mayor
The Mall Dry Cleaners
Becoming a Rockstar
At the Diner
Being a Bus Driver
By pure chance, young economics student Phil Shapiro discovered the Alternatives Library inside Cornell’s Anabel Taylor Hall and chose it to become the venue for his […]
This episode mentions the existence of sex (and related content). Be alert – and have fun! Picture 25 women chatting over wine and swapping–no, not Tupperware–but […]
Whether on the back of a horse on a snowy day or on foot walking through town, Holly Horner tries to be outside as much as […]
What’s a typical day in the life of a mayor of Ithaca? For Svante Myrick, who’s been mayor since 2012, it requires coffee. Lots of coffee. […]
Tucked in the north side of Triphammer Marketplace is The Mall Dry Cleaners, a family owned and operated business since 1970. But what exactly happens when […]
What’s the road to becoming a rockstar? For Casey Harris, who is legally blind, it all started by tuning pianos. Now the 34-year old performs around […]
The diner is a staple of American culinary culture and in Ithaca’s Fall Creek neighborhood, you can get a taste of it at the Lincoln Street […]
What does it take to be a bus driver? TCAT’s Desiree Johnson is a second-generation bus operator so she’s the perfect person to ask. She takes […]