This past Thursday, Ithaca College held its Veterans Day celebration in preparation for the actual holiday on November 11. WICB correspondent Ben Tillem covers the event and speaks with Frederick Keener, a former Navy man with an amazing story of service.
Carmen Guidi is a local businessman who runs Guidi Collision Services in Newfield. This fall, he along with volunteers from church groups, businesses and other organizations are donating their time and money to a project called Second Wind Cottages; building six small homes on Guidi’s land to give several homeless people from around the area […]
Brayton and Suzanne Shanley, founders of the sustainable Agape Community, visit Ithaca to talk about their views on nonviolence and how they have applied them to environmental concepts as well. WICB’s Kyle Robertson reports.
A recent discussion by a panel of experts on hydraulic fracturing at Cornell University could mean that gas drilling is off the table for Ithaca permanently. WICB’s Patrick Feeney has the details.
In honor of National Food Day last Thursday, Ithaca’s Greenstar Community Projects hosted a screening and community discussion on a documentary that focuses on the issues of poverty and hunger. WICB’s Patrick Feeney has the details.
Siblings Jessie and Sean Bonnie-Burrell talk about their joint venture, Haunted Ithaca and Ithaca History Tours, and shed some light on the shadows of the city’s past.
Members of the Beehive Design Collective visited Ithaca this week to promote their newest work of art, a mural called “Mesoamerica Resiste.” The work is meant to raise awareness about the struggles of native people in the region against imperialism and corporatization. WICB’s Kyle Robertson reports.