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We’ve published 14850 Magazine since 1992, 14850 Dining since 1999, and 14850 Today since 2001, providing timely news and information to the Ithaca and Tompkins County community.
Downtown Ithaca is the neighborhood that stretches a few blocks from the Ithaca Commons, the pedestrian mall in the middle of the City of Ithaca. State Street, running through the middle of the City, was closed off for two blocks around 1970 to create this scenic downtown pedestrian mall where shoppers and diners can stroll. State Street also links Ithaca (as Route 79) to Richford and Whitney Point to the east, and Mecklenburg and Watkins Glen to the west.
Our company was founded in Downtown Ithaca, and we encourage you to visit.
Free CFCU Summer Concert Series kicks off with Stone Cold Miracle - Downtown Ithaca’s free weekly summer concert series kicks off tonight at the Bernie Milton Pavilion with Stone Cold Miracle leading the way! There are free concerts every Thursday through the summer. After the downtown concert series was displaced by construction on the Ithaca Commons for a couple of years, it returned to the brand new (and at the time not quite finished) Bernie Milton Pavilion on Bank Alley last August with the Gunpoets. CFCU Community Credit Union sponsors and hosts the weekly concert series, which also serves as a fundraiser for the United Way of Tompkins County. They say the series is also supported by Seneca Beverage Corporation, Ithaca Marriott Downtown on the Commons, Green Street Pharmacy, Six Mile Creek Vineyard, GreenStar Natural Foods Market, The Ithaca Journal, Legacy Foundation of Tompkins County, and the J. M. McDonald Foundation. Stone Cold Miracle performing at Porchfest. 14850 file photo. Stone Cold Miracle, who have performed as part of the summer concert series in the past, brings a funky brand of soul music to tonight’s concert, with vocal powerhouse LaTrece Stevenson backed by several veterans of the local music scene, including Nick LaVerne and Dustin Stuhr on guitars, Zaun Marshburn on drums, and Andy [...] Upcoming events help Ithaca show solidarity with Orlando - This week has already seen a brainstorming session on how to support victims of this weekend's shooting in Orlando and a vigil to honor the memory of the dozens of victims. Still to come are benefits at the Haunt and Moonies and an Ithaca is Love event. Brainstorming session tonight on supporting Orlando victims - Acting Mayor Deborah Mohlenhoff wants to help harness the energy she sees among Ithaca area residents who want to do something to help the victims of this weekend's tragic shooting in Orlando. She's called a brainstorming session for Monday evening.
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