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A: Although it’s no New York City, Ithaca still has a very charged music scene.

There are weekly concerts of local musicians at places like Castaways, the Haunt, the Nines, and No Radio Records (which often partners with students to put on concerts).

See video of the Decemberists in Ithaca:

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Even the Times knows that Ithaca is gorges! The town of Ithaca was featured in The New York Times article "Homecomings Amid the Gorges."

The article highlights the lively arts scene, top-notch cuisine, and beautiful views that are all to be had in Ithaca. It even mentions some Ithaca traditions, like the Ithaca Farmer’s Market, the renowned wineries,...

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Nothing says fall in Ithaca like the annual Apple Harvest Festival. With music, food, dancing, a Ferris wheel, street performers, and an abundance of apples, Apple Fest is one of Ithaca's definitive charms. Roughly 30,000 people headed to the Ithaca Commons for the 26th annual event.

See a time-lapse video of last year's festival shot by the Commons Cam:

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Photographs by Jeffrey Goodwin '10

Hundreds of headlights pierced the pre-dawn darkness as cars made their way down the hilly Ithaca roads toward Stewart Park. The park was filled with riders -- including many from the Ithaca College students, staff, and faculty -- poised to take part in the Southern Tier AIDS Program's (STAP's) tenth annual AIDS Ride for...

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The third annual Tutelo Homecoming Festival recently welcomed back the Cayuga, Tutelo, and Kindred Indian Nations, and the Saponi tribes to Ithaca. Held in Tutelo Park in the Town of Ithaca, the festival was full of people mingling among stalls offering crafts for sale from many different Native American nations.

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