In many cities, watching documentaries or independent films means sitting in a university lecture hall or a decrepit movie house. Ithaca used to be no exception. But in June 2009 the nonprofit independent movie theater Cinemapolis moved to a new five-screen space and really polished up their look—a true revamp from the underground, two-screen theater that had been located in an alleyway in downtown since 1986.
Ithaca College is somewhat secluded, overlooking the rest of the city from atop South Hill. Luckily, The Commons is close by and provides tons of nightlife options, but don’t stop there — visit that other hill near Cornell University, “Collegetown." Here’s a list of Collegetown's top hot nightlife spots.
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