October 23, 2021

Show Stoppers

August 15, 2021

Cortland Repertory Theatre intern knows how to juggle. Not balls or bowling pins, but reams of words, dance moves, singing parts, and where to place themselves on a stage. “We’re working on ‘Goin’ to the […]

A different kind of summer

June 4, 2021

After a year of COVID-19 restrictions, online classes and time spent stuck at home, parents are registering their kids for summer camp to get some fresh air and have fun with their friends. Summer camps […]

Local organizations receive grant funding

March 31, 2021

Access to Naloxone, the overdose-reversing medication, can be difficult in more-rural parts of Cortland County but with a $5,000 grant, Cortland Area Communities That Care will work to create kiosks to address the problem. “We […]

Show mostly ready to go on

March 9, 2021

Cortland County arts and entertainment venues are preparing to open their doors and raise the curtains on concerts and performances starting April 2 as state guidelines allow more people in the audience, but some plan […]

Finding creativity amid COVID

March 1, 2021

Greater Cortland area artists contributed work to the Cortland Repertory Theatre Downtown’s art exhibition highlighting the creative thoughts and hindrances caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Musicians can livestream a concert, but never hear the applause. […]

COVID relief offers boost for cultural hubs

January 6, 2021

The Central New York Living History Center had 20 events planned from the annual Brockway Truck show to weddings — all canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Those cancellations and fewer visitors to the center […]

2020 was a hard year, but people kept spirits up

January 2, 2021

In a year filled with political divisiveness, racial tensions and a deadly pandemic, 2020 could seem like an ongoing slog. Add to that canceled pastimes and outings to challenge people. But one thing remained for […]

Cortland High Theater works through COVID

November 15, 2020

Olivia McKenna said the musicial “Ordinary Days” features the lives of four people living in New York City, who kind of bump into each other. “It’s very storytelling-like,” said McKenna, a senior at Cortland High […]

17 agencies await county tourism money

November 14, 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic has canceled many events this year, Cortland County tourism agencies are figuring out new events to attract people and how to market for people’s safety. “It’s really about how you present […]

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