So What’s Really Happening With Northside Blodgett?

So What’s Really Happening With Northside Blodgett?

Posted on Dec 14, 2017 in Community Voices, Interviews, Local News, Top Posts

In the last several months, you may have noticed a lot of conversations taking place around the fate and future of the former Northside Blodgett Middle School. What’s happening? Why is it being torn down? What will replace it? Who’s in charge? These are all valid questions, and as with any new project, some curiosity […]

What’s Going On?

What’s Going On?

Posted on Dec 8, 2017 in Area Fun!

Happy Friday! Saturday is jam-packed with fun for the whole family – check it out. SATURDAY The Winter Farmers Market will be in the Information Center from 11am-3pm, so make sure you stock up with your winter baking supplies. Santa’s Vision is a free event that will be held at the Comfort Inn in Corning. […]

Urban Corning’s Guide to Crystal City Christmas

Urban Corning’s Guide to Crystal City Christmas

Posted on Nov 29, 2017 in Area Fun!, Top Posts, Uncategorized, Urban Corning Guide

Now that the tree’s been lit and the community’s best have paraded down Market Street, it’s officially Christmas in the Crystal City. Nearly every year, Country Living Magazine names Corning one of the “Best Small Towns For Christmas,” and for good reason. Downtown Corning thrives during the holiday season. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s, there’s an […]

What’s Going On?

What’s Going On?

Posted on Nov 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

If you’re a foodie looking for something to do this weekend, look no further than Saturday. It’s jam-packed with food-centric activities. Here are three of our recommendations: Visit The Corning Winter Farmers Market In case you weren’t aware, the popular Corning Farmers Market carries into the winter with an indoor market located in the Corning […]

Gather ‘Round The Rockwell Roadhouse

Gather ‘Round The Rockwell Roadhouse

Posted on Oct 16, 2017 in Uncategorized

If you live in Corning, you’re almost undoubtedly familiar with CMoG’s 2300°. The long nights of lively music and live glass blowing are arguable some of the hottest parties in the Crystal City – and for good reason. But, as more of you might be unaware, the Corning Museum of Glass isn’t the only museum known to […]

What’s Going On? – Wineglass Weekend

What’s Going On? – Wineglass Weekend

It’s Wineglass Marathon Weekend, which easily makes it one of the busiest of the year. Here’s a rundown (get it?) of what’s going on. Friday Start the festivities Friday evening, with the return of the Urban Arts Crawl. From 5-8pm, enjoy artist demonstrations, gallery talks, exhibit openings, art-centric activities, wine and beer tastings, and more, […]

Finding Community At The Farmers Market

Finding Community At The Farmers Market

If you ask most people what their favorite day of the week is, they’ll almost always respond with Friday or Saturday. Not me. From the start of June through the end of October, my favorite day is Thursday. Hands down, without a doubt. Thursdays are Farmers Market days. Each Thursday morning, during the months mentioned […]

A Local College Student Is A Million Dollars Richer, Thanks To Her Mom (And Wegmans)

A Local College Student Is A Million Dollars Richer, Thanks To Her Mom (And Wegmans)

Posted on Jun 22, 2017 in Community Voices, Interviews, Local News, Wegmans

A local college student, Erin Haggerty, is $1,000,000 richer, thanks to a small present from her mother while she was away at school. Her mom, Diane, routinely sends her greeting cards with scratch-off lottery tickets in them. This past March, Diane sent Erin a St. Patrick’s Day card with a Win $1,000 A Week For Life ticket […]