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 […]

Finding Truth About The Salem Witch Trials In Corning, New York

Finding Truth About The Salem Witch Trials In Corning, New York

We’re all familiar with the Salem Witch Trials. We all know that in one infamous New England town, in 1692, women were accused of being witches by the hundreds and those who couldn’t prove their innocence, however hard they tried, were burnt at the stake. We’ve known of these distant events since our youth, and movies […]

What’s Going On?

What’s Going On?

Posted on Nov 17, 2016 in Area Fun!, Food & Drink

If you’re into live music, unique beer, fresh produce or drama, this is going to be a good weekend. Thursday CMoG’s wildly popular 2300° event series returns, tonight! Head over to the museum from 6-8pm for glass blowing demos, Finger Lakes craft beer tasting and live music with Whiskey Shivers. The folk tunes these guys play […]

The Studio’s Turning Twenty, And You’re Invited To The Party

The Studio’s Turning Twenty, And You’re Invited To The Party

The Corning Museum of Glass opened The Studio in 1996, to give artists a place to practice their craft and for the community and students to learn more about the art of glass making – an art that has quite literally put Corning on the map. In the twenty years since its founding, The Studio has […]

Reasons to Love Living in a Tourist Town

Reasons to Love Living in a Tourist Town

Corning is a tourist town. There’s just no sugarcoating it. In fact, Corning is the third most visited city in New York, coming in behind NYC and Niagara Falls, respectively. The Corning Museum of Glass is the biggest contributor to those tourism numbers, attracting more that 460,000 visitors to the city in 2015 alone. Our […]

We’re Getting Social – Again

We’re Getting Social – Again

Posted on Mar 24, 2016 in Area Fun!, Local Arts, Local News, Rockwell Museum

What do fine art, hot glass, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, vodka, Market Street, a flute and a tuba all have in common? The Urban Arts Crawl, that’s what. The second installment of the wildly popular Urban Arts Crawl is tomorrow, from 5-8pm, and it’s promising all of the above and so much more. And yes – […]

You Need To Visit The Corning Museum Of Glass… This Week

You Need To Visit The Corning Museum Of Glass… This Week

We’re big fans of the Corning Museum of Glass, as we’re sure you can tell. We’re not the kind of people that need any specific reason to visit the museum because, for us, the museum is the reason to visit. But we’re also not so naive to think that everyone has the same mindset, and sometimes, […]