How To Celebrate National Pizza Day In Corning

How To Celebrate National Pizza Day In Corning

Posted on Feb 9, 2018 in Best of Corning, Food & Drink, Urban Corning Guide

It’s National Pizza Day! As with any semi-official food related national holiday, I expect the local pizza joints to be buzzing from the time they unlock their front doors to the moment the last pie is out for late night delivery. After all, today is their day. But, how does one celebrate National Pizza Day in […]

Urban Corning’s Top 5 Posts of 2017

Urban Corning’s Top 5 Posts of 2017

We’d like to start this post by saying, thank you. Thank you to all of our readers. Because of you, 2017 was one of Urban Corning’s best years to date. In just 365 days we got to learn more about some of the really amazing people that call Corning home, helped usher in incredible new […]

Corning, You’ve Got Some Clark Griswold in You

Corning, You’ve Got Some Clark Griswold in You

Corning’s Gaffer District, the City, and numerous businesses & organizations do a great job of decorating our community throughout the holiday season… but there’s plenty to see in our residential neighborhoods too.  Since we’re all pretty busy this time of year, we decided to check out a few pockets of homes in the City and […]

9 Gifts You Can ONLY Buy in Corning

9 Gifts You Can ONLY Buy in Corning

The holiday shopping season is upon us and businesses in Corning’s Gaffer District are prepared for the post-Thanksgiving rush. Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Museum Store Sunday (new), and Cyber Monday come in quick succession. While you’re considering where you’ll go for gifts this year, the following is a short list of things that are […]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pumpkin Spice

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pumpkin Spice

The arrival of pumpkin-flavored everything seems to have replaced cooler weather as the key harbinger of Autumn… since we’ve been knee-deep in pumpkin spice since somewhere around back-to-school week. Whether you’re an avowed aficionado, hopelessly indifferent (that’s me), or somewhere in between – we’ve got four homegrown pumpkin treats that rise above the rest of […]

What’s Going On?

What’s Going On?

As the leaves start to change and pumpkin spice products fill the shelves, it’s impossible to not embrace fall. Big Flats and Corning are helping to get you in the fall spirit this weekend with festivals on Saturday and Sunday.   FRIDAY Start your weekend off right at 5pm today at the Grand Opening of […]

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 […]

Card Carrying Books & Gifts OPENING

Card Carrying Books & Gifts OPENING

Happy Tuesday! Today we are introducing Card Carrying Books & Gifts, a new bookstore on Market Street! The owners, Sarah Blagg and Randi Hewit, stand for all things equality, and we will be featuring a monthly blog post from the store.   On Wednesday, August 30th, the Card Carrying team was delighted to introduce Corning’s […]