I was raised on West Second Street on Corning’s Southside near CFA, and my father was born and raised in Corning, too. This makes me an undeniably honest-to-god Corningite, and no matter how much traveling and moving around I’ve done in the past 10 years or have yet to do, I still reserve the right […]
I know what you’re thinking (because I kinda was), “In the information age, when just about every bit of world knowledge is only fingertips away on my (insert device of choice here)… what could I possibly need anymore at a public library?” Before the other day, I was more apt to visit this Library. In […]
Alleys are pretty utilitarian places. Take your typical Market Street block. If the Market Street side is the pretty face, then the alley is the… well, let’s leave it at this: the best you might be able to say about a typical alley is that it provides a place to keep the dumpsters and delivery traffic. […]
Point: Hey, remember the last episode of HBO’s The Sopranos? Counter-Point: Yeah, the one everyone hated? P: No, the one that ended in the middle of that Journey song. C-P: That’s the one. P: I always loved the end of that show C-P: You know, most people hated it. Especially those who didn’t watch […]
Since last Monday, I’ve been counting down the days until GlassFest takes over Corning once again. The official event website is a great resource for finding out everything that’s going on throughout the weekend, but if I know you like I think I do, you won’t want to just show up and hope someone else is […]
I see a zombie horde attacking Boomers’ entrance demanding brains.