I’ve done a pitiful job of keeping the site updated, even though a lot has happened in the past 12 months. The Neighborhood Pride supermarket opened and closed in under a year, the food truck roundup at Thompson Park was a great success this past summer, and we had flooding by the creek this winter.
Despite the lack of content, my favorite Ithaca blog Ithacating in Cornell Heights (perhaps tied with Ithaca Builds these days) gave this site a mention not too long ago. In it, the author gives an overview of Ithaca in 1866, before there was a Cornell or even the Northside and Fall Creek neighborhoods. As I’ve come to expect from the blog, the post gives a nice amount of detail with some thoughtful analysis at the end. It’s a good read.