According to the CDC, chronic illnesses are “conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both.” It’s the leading cause of death and disability in the United States. It’s expensive too. Chronic and mental health conditions make up 90% of the US’ $3.5 trillion…

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In this episode of Teresa Alt’s Inquiring Socialist, she speaks with Attorney Bill Nible, who works for legal services of Central New York in Binghamton to represent low income tenants. He is also a pro bono volunteer with Ithaca Tenants Union, which is an organization that protects tenants and provides free legal advice. WRFI News…

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Adam Zonder, Production Manager of the Hangar Theatre talks about a special virtual rally taking place Tuesday, September 1st, called “The Red Alert Solidarity Movement”.   This movement is being put on by the National Independent Venue Association, or NIVA, and is promoted on social media with #SaveOurStages. NIVA is also posting information at http://wemakeevents.org. DJ…

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The Civic Ensemble, which calls itself Ithaca’s civic-minded theater company, has had a change in leadership. WRFI Community News contributor Pamela Tan spoke with Julia Taylor, the Civic’s new Executive Director, and members of the newly created Artistic Ensemble Sage Alia Clemenco and Carley Robinson.

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