Features

Randolph Couple Enjoys Chemical-Free Lifestyle

More and more today’s families are investing in a healthier lifestyle, both by the food they eat and the products they use. Saying Melissa and Nick Brown of Randolph have taken this to a whole new level is an understatement. “I used to buy prepackaged food until I learned how horrible ...

Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour Returns To Jamestown Wednesday

Area residents are once again invited to view the world’s best mountain sport, culture and environmental independent films on the big screen in Jamestown thanks to a 13-year tradition. The longtime collaboration of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History and the Reg Lenna ...

‘BRRH’ To Feature Barton, Company Townes In April 13 Program

As the end of its third season closes in, Trinity Guitars’ “Back Room Radio Hour” will feature some new faces and a familiar friend in its upcoming 27th installment. Presented by WRFA-LP 107.9 FM, the upcoming program will hold its live taping at Trinity Guitars’ 800 W. Third St. ...

St. Luke’s Altar Guild Makes Simnel Cakes

Again this year, as in the past 63, Jamestown’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church passed out individually wrapped slices of Simnel cake. The tradition was started in 1955 by Miss Annie Oates, who came from England bringing the tradition with her and who continued until 1968 when the church’s ...

Randolph Resident Shares Recipes From Ghana

The next time you hear someone say “men can’t multi-task,” don’t believe it. Joshua Okrah of Randolph can slice, run a blender, saute, stir, season and keep an eye on the oven, all at the same time. Although he had done much of the prep work before our interview, it was not ...

Southern Tier Wrestling To Present ‘Gold Rush’ At Northwest Arena April 1

Southern Tier Wrestling is set to make its 2017 debut with an annual fundraising event that will benefit the Jamestown Community College wrestling team. The locally owned independent wrestling company will kick off “Gold Rush,” its fifth event overall and the first of its second season, ...

‘Rolling Hills Radio’ To Host The Farmer And Adele, Dee Adams March 30

The 62nd episode of WRFA-LP 107.9 FM’s “Rolling Hills Radio” will feature faces both familiar and brand new next week. On Thursday, March 30, the program will hold a 6:30 p.m. live taping of this month’s episode Thursday at the Robert H. Jackson Center’s Carl Kappa Theater, ...

A Knitter’s Dream Come True

“Growing up I never thought I would go into business with my mom, but I have discovered being in business and teaching knitting classes is my passion. It doesn’t get any better than working next to your best friend,” says Mary Heyl, who along with her mother, Dianne Valvo is partnered in ...

Cold Lazarus Releases Four-Track EP

Four local musicians have joined together for a sound experiment that takes listeners on a momentary musical trip. Recently, the newly-formed, Jamestown-based band, Cold Lazarus, released the “All Alone” four-track EP for musical connoisseurs everywhere to enjoy with titles such as “All ...

Debra Eck Featured Artist In Sherman Art Gallery Exhibit

A local artist will showcase 10 years’ worth of work in an exhibit to open this weekend at a Sherman art gallery. The LMNOP Gallery, 108 W. Main St. in Sherman, has announced that it will kick off its 2017 events calendar Friday with an exhibit and opening reception entitled “Palimpsest: ...

Bemus Point Mom Mails K-Kids Boxes

When Ashley Kaczar of Bemus Point was asked what her hobbies were, her husband, Ryan, quickly answered, “Nothing, because her kids are her life.” “I’m always thinking of things I can do with my children, whether it’s going to the zoo, the play museum or creating crafts and ...

JCA Season Continues With St. Patrick’s Day Concert

After a three-month gap, the Jamestown Concert Association will continue its 2016-17 season programming with a special St. Patrick’s Day concert downtown. The concert association will present the fourth of six concerts scheduled across the season when the Celtic fiddle and guitar duo Dana ...

Randolph Academy Hosts 11th Annual Fashion Show

RANDOLPH — When Vicki Rosetti announced that she was retiring and closing Fashions on Main in Falconer, Randolph Academy cosmetology teacher Susan Jackson at first panicked and wondered where she was going to get gowns for the school’s 11th annual Cosmetology Fashion Show. Rosetti had ...

Give It Your Best Shot

Chuck and Sharon Nazzaro of Jamestown are pictured near the Great Pyramid of Giza. The couple visited Cairo, Egypt, in October 2016. Send us your ‘‘Best Shot’’ of unique moments in your family’s life. Write clearly your name and address on the back of the photo along with a few ...

Gowanda Shop Has Something For Everyone

The saying “if you want something done, ask a busy person to do it,” applies to Sarah Gabel of Gowanda. The pastor’s wife, home-schooling mom of five boys and entrepreneur has a gift of making it all work. After their oldest son became interested in wooden railroads 11 years ago, she ...

Infinity To Hold Third Annual Local Artist Showcase March 11

For the third year in a row, local artists and their works will be celebrated at Infinity Visual and Performing Arts downtown location. Infinity will host its third annual Local Artist Showcase on Saturday, March 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Infinity Arts Cafe, located at 300 E. Third ...

Hydroponic, Organic Indoor Growing And More

Make a special effort to stop at BioDome Project, 207 Pine Street, Jamestown, at your earliest convenience for many reasons. The business that opened May 2014 is a unique setting consisting of a hydroponic and organic indoor growing operation, an outlet for selling the products of local artists ...

The March Skies

Mercury emerges from behind the sun (in relation to Earth) and appears low in the west during evening twilight near the end of March. It will rise higher in the sky each night during the last week of the month. It shines at magnitude -1.2 and binoculars will help to locate it. A small telescope ...

Circumstances

“A beautifully sunlit morning and a brief moment of clarity has helped me to put the whirlwind that it is my life into a wholly new perspective today. I’ve experienced a lot of changes in the past several months, almost none of which can be planned for. These changes have sent me headlong ...