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Let’s Actually Try To Herd Our Cats

June 29, 2016 Last week, I herded cats. I know, I know. Herding cats is well-nigh impossible. Our cats are usually barn cats. They are difficult to see, let alone control. more »»

Running, The Paris Review And Happenstance

June 29, 2016 I had the privilege and opportunity to meet Lorin Stein, The Paris Review editor-in-chief, Tuesday. more »»

Chautauqua Institution Presents Creative Expression

June 26, 2016 The Temptations and The Four Tops, Roger Rosenblatt, Garry Trudeau, Alan and Arlene Alda, LeAnn Rimes headline opening week of Chautauqua Institution’s 2016 summer season Chautauqua Institution is... more »»

Analyzing The Causes Of Depression

June 26, 2016 I caught part of an interview with a psychiatrist. The radio talk show subject matter was on depression. He answered questions on the subject of depression from the interviewer and call-ins. more »»

Dairy Month History — The Industry And Personally

June 26, 2016 Before I could write about June being Dairy Month I had to find out about its history. The information that I provide here came from the site of the International Dairy Food Association. more »»

Ben And Martha: A Love Story

June 26, 2016 On a little lakeside street in Lakewood, where the trees stand six stories tall and the play of light in the shadow branches dances on the pavement, is where my great-grandfather built a summer... more »»

Turning Blue Over Wireless

June 25, 2016 There’s a tree at the park in Lakewood that I kind of love. It’s old — I think I remember it from when I was a little girl. more »»

Rowland Heads West; Brings Home Wyoming Family’s Recipes

June 25, 2016 My husband and I recently returned from the most awesome nine-week road trip imaginable. more »»

Happy National (Insert Celebration) Day

June 25, 2016 It seems every time I turn around it’s a special day or week or month commemorating something. At the end of April, there were three such days, and I missed hearing about them all until May. more »»

Prominent Citizens And Railroads

June 24, 2016 Genealogists and family historians at some point in their research consult “mug” books. Many of these books were produced during the late 1800s and early 1900s by a number of publishing companies. more »»

Long Haul

June 24, 2016 Lydia Samuelson was able to finish 41 miles around the lake in a little over eight hours on Saturday to raise money for Carsyn, who has major medical bills and a need for a handicapped van due to... more »»

Tickets Available For LeAnn Rimes, Huey Lewis At Chautauqua Amphitheater

June 24, 2016 A star-studded line-up and a variety of events are included in this year’s Popular Entertainment series at Chautauqua Institution. more »»

Through Knowing Eyes

June 23, 2016 Yesterday’s paper included a front-page article featuring an interview I had with one of our area’s most prolific musicians: “Bumpy” Peterson. more »»

Growing Reputation

June 23, 2016 One of the Jamestown area’s premier Americana, Southern rock-roots bands is celebrating the release of its most recent album with a string of upcoming summer gig. more »»

‘Rolling Hills Radio’ To Feature Stewed Mulligan At Great Blue Heron Music Festival

June 23, 2016 After years of discussion and coordination, WRFA-LP 107.9 FM’s “Rolling Hills Radio” will finally have an opportunity to hold a live taping at the Great Blue Heron Music Festival. more »»

Half-Drunk At 2 A.M., How Good Are You?

June 22, 2016 In the wake of the horrific slaughter at an Orlando, Fla., night club, we are again hearing, “If one good man with a gun had been there, the result would have been different.” Yes. I agree. Different. more »»

From Dream To Reality

June 22, 2016 KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. — Josh Stafford has once again proved his unparallelled pipe organ prowess, this time as winner of an international organ competitio. more »»

Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: A Story Of Children’s Books, Worry And A Dad With Good Timing

June 22, 2016 Have you ever read the story, “Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” by Judith Viorst? It was one of the most well-liked books in one of my elementary school classes. more »»

Keeping The Vigil

June 19, 2016 On a cool and cloudy day this week, my mother passed away. We were treed in by now — the flickering leaves finding their essential green, almost summer, the air fair and soft. more »»

Keeping The Vigil

June 19, 2016 On a cool and cloudy day this week, my mother passed away. We were treed in by now — the flickering leaves finding their essential green, almost summer, the air fair and soft. more »»

 
 
 

 

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