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Comedy Fest Offers Full Lineup Of Events, Activities

August 4, 2016 This year’s Lucille Ball Comedy Festival will have no shortage of activities for area and visiting attendees. more »»

Have You Ever Seen The Rain?

August 3, 2016 “Someone told me long ago, there’s a calm before the storm. I know — it’s been coming for someone time. When it’s over so they say, it’ll rain a sunny day. I know, shinin’ down like water. more »»

Family Asks To Shower Westfield Resident With Birthday Cards

August 3, 2016 Edna Dascomb Bajdo, 94, a lifelong resident of Westfield, was born Aug. 7, 1922, into a family of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. more »»

Summertime And The River Is Lazy

August 3, 2016 I love low rivers in summertime. Hereabouts, we are blessed. Our rivers, though bug-friendly, do not house the nostril-clogging swarms found further north. more »»

Divorce Is No Laughing Matter

July 31, 2016 Thankfully, modern medicine continues with extensive research to advance lives. more »»

Top A Rise Celebrates Christmas In Virginia Summer

July 31, 2016 ELLINGTON — Christmas carols playing, nativity scenes displayed in front yards, evergreen trees lit up brightly, reindeer, sleighs and Santa, sun shining and the temperature heading for a forecasted... more »»

Show Up. Say The Words

July 31, 2016 When bad things happen in life, we find out who cares for us, truly, and who doesn’t. It’s that simple. But finding out can be a painful experience. more »»

Chautauqua Institution Presents ‘The Future of Cities’

July 31, 2016 David Simon, Sergio Fajardo, Diana Butler Bass, The Cleveland Foundation, Straight No Chaser headline sixth week of Chautauqua Institution’s 2016 season With half of the summer completed, Chautauqua... more »»

Adjectives … Double Edged Swords?

July 31, 2016 Today’s topic has been addressed before, but because devastating things (which appear to be intolerant and/or hate motivated) keep happening in this country and world, it needs to be revisited more... more »»

The Joke’s On Me

July 31, 2016 Somewhere I have two full pages of good (well, I thought so) jokes culled from earlier readings. They seem hopelessly lost now. more »»

No Man Is An Island

July 31, 2016 I recently attended a high school reunion. I have been to all of them except one when my husband was having chemo. High school friends remain close. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

July 31, 2016 A painter spruces up a fire hydrant in the City of Jamestown. Photo submitted by Roger Roselli Jr. Send us your ‘‘Best Shot’’ of unique moments in your family’s life. more »»

If We Didn’t Have To Age

July 30, 2016 Editor’s Note: A Lakewood Lense is running in this space this week due to a change to The Post-Journal’s regular printing schedule this week. It will return to Page C1 next week. more »»

Editor's Note

July 30, 2016 It is with a heavy heart that I write my last Editor’s Note for The Post-Journal. I don’t mean heavy with sadness — but with emotio. more »»

Punam Pihlblad Shares Recipes Of Northern India

July 30, 2016 “Until I left home I didn’t know people didn’t have to cook. My mother couldn’t get by one single day without cooking,” Punam Pihlblad said. more »»

Instagram Photographers Open New Show Tonight

July 29, 2016 The 3rd on 3rd Gallery at Reg Lenna Center for The Arts opens the “Myjtownny” photography show tonight with a public reception at 7. more »»

Hot Advertising

July 29, 2016 Aside from the political scene, comments heard around the area are mostly about the weather and how hot it is and has been. more »»

How Physical Therapists Manage Pain

July 29, 2016 As America combats a devastating opioid epidemic, safer, non-opioid treatments have never been of greater need. more »»

Life’s A Love Song

July 28, 2016 The first time I played in front of a live audience with my own band, my heart was in my throat, I was sweating profusely and my nerves were a ball of tightly clenched fury. more »»

Chautauqua Opera To Present ‘The Mikado’ This Week

July 28, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — A mashup of both antiquated and contemporary Japanese and American culture will greet audiences of the Chautauqua Opera’s upcoming production of “The Mikado” this week. more »»



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