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Chautauqua Institution Presents ‘Money And Power’

July 3, 2016 CHAUTAUQUA — After a successful opening week, Chautauqua Institution is proud to announce the program lineup for Week Two of its 2016 season. more »»

Day 185 (Or 186): Happy Birthday, America!

July 3, 2016 We have a habit of counting the days until this will happen, until that will happen, or until a special day will arrive, evidenced by a child telling everyone of his or her friends and/or relatives... more »»

Dairy Month History — The Industry And Personally

July 3, 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 »»

Pregnant Women Need Better Health Care

July 3, 2016 A study by the United Nations World Health Organization states that the rates of women dying from pregnancy and childbirth is rising. The study cites obesity and older-age women as main sources. more »»

Reflecting On The Memories Of My Cousins, My Friends

July 3, 2016 We look back on our childhoods and remember days when the sky and the earth seemed to be in perfect unison, certain times when life was perfect. more »»

We Pledge Ourselves To The Cause Of Human Freedom

July 2, 2016 I challenge you to read the following speech with a dry eye. It was read by President Ronald Reagan on July 4, 1986, at New York harbor. In it, he expounded on the hope that was and still is America. more »»

Jamestown Woman Cherishes Her Heritage Through Food, Scrapbooking

July 2, 2016 Cynthia Jablonski Corbelli is one of a small percentage of Americans who can say they are of one nationality and no one is prouder of their heritage than she. more »»

Editor's Note

July 2, 2016 Jim Riggs’ memory stays on the golf course. When I read his column from the ’70s about using colored golf balls when they first arrived on store shelves, I bought some mysel. more »»

Food And Fundraising

July 1, 2016 One fundraising activity of many different organizations here and around the country is and has been the production of cookbooks containing recipes contributed by the members of that organization. more »»

Kennedy Holds Flag Burning Ceremony

July 1, 2016 KENNEDY — On June 15, Kennedy Pride held their 11th annual Flag Retirement Ceremony in Hallquist Park. more »»

Physical Therapy Provides Alternative To Rising Use Of Opioids

July 1, 2016 Opioid use is spiraling out of control in the United States, and those suffering from pain conditions need an alternative. more »»

Don’t Stop Me Now

June 30, 2016 This weekend will present me with the opportunity to fulfill one of my all-time musical goals: the thus-far elusive “double-header. more »»

CRYB Dancers Selected For Intensive Summer Programs

June 30, 2016 The Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet is proud to announce that four of its advanced level students have been accepted into prestigious intensive ballet programs for the summer. more »»

Ohio Author Visits Bemus Point Elementary To Discuss Books, Value Of Reading

June 30, 2016 BEMUS POINT — An Alfred University alumnus is developing connections with a Chautauqua County school district to cultivate a love for reading within area students. more »»

Soup-R Saturday Raises Funds For Lily’s Hope

June 29, 2016 WESTFIELD — Cross Roads Farm and Craft Market recently held the annual Soup-R Saturday to benefit Lily’s Hop. more »»

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 »»



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