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Storytellers unite

April 28, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer SINCLAIRVILLE — Friends don’t let friends write alone. more »»

Local veterans teach fourth graders about the American flag

April 23, 2013 Editor’s note: The following column is being rerun because of a production error in Sunday’s edition. more »»

From the Marais to the Eiffel Tower

April 21, 2013 Our hotel, the charming Hotel de la Bretonnerie, was nestled in the Marais, a district of Paris we specifically selected after some researc. more »»

Memories of the Bethlehem Steel plant

April 21, 2013 By RALPH BURKE Special to the OBSERVER Editor’s note: This column is part two in a two-part series of columns on the Bethlehem Steel plant in Lackawana. more »»

Celebrating three decades

April 21, 2013 By DIANE R. CHODAN OBSERVER Staff Writer This year, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northern Chautauqua County celebrated its 30th anniversary. more »»

‘Life is great: dance makes it better’

April 21, 2013 By SKEETER TOWER Special to the OBSERVER When running a business, the last thing one thinks they will be doing is windows. more »»

Stars and stripes

April 21, 2013 “Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?” That, of course, was the hopeful question asked by Francis Scott Key as he was held aboar... more »»

April in Paris

April 14, 2013 As a fashion fanatic and wine enthusiast, Paris has always been the foreign city I have longed most to see. more »»

Spring is in the hair

April 14, 2013 “Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair” from the poet K. Gibran reminds us of the simple pleasures of spring. more »»

Be prepared for a pet emergency

April 14, 2013 April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month and a good time for pet owners to review emergency situations that they and their pets may be faced wit. more »»

Lackawanna Steel dreaming

April 14, 2013 By RALPH BURKE Special to the OBSERVER I worked at the Bethlehem Steel plant in Lackawanna for 14 years, until the final cut in the early 1980s. The plant was huge. more »»

The London Olympians

April 7, 2013 A quickly-approaching 10-year high school reunion can really help put things into perspective. Somehow, an entire decade can easily slip by without warnin. more »»

Shake out the chill and move into spring

April 7, 2013 Spring has been a very long time coming this year and when unpleasant weather conditions are combined with the end-of-winter doldrums, it can be a rapid recipe for excess weight gai. more »»

Spring and summer fashion trends of 2013

April 7, 2013 It’s that time of year – sayonara snow and blistery winds, hello spring! With warm weather and sun-filled days quickly approaching, our thoughts are inevitably turned to days at the pool, barbecues,... more »»

Eyes on the sky

April 7, 2013 By JUDY SHULER Special to the OBSERVER The seasonal migration of birds through long distances and improbable odds has captured the imagination and inspired people through centuries. more »»

5 Generations

March 31, 2013 Submitted Photo Pictured: Five generations, (L to R): Patricia Kaczar of Stockton, great-grandmother; Sarah LeVeque, great-great-grandmother; Korrie Morris, daughter of Judy Fabrizio, holding son... more »»

Chautauqua Striders sends tutors to ‘Beyond School Hours’ conference

March 31, 2013 Chautauqua Striders collaborates with the Jamestown Public Schools after school programs either in partnership with the YMCA or YWCA or as an independent provider. more »»

World Travel Series film looks behind the veil of Burma

March 31, 2013 By MARISA CARUSO Special to the Observer Audience members will have a chance to delve beneath the surface of a country rich with Buddhist spirituality and unique festivals when Rockefeller Arts... more »»

‘He is Risen’

March 31, 2013 It may only be when delicate green appears on the trees or the first hints of color emerge from early spring flowers that we fully realize how barren it has been throughout the long winter. more »»

Fountain for ‘pride’

March 31, 2013 By DUSTEN RADER Special to the OBSERVER WESTFIELD — Almost 200 years after pioneer James McClurg built a mansion in Westfield, community members are coming together to help restore a piece of histor... more »»

 
 

 

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