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Looking back at a great summer of arts

August 27, 2011 Certain events in everyone’s life bring on a feeling of sadness and regret: taking down the Christmas tree, perhaps, or putting on the snow tires. more »»

Killer apes, wine and country

August 11, 2011 It may be cooling down as we approach mid-August, but summer sure isn’t slowing down. more »»

Treasures of Chautauqua

August 6, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — For the culturally inclined, Chautauqua Institution can be something of an Aladdin’s Cave, full of so many wonders, it’s hard to take them all in. more »»

Cowboys, aliens and Lucy

August 4, 2011 After the Chautauqua County Fair has concluded, we enter what I consider to be the second half of summer. more »»

Good people doing good things

July 30, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA – It’s always good news when good people do good things. It’s even better when good people do good things to celebrate good people who have done good things. On Au. more »»

The Chautauqua Theater Company

July 23, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — Most elements of the arts involve individual people in one of three areas: someone creates the works of art, someone interprets them, so that the interested audience can understand and... more »»

Visiting New York City

July 9, 2011 New York City remains one of the great mysteries of our nation: too expensive, too noisy, too crowded, too everything. more »»

Robots in disguise

July 7, 2011 The three-day holiday weekend has left me feeling a little brain dead and sluggish. more »»

‘Three Sisters’

July 2, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — If you plant a lily next to a rose, the fragile, pale, white flower may easily be eclipsed by its showy, red neighbor. more »»

Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater amps up

June 25, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — Chautauqua Institution presents the first Amphitheater performance of the 2011 season, tonight, and for a great many people, that’s very good news. more »»

Sweet summer

June 23, 2011 There were so many days during this past winter wherein I desperately wondered if we had become trapped inside some kind of Rankin/Bass stop motion animation sick joke, and we would remain in North... more »»

Shaw Festival celebrates 50 years

June 18, 2011 This year, the Shaw Festival is celebrating 50 years of presenting some of the very finest theater, anywhere on earth, and you can join them almost any day, until early November. more »»

Do it with style

June 9, 2011 My, do I have a plethora of information for you this week! On the agenda: an interview with a “Project Runway” contestant who was recently in town for a photo shoot, a review of the new “X-Men” movi... more »»

Fashionably late

June 2, 2011 June seems to have crept up on us, probably because the spring weather finally arrived fashionably late — about two months tardy, to be exact. more »»

Library system has new acquisitions

May 28, 2011 Wonderful news for lovers of the movies: After many months of being unable to purchase a single new title for their film and video department, the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System once again ha... more »»

A Rapture-free three-day weekend

May 26, 2011 Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner and not one moment too soon. more »»

Funny Girls

May 19, 2011 It’s no secret that I’m a girly-girl. more »»

In bloom

May 12, 2011 At long last, the most enduring, consistently horrible winter since the last Ice Age has come to an end. It only took until the second week of May. more »»

Beautiful history

May 6, 2011 For me, one of the greatest creations by a visual artist, in all of history, is the statue ‘‘la Pieta,’’ by Michaelangelo. The statue — now located inside St. more »»

Feliz Cinco de Mayo

May 5, 2011 Ay dios mio! It's Cinco de Mayo but it feels more like Cinco de Marzo (March). What better excuse is there to start the weekend on a Thursday? Let’s not waste any tim. more »»



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