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Halloween fun: let’s get cracking

October 14, 2010 The fall foliage is magnificent and everything but, in my opinion, what really makes this time of year special is the approach of Halloween. more »»

Reviewing the films

October 9, 2010 Last week, I said that probably reading is more immediate to most of our readers, than any other art form. A close second to reading would be video and film. more »»

When it rains, it pours

October 7, 2010 When it rains, it really does pour. more »»

A look at the written word

October 2, 2010 The written word is the artform which is probably closest to most of our lives. more »»

Deadly is the female

September 30, 2010 The thought of an introduction bores me. Let’s just do this. WATCH THIS Old School Movie Review “Gun Crazy” (1950) “We go together, Annie,” Bart Tare tells his gun-toting sweethear. more »»

Do the arts have a place in your life?

September 25, 2010 I’m writing this week to ask for your help. It isn’t news that presenting the arts in even the most prosperous of times is a challenge. more »»

Television overdose

September 23, 2010 For the second week in a row, I’m putting the focus on TV because that is where your priorities should lie. A TV week that is as good as this one makes a social life seem extraneous. more »»

A look back at summer events

September 18, 2010 The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is the busiest season of the year in my line of work. more »»

It’s always sunny in Chautauqua County

September 16, 2010 If the autumn leaves hitting your windshield and 50-degree temperatures have rendered you into a catatonic state, no worries – there is no longer any need to remove yourself from the couch. more »»

Production reviews of August

September 11, 2010 STRATFORD, ONT. more »»

The Last Hurrah

September 9, 2010 As summer ends each year, I go through the five stages of grie. more »»

September issues

September 2, 2010 The start of September means several things: ¯ A luxurious three-day Labor Day weekend… ¯ … followed by the crushing reality of pencils and books that signify “back to... more »»

A look at the Shaw Festival

August 28, 2010 Summer is a busy time, in my line of work. more »»

Things that don’t suck

August 26, 2010 A while ago, I was at a bar in Fredonia having a conversation with a new acquaintance and he mentioned that he read my column. I asked if he had any criticism for me. more »»

Chautauqua Theater presents ‘Bard’s famed tragedy’

August 14, 2010 CHAUTAUQUA — ‘‘Macbeth’’ is one of Shakespeare’s most haunting play. more »»

Everyone and everything

August 12, 2010 Is it possible for the disastrousness of Friday the 13th to permeate the entire week? Circumstantial evidence alone leads me to affirm that it is indeed. more »»

Shaw Festival, performances peak in August

August 7, 2010 NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONT. — Theater at the Shaw Festival is among the finest theater in the world, performing theater pieces written during the long life of its patron, George Bernard Shaw. more »»

Glimpses of India visits Dunkirk

July 31, 2010 A rope is never stronger than when every thread in its makeup is at its strongest. more »»

“The Spoon River Project” comes to Lake View Cemetery

July 24, 2010 There is an old story — possibly true — about a wireless telegram which was sent by a passenger aboard the steamship Titanic, during its only voyage, during which it sank in the North Atlantic. more »»

'The Stickyplex' no more

July 22, 2010 Say the words “Dunkirk Movieplex” and everyone has an opinion. Let’s face it: the horror stories about the old theater are as common around here as chicken wings. more »»



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