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Ladies’ night

June 3, 2010 I generally write the first paragraph of my column last after surveying it and searching for an encompassing theme. more »»

Appreciating Lucille Ball

May 21, 2010 Today’s column is dedicated especially to two groups of people: Those who love our community’s most famous native, Lucille Ball, and those who came late to this world, and who have never really had... more »»

Clear your schedule for finale week

May 20, 2010 There is no better feeling than taking a stroll through the college campus and not seeing a single soul. more »»

Good music, TV and boozy Gummi Bears — what else do you need?

May 13, 2010 The president of the United States is coming to Buffalo today and a few of us from the OBSERVER are lucky enough to go. more »»

Some food for your thought in TV land

May 8, 2010 I rarely watch television these days, because I find that the majority of the things they broadcast are dangerous. As food for the mind, they tend to please rather than to nourish. more »»

Mommie Dearest

May 6, 2010 In last week’s column, I previewed Fred Fest. Although I have lived in Fredonia for the vast majority of my life, I had never actually been an active participant in the phenomenon that is Fred Fes. more »»

Prepare thyself for Fred Fest revelry!

April 29, 2010 Let me tell you what you need to know about this weekend: a) It’s Fred Fest. b) It’s going to be 76 degrees and sunny on Friday (the forecast as of press time). more »»

Let’s snuggle the Earth today

April 21, 2010 Today, April 22, 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. Try as many might to deny that the Earth is in some serious trouble, it’s ridiculous to dismiss climate change completely. more »»

30 years later

April 17, 2010 We’re a few weeks late, but it’s time again for the Critical Eye to celebrate our anniversary. more »»

Movies, music and art – oh my!

April 15, 2010 Last week I wrote about how everything in Chautauqua County seems to be scheduled for the same few weekends. more »»

Chautauqua County Health Network to present performances

April 10, 2010 SINCLAIRVILLE — Mark your calendar for Friday, at either 2 p.m. or 7 p.m. more »»

More happenings than you can shake a martini at

April 8, 2010 Here’s the thing about Chautauqua County that I’ve discovered in my nearly five years at the OBSERVER. more »»

Be a part of a fun community

April 3, 2010 Our community and our world are full of good things which you can do. more »»

Local art gallery brings big city culture

March 20, 2010 BUFFALO — Among the many blessings available to residents of our community is the ease and relative lack of expense of enjoying a day of high culture. more »»

Spring fever!

March 18, 2010 This perfect definition of spring fever comes from our OBSERVER office dictionary that was created at or sometime shortly after the beginning of time (1965, to be exact): the feeling of laziness and... more »»

Ghindin to perform concert in Jamestown

March 13, 2010 Rarely in life does one attend a concert which leaves the listener feeling thrilled to the very core. more »»

March madness

March 11, 2010 Don’t be alarmed by the title – this column has nothing to do with college basketball (yawn!). March is a very eventful month. S. more »»

Women in Power inspires debate

March 6, 2010 Throughout history, few subjects have inspired more spirited discussion than the subject of women in power. more »»

Adams Art Gallery comes alive this weekend

March 4, 2010 Dare I say it? As I took a stroll to the Crosby Mart next door - unofficial provider of the energy drinks and pizza that fuel OBSERVER staff - it felt like spring. more »»

Art Galleries can sometimes be unwelcoming

February 27, 2010 BUFFALO — For many people, an art gallery seems to be a hostile, unwelcoming place. more »»



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