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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 »»

Too hot to handle

February 25, 2010 I just got back to OBSERVER headquarters after walking two blocks down Central Avenue to join the rest of Dunkirk in watching a substantial chunk of the city go up in flames. more »»

Definitions of seduction can be many

February 19, 2010 There is something irresistible about being seduced. more »»

Let the homestretch begin

February 18, 2010 I don’t know where February went but this miserable month is rapidly coming to a conclusion – and with that comes spring (in March anyway). more »»

Red letter day for young artists

February 13, 2010 Feb. 28 will be a red letter day for many young artists in Chautauqua County. more »»

Quit your Valentines Day moping

February 11, 2010 Valentines Day will either fill us with girlish excitement or an overwhelming sense of drea. more »»

February means bring on the Big Read

January 30, 2010 Very soon it will be February, and that means it is time for the Big Read. The program has been going on for several years, and has had great success locall. more »»

Combating cabin fever

January 28, 2010 “Cabin Fever” is not just one of the worst movies ever made. more »»

If the snow isn’t for you, read

January 23, 2010 God bless the skiers and the ice skaters. more »»

Bold moves

January 21, 2010 Has this been a week of bold moves? Conan boldly telling NBC to get lost when they tried to take his time slot and replace it with a geezer unable to hack it at 10 p.m. more »»

Job Corps displays art collection

January 16, 2010 CASSADAGA — Last August was the 31st anniversary of one of Chautauqua County’s most impressive facilities of learning. more »»

The lazy days of winter

January 14, 2010 I don't know about you, readers, but when the snow starts to turn that brownish-grayish hue and exposing a small amount of flesh to the elements could likely result in frostbite, I don't want to do... more »»

Transmissions: Volume One

January 9, 2010 Our community has never lacked for creative thinkers. more »»

Baby, it’s cold outside

January 7, 2010 It’s an in-between time, just after the holidays, where everyone is getting back into the swing of things, the weather outside is frightful and driving anywhere means shoveling and scraping and... more »»

21st Century takes on 19th Century’s Sherlock Holmes

January 2, 2010 Happy birthday on Wednesday to one of the most creative, talented and interesting people who never lived. more »»

New beginnings

December 31, 2009 It’s been one heck of a year. I took a peek at my column from Jan. 1, 2009, wherein I resolved to wake up before 10 a.m. and actually make it to my 8 a.m. more »»

A very recession Christmas

December 24, 2009 The holiday season is usually characterized by excessive spending but this year, many of us have had to cut back. Here are some suggestions for recession-proofing your holiday festivities. more »»

Last-minute shopping

December 17, 2009 I attempted to both begin and complete my Christmas shopping a week and a half ago, on a Sunday afternoon at the Galleria Mall. more »»

Performing arts brings out the holiday spirit

December 12, 2009 BUFFALO — The holiday season is one of the favored times, when people like to enjoy the performing arts. more »»



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