When he delivers the last sermon of the 2015 season, the Rev. Robert Franklin wants the Chautauqua congregation to join…
When she speaks at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy, Carol Naughton will discuss Purpose Built Communities broad…
The Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends announced the winners of their annual writing contests Sunday on the front porch of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
With the ringing of the bells, another year of reading has begun for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
By many accounts, Susan Hirt Hagen — “Susie” to those who knew and loved her — was a singular woman. Hagen passed away June 13 at the age of 79; a memorial service on the grounds is set for 1 p.m. Saturday in the Hall of Philosophy.
There’s an artistry to politics, Beau Willimon said. Conversely, there’s also a certain amount of politics in art.
Roxana Pop is a Chautauquan.
She wasn’t always — raised in Romania, Pop attended the University of Missouri while she was a Fulbright scholar pursuing a master’s degree in photojournalism. In 2013, that program led her to a photography internship at The Chautauquan Daily. And from the minute she set foot on the grounds, she felt herself changed.
In the years immediately following the Columbine High School Massacre in 1999, there was an onslaught of literature addressing the…
All summer long, Chautauquans have filled the Amphitheater to watch the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. Now, a different kind of orchestra will be taking the stage, as The Orchestra, featuring members of Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II perform at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amp.
The Taylors are “a great family in American music,” Tom Chapin said. The Chapins are too, for that matter.