The five-ringed symbol of the Olympic Games is intended to represent the colors of all nations in the quadrennial sporting event. On a much smaller and chaotic scale at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club annual Water Olympics last Thursday, only two colors are needed: red and blue.
After the Batgirls lost to the Moms in the women’s softball championship in 2014, Rae Zarou, shortstop for the Batgirls, made a definitive statement that resembled the likes of sporting greats Joe Namath and Muhammad Ali.
In a week dedicated to defining Europe, financial specialist David Marsh believes the way of interpreting Europe in a globalized political economy is less clear than ever before.
On June 24, 1964 in Chautauqua, Bill Ingram had made a bet with his two other brothers: Whomever was the first to pick up a girl at the College Club mixer could have free rein of their mother’s car for the night.
As sunlight streaked across Chautauqua early Saturday morning, the scene was quite different from Chautauquans packing their cars to leave after a week at the Institution, or lazy coffee-accompanied walks around the grounds.
“Selections Inspired by the Works of David Hasselhoff” was not a lecture in Week Five’s theme, “Art & Politics,” but it did help draw several hundred people into the Amphitheater on Thursday.
World-class pianist, conductor and improviser Donal Fox is known for his fusion of classical and jazz music — though he leans to the spontaneity side of jazz. The Donal Fox Inventions Trio won’t know what they’ll be playing for audiences at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amphitheater until well after they’ve arrived.
Technology has moved underground at Chautauqua Institution.
By many accounts, Chautauqua is hard to explain. From the windows of the John R. Turney Sailing Center, it becomes…
Though muffles of profanities and reviews of out-of-play shots rang throughout competitive atmosphere at the Chautauqua Tennis Center on Saturday, echoes of support and friendly play dominated the annual team tennis event.