During the summer season, the Smith Memorial Library is easily overshadowed. The respectable, brick building anchors its end of Bestor Plaza, but most people are drawn to its larger neighbor, the Amphitheater.
From hosting book signings to selling everything from fair trade goods and Pennslyvania Dutch candies, the Chautauqua Bookstore is integral to life at the Institution. And Donna Domnick, Nancy Swanson, and Corolyn Snider are integral to the bookstore.
The United States is one giant pothole, said former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and Congress does not care.
Countries begin for a multitude of reasons. They might be built around ethnicities, religions, conquest or revolution. Some are so…
The youngest child, Kevin Leman was not interested in taking school seriously. “I saw myself as the screw-off of the…
Ulrike Guérot does not see Europe as a collection of states. Nor does she see them as the European Union….
Julie Langsam’s artistic work references everything from the early American Hudson River School to modernist abstraction — often in the same painting.
From the 58th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art through the Annual Student Exhibition, the Fowler-Kellogg and Strohl art centers have hosted a number of different artists from all over the country this summer.
The theater has backstage tours. The symphony has Q-and-A sessions. The School of Art has open studio night.
“Darling if God ever made a lonesome man — one whose very heart is breaking — he made me ……