As Chautauquans prepare to navigate the roads and highways toward their respective homes, Ray LaHood devoted the final lecture of the 2015 season to America’s crumbling infrastructure and the measures government must take to avert — and reverse — the crisis.
Pat and Bud make the Baptist House feel like home for both their guests and anyone they cross paths with.
Journalist Tom Brokaw spoke with his daughter Jennifer Brokaw about patient advocacy Thursday in the Amp.
The soft hum of music and flickering candlelight emanate from Randell Chapel Monday evenings. In the midst of the normal Chautauqua bustle, the United Church of Christ hosts the Taizé service — a simple service of silence, Scripture, prayer and chant.
Long-time favorites return to Chautauqua.
The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Alumni Association held its annual Great American Picnic last Sunday on the lawn of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
Photographs by Ruby Wallau Wednesday night in the Amphitheater, Chautauquans convened for the Amphitheater Ball with a performance by the…
Michael O’Brien organizes an Ultimate Frisbee game at 2 p.m. every Sunday on the Boys’ and Girls’ Club campus at the south end of the grounds. Above and at right are scenes from last Sunday’s match, played on Field Four.