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Collection has author ‘Enjoying’ success

March 31, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer Though “What You Are Now Enjoying” is her first book, Sarah Gerkensmeyer is not new to publishing. more »»

Dunkirk women make contributions to softball

March 24, 2013 By SKEETER TOWER Special to the OBSERVER Spring has officially arrived, when most of us are looking forward to warmer temperatures, trees and flowers budding, animals coming out from winter... more »»

The Irish Spirit

March 24, 2013 One shanty house on the corner of Second and Robin streets in Dunkirk was the school and the other served as the chapel. Such were the conditions in 1851 when the Rev. more »»

Notes of inspiration

March 24, 2013 By APRIL DIODATO OBSERVER Lifestyles Editor In an age of manufactured perfection and omnipresent auto-tuning, Toni Dolce’s “Introduction” is a showcase of raw talent. more »»

Nail art offers brides room for creative personal expression

March 17, 2013 By SHIRLEY PULAWSKI OBSERVER Staff Writer Every great and memorable wedding has its success rooted in the details, and the same holds true with a bride’s outfit. more »»

Brides on a budget

March 17, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer With “DIY” all the rage, what’s a girl to do when she doesn’t want to do it herself? Some studies show that the economy is recovering, but for most people,... more »»

‘Here comes the bride’

March 17, 2013 “Here comes the bride, dressed all in white; la-la-la-la lovely-la-la-la-la sight. more »»

Divine designs

March 17, 2013 By APRIL DIODATO OBSERVER Lifestyles Editor Bokwey Burnley wants to make every woman feel beautifu. more »»

The world of yesterday: reading Stefan Zweig's autobiography

March 10, 2013 By REBEKAH CALHOUN Special to the OBSERVER Although it also received a great deal of praise, Stefan Zweig’s autobiography, entitled “The World of Yesterday,” was also taken to task by the writer’s... more »»

Viva San Giuseppe!

March 10, 2013 By DIANE R. CHODAN OBSERVER Staff Writer While St. Patrick’s Day celebrations get lots of attention in the area, not as much is known about the St. more »»

A man of many talents

March 10, 2013 Everyone knows the story of the boy who was born in a log cabin with a dirt floor in Kentucky when it was the rugged western frontier. His grandfather was a friend of Daniel Boone. more »»

Keep your pet happy and healthy this spring

March 10, 2013 Spring is just around the corner. It’s time to take preventative measures and start thinking about controlling the creepy-crawly critters that your pet can acquire. more »»

Bold bloodline

March 10, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer BROCTON — Marjory Diehl plans on living until she is 110 years old. She wants to beat her mother’s record of 105. more »»

Stefan Zweig and the peccadillo

March 3, 2013 By REBEKAH CALHOUN Special to the OBSERVER Our favorite stories often involve heralding adventure stories about thrilling adventures, where a main character is forced into a fight for survival. more »»

Echoes from the past

March 3, 2013 Tomorrow is March 4, 2013. Like many dates however, it is not just a regular day from a historical perspective. more »»

Eat greener during National Nutrition Month

March 3, 2013 If you want to attain and maintain a healthy weight, as well as reduce your risk for developing chronic disease, it’s time to realize how important it is to eat your vegetables. more »»

The sound of music

March 3, 2013 By REBECCA SCHWAB OBSERVER Staff Writer Singing nuns will always bring the house down. more »»

Five generations

February 24, 2013 Submitted Photo Dorothy Kinner, seated, a resident of St. Columban’s Retirement Home, poses with her family members. more »»

Banishing the winter ‘blahs’

February 24, 2013 Special to the OBSERVER While snowy February and muddy March can be extremely “long” months, Chautauqua Striders is finding ways to encourage healthy lifestyles and have fun at the same time. more »»

Words of wisdom live on

February 24, 2013 “I cannot tell a lie,” is the famous quote attributed to George Washington in the story of how as a young boy he had barked a cherry tree sapling with his new hatchet and when asked by his father,... more »»



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