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Critical Eye reaches readers for 31 years

March 26, 2011 Once again, we have arrived at the last column of March. That means its the Critical Eye’s birthday. We’ve been turning out one per week since 1980. more »»

Rare talents grace Reg Lenna Civic Center

March 19, 2011 Mark your calendar right now. On March 31, greatness will be coming to Jamestown, to a degree rarely experienced in such a small community. First, at 8 p.m. more »»

Russians do ballet best

March 12, 2011 BRADFORD — The people of different nations often become especially known for one particular artform, which seems to express the needs and the beliefs of their people better than any other genr. more »»

By April Diodato

March 10, 2011 Chasing spring The ides of March are quickly approaching and that means several things: 1. If we have learned nothing else from Julius Caesar, it is that we should fear both March 15 and senators; . more »»

A craving for opera

February 25, 2011 TORONTO — Last week, I had the glorious opportunity to spend three happy days in Toronto, where my poor, opera-starved soul got to spend all three evenings in the Four Seasons Centre for the... more »»

The final countdown

February 17, 2011 Maybe I’m getting desperate after spending several months in our virtual Antarctica, but brown and grey are a welcome change from endless whit. more »»

A couple good books

February 12, 2011 Only two weeks ago, we devoted a full column to ‘‘Winks,’’ announcing events and opportunities in the arts within a reasonable drive from Chautauqua County. more »»

Cupid’s day is upon us

February 10, 2011 Hello, lovers. more »»

A ‘Love Letters’ performance

February 5, 2011 MAYVILLE — There is an old and respected saying which goes ‘‘Physician, heal thyself. more »»

Get off the couch

January 29, 2011 We often comment that we are overwhelmed by the amount of information which we receive about nearby performances, especially because most of it arrives too late to be included in our publication. more »»

Making the movies

January 22, 2011 Those readers who have gained some experience in life, may remember when commercial movies were made by people. more »»

Free hugs and winter survival

January 20, 2011 This icy fortress of despair that we are currently occupying is enough to drive me insan. more »»

Local author releases new book on Busti history

January 15, 2011 We’re now well into January, and within the next week there will be a major event in the literary life of our community, and the first of seven cultural events for lovers of good films. more »»

Seasonally affected

January 13, 2011 Around this time every year, many of us Western New Yorkers begin to hit the wall when we realize that there is no end to this winter abyss in sight. more »»

Slow it down for a good read

January 8, 2011 January, for many people in our area, is the quiet time. Often, the weather makes it difficult to impossible, to be out and around. more »»

Pondering the year past

January 6, 2011 Now that I’ve had a few days to become acclimated to 2011 and ponder the year past, let us reflect on some highlights – and lowlights – of 2010: ¯ Most Encouraging Development in Local Entertainment... more »»

Good riddance, 2010

December 30, 2010 I doubt I’m the only one who won’t be sorry to see 2010 go. more »»

Fill my stocking with a duplex and checks

December 23, 2010 Celebrating Christmas should be all about merriment — not about early birds and catching worm. more »»

Reviewing the film ‘Love and Other Drugs’

December 18, 2010 If there is one column from the entire year, which I would prefer not to fall through, it would be the week before Christmas. more »»

Shopping, stress and Christmas specials

December 16, 2010 The heat is on, last-minute Christmas shoppers. more »»

 
 

 

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