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Special time of the year: Nutcracker returns

December 3, 2011 In just a week, local folks can see the stage of the Reg Lenna Civic Center come alive with graceful snowflakes, waltzing flowers and a sugar plum which will literally dance in your memory for days... more »»

‘Sarah’s Key’ catches the Critical Eye

November 26, 2011 It has been quite a while since we have examined the current state of the cinema in this column. more »»

It’s not goodbye

November 24, 2011 Every ending is a new beginning. I have been writing the In-town Rundown for more than five years. This will be my final Thursday column. more »»

Review: ‘Carry Each His Burden’

November 19, 2011 In the modern world, events from continents away can be just as influential on our lives as those which take place right in our own communit. more »»

Admiring the art

November 12, 2011 Lovers of painting — especially of natural art — will want to be certain to make your way to the Roger Tory Peterson Institute before Jan. 8. more »»

Metropolitan Operas now broadcast at local Opera House

October 22, 2011 The weather railed outside the 1891 Fredonia Opera House on Saturday, and strong winds tried to rip the limbs from the trees, but inside, a good-sized audience was listening intently to a grand... more »»

Star power

October 15, 2011 This has been an extraordinary year. In the late spring, I had a number of deaths in my family and a number of family emergencies, which caused me to be out of town for an extended period of time. more »»

Graveyards, ghouls and foliage

October 5, 2011 Something about October and scaring the bejesus out of yourself go together as well as ghosts and graveyards. more »»

A grape time of year

September 29, 2011 Is there anything better than the smell of Concord grapes everywhere you go? It makes these final months before the seasonal affective disorder sets in all the more sweeter. more »»

Germany’s harmonic brass finest

September 24, 2011 Attention lovers of the grand, the bright and the majesti. more »»

Prime time

September 22, 2011 Tomorrow is the first true day of autumn and it’s hard to believe we are nine months into this year already. When did they reschedule the apocalypse for again? That should be coming up fas. more »»

Folk in Fredonia

September 17, 2011 Tomorrow at 3 p.m., there is a great treat in store for lovers of folk music, at Fredonia’s 1891 Opera Hous. more »»

There’s no season like fall TV season

September 15, 2011 The kaleidoscope of colors on display as the leaves change and the return of some delectable seasonal foods and drinks are among the many reasons why I enjoy the autumn. more »»

An autumn state of mind

September 8, 2011 The ricochet-like effect of our weather never ceases to amaze me – it can go from a sizzling summer day to full-on autumn in the blink of an eye. more »»

Looking back at a great summer of arts

August 27, 2011 Certain events in everyone’s life bring on a feeling of sadness and regret: taking down the Christmas tree, perhaps, or putting on the snow tires. more »»

Killer apes, wine and country

August 11, 2011 It may be cooling down as we approach mid-August, but summer sure isn’t slowing down. more »»

Treasures of Chautauqua

August 6, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — For the culturally inclined, Chautauqua Institution can be something of an Aladdin’s Cave, full of so many wonders, it’s hard to take them all in. more »»

Cowboys, aliens and Lucy

August 4, 2011 After the Chautauqua County Fair has concluded, we enter what I consider to be the second half of summer. more »»

Good people doing good things

July 30, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA – It’s always good news when good people do good things. It’s even better when good people do good things to celebrate good people who have done good things. On Au. more »»

The Chautauqua Theater Company

July 23, 2011 CHAUTAUQUA — Most elements of the arts involve individual people in one of three areas: someone creates the works of art, someone interprets them, so that the interested audience can understand and... more »»

 
 

 

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