By Guest Critic Donald Rosenberg I hope this doesn’t put us into overtime,” said Marty Merkley, Chautauqua Institution’s vice president and
A national crisis is at hand, but Mary Lou Leary and William J. Hochul Jr. said there is no time or money to put off solving it another day. Even sitting inside a quiet community like Chautauqua, the urgency of opiates and opioid addictions and overdoses cannot be escaped.
Story by Laura Scherb | Staff Writer In 2009, Detroit was at the center of hard times: poverty, bankruptcy, increased
As one of the most fished lakes in New York — and a recreational hub for Chautauquans — Chautauqua Lake has seen its fair share of use. But when blue and green sludge-like goop coated the lake’s surface at the tail-end of each season for the past few years, officials prohibited Chautauquans from swimming and setting sail.
As my time as general and artistic director of Chautauqua Opera draws to an end, I look back at this
Story by | Laura Scherb The path to creating more habitable communities through healthcare has already been forged in Cleveland,
Column by John Warren In my first year working at a newspaper, I earned $12,000 and 2,000 hours of second-hand
On Thursday evening, Cuban-born pianist Horacio Gutiérrez, along with conductor Rossen Milanov leading the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra, demonstrated the power of the pianissimo in a sparkling and propulsive rendering of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58.
Early last Thursday morning, as a solemn worship service occupied the Amphitheater and the Hall of Philosophy reveled in peaceful conversations, the Hall of Christ was filled with the bold sound of Thursday Morning Brass rehearsal.
The environmental stress that Chautauqua Lake faces from human factors is illustrated by the stress placed on the lake’s largest