The Kanfers are a brave, innovative bunch. Not only is the family’s home in Chautauqua — located at 88 North
Mention the Children’s Temple, and most Chautauquans will look puzzled — and justifiably so. It might have vanished entirely from awareness, but for that mausoleum of old buildings and the plaque.
Every week’s lecture series has a theme at Chautauqua Institution, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, the concept
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.
‘Are we through now?’ A reflection on E.L. Doctorow by CLSC reporter Ryan Pait
In his book The Story of Chautauqua, Jesse Hurlbut wrote, “The notable event in the Assembly of 1905 was the
The Golden Dragon Acrobats returned to Chautauqua Institution Tuesday as part of the Family Entertainment Series. Taking the Amphitheater stage, they dazzled the audience, children and adults alike, with their feats of flexibility and strength.
Photographs by Ruby Wallau Wednesday night in the Amphitheater, Chautauquans convened for the Amphitheater Ball with a performance by the
She is a fifth-generation Chautauquan, a boxer, baker and an author. And she’s 12. Today, Ylan Lockwood will read from
Denial may be perpetuating the social injustices seen in contemporary America. “Sometimes, denial is good,” said Christine Herbes-Sommers, executive producer