Each June, about 300 students from around the world converge on Chautauqua Institution’s Schools of Fine and Performing Arts. They
When it comes to conflict management and negotiation, there’s no single style, no one-size-fits-all model, no “best.” Versatility is the
Long-distance backpacker and Blue Ridge Hiking Company entrepreneur Jennifer Pharr Davis has encountered more extraordinary, wild vistas during the past
Those who missed Week Three’s lectures and discussions on “Immigration: Origins and Destinations” and are keen to further explore this
Half of all wives in the United States are widows by age 60, and seven of 10 baby boomer wives
Title IX of the 1972 Civil Rights Act did not exist when Tara VanDerveer was in Girls’ Club in 1967, setting a Boys’ and Girls’ Club record for the softball throw event for Groups 8 through SAC.
Some people take life’s curveballs and crises in stride; they handle adversity remarkably well. Others take longer — or seem
Ever since he was a kid growing up in Chautauqua County, Billy Schmidt has been behind the movie screen, up in the balcony, inside the film booth and back in the little-known, popcorn-popping room at Chautauqua Cinema.
BRIA GRANVILLE | Staff Photographer Kit Trapasso has been the director of the Children’s School since 1984. He said his
Anne Peace is serious about joy. A self-described “joyologist” and a life coach, Peace will share her professional and personal