Nothing is quite as indicative of small-town culture as grassroots Americana music from a local radio station. And at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Amphitheater, Jamestown’s Rolling Hills Radio will be back to bring that experience to America’s best small town — Chautauqua.
With the first edition of the daily newspaper in the summer of 1906, the Chautauqua Press announced a change in name. For the first time, the paper would bear the name readers recognize today: The Chautauquan Daily.
Story by Laura Scherb | Staff Writer Filmmaker Abigail Disney didn’t always think art was the strongest form of activism.
A current Amphitheater bench and a prototype for the proposed replacement bench design are now on display and available for sit tests on the Hultquist Center porch.
Chautauqua’s 2015 season passed its midpoint this week. The major arts programs are all in full swing, and there are still significant orchestra, theater, opera, music, arts and dance events to look forward to. The education and religion departments fill the days with erudition. Hundreds of smaller events enrich the cultural smorgasbord to which Chautauquans have become accustomed.
For the past several years, Jared Jacobsen has used one Sacred Song Service to provide a memorial for Chautauquan families
The winners of the Air Band competition will perform during Old First Night services at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, also in
By many accounts, Chautauqua is hard to explain. From the windows of the John R. Turney Sailing Center, it becomes
The first time Cathy Bonner met Barbara Ellison Vackar during the early days of the Women’s Political Caucus, they were
Chautauqua Institution is building strong roots. Literally.