As the season draws to a close, it is time for the Contemporary Issues Forum’s annual election update, sponsored by
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra principal clarinetist Eli Eban will speak as part of the final Meet the Musicians Brown Bag sponsored by the Symphony Partners at 12:15 p.m. today in Smith Wilkes Hall.
Shakespeare writes in The Merchant of Venice that “all that glisters is not gold; often have you heard that told.”
Every day, Chautauquans walk the walk of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford — literally, in their footsteps, as the two
The idea of “peace in the Middle East” is one that might seem far off today, but it wasn’t the
The environmental stress that Chautauqua Lake faces from human factors is illustrated by the stress placed on the lake’s largest
Although it may sound like a cow with a cough, the acronym “MOOC” stands for something even more substantive that
When someone sees a perspective similar to theirs reflected in the works they read, it can resonate in a huge
On June 19, 1953, a couple was executed at the Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York. The two were charged with conspiring against the United States and passing atomic secrets to the Soviets.
The youngest child, Kevin Leman was not interested in taking school seriously. “I saw myself as the screw-off of the