In 2003, the then-president of the American Library Association was named one of Ms. Magazine’s 10 “Women of the Year,”
Chautauqua Institution‘s performing and visual arts programming will enter a transition phase this fall. After 25 years of leadership, vice president and director of programming Marty Merkley will retire at the end of September
One sign of arrival at Chautauqua is the gate pass, worn in a lanyard around the neck, and the happy
Some might be taken aback by prose writer-in-residence Joe Kita’s Brown Bag lecture. “It’s a little out there,” Kita said.
When she speaks at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy, Carol Naughton will discuss Purpose Built Communities broad
Keeping a healthy community may be something Chautauquans don’t have a problem with while on the grounds, but keeping one
When one woman runs for the presidency in the United States, the commentary is about style over substance. When two
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.”