It’s been nearly 17 years and two weeks to the day since Barbara Jean last took the Amphitheater stage with
When he delivers the last sermon of the 2015 season, the Rev. Robert Franklin wants the Chautauqua congregation to join
Journalist Tom Brokaw spoke with his daughter Jennifer Brokaw about patient advocacy Thursday in the Amp.
The United States is one giant pothole, said former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and Congress does not care.
Creating livable communities falls on many shoulders, including those of businesses and their leaders. Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO
Chautauqua Institution audiences have become accustomed to seeing the Charlotte Ballet dancers gliding across the Amphitheater stage. Tonight, the pointe shoes are coming off for a performance by LehrerDance.
The solutions to America’s biggest problems can be found in its smallest communities, according to James and Deborah Fallows.
The first time Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke sang Poème de l’amour et de la mer, Op. 19, tears ran down her face.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and Mexican border, smaller towns
Tonight’s concert is the the Abaca String Band’s fourth appearance at Chautauqua Institution, but it is the group’s first appearance