Gary Snyder received a phone call at 2 a.m. last Saturday morning. No phone call at this time would herald
The word “weed” tends to have a bad connotation — for gardeners, that is. But according to master gardener Nancy Jager, weeds that sprout in people’s gardens are actually just wild plants. She will lead a gardening workshop called “Wild on Weeds” at 4:15 p.m. today in the Roger Tory Peterson Nature Classroom, where she will provide interesting tidbits on wild plants.
Poetry is often approached with a sense of trepidation, sometimes with outright fear. Former U.S. poet laureate Robert Pinsky thinks
The term “interfaith leader” may not be part of the vernacular yet, but founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core,
Be our guest no more: Rossen Milanov will take the Amphitheater stage at 8:15 p.m. tonight for the first time as Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra’s new conductor and music director. With him, he brings regular soloist, pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk.
While public interest in space travel has dwindled in the decades since Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon, former astronaut Mae Jemison believes humanity’s elemental desire for understanding will take us back to the stars.
Many people claim to have never read another book after finishing high school or college. For Ann Kowal Smith, executive
BRIA GRANVILLE | Staff Photographer Kit Trapasso has been the director of the Children’s School since 1984. He said his
Marc Saperstein is speaking in the middle of the week, but he wants his audience to think about the end
BENJAMIN HOSTE | File Photo Jared Jacobsen with the Massey Memorial Organ in 2013. Jacobsen is now in his 19th