Arnie Bellowe extended a welcoming hand to a visitor at his spacious lakeside home south of the grounds on Chautauqua
After the moderator had concluded Friday’s raucus two-hour Amphitheater dialogue, an oddly reassuring Chautauqua scene developed.
Column by John Ford John Dilley welcomed a visitor to the surprisingly capacious wrap-around porch on the house near the
The Amphitheater Ball is back in full swing. The popular Institution tradition returns at 8:15 p.m. tonight in the Amp
Prior to the season, the Institution announced plans to further engage the Chautauqua community on the Amphitheater project. It’s working. The community is engaged.
Column by John Ford The early season pattern of alternating heavy rain and pleasant days tilted to monsoon mode as renowned
Community interest in Chautauqua’s ambitious plans for its Amphitheater centerpiece continues to run high. There was another full house at Friday’s Institution-sponsored session in the Hall of Christ.
A year ago, Travis Bensink came back home to Chautauqua County. When he did, he was a man with a plan.
It’s early. The 2015 season at Chautauqua Institution began only a week ago. Gate passes and parking, late spring repairs for homeowners and confirmed room reservations for visitors — all the starting-up details are taken care of. For most, it all started seven days ago. But many seasonal employees had been here for weeks or months when this season officially began. Six of them spoke to The Chautauquan Daily about their work and their dreams.
SAALIK KHAN | Staff Photographer Customer Experience Manager Karen Williams, newly hired last year, has concentrated her energy on hiring