Tom Wolfe and a writer’s work

Column by James Tobin It’s been nearly 20 years since my wife and I were opening our menus at our favorite restaurant in Ann Arbor and I glanced up to see Tom Wolfe being seated
The 2018 Chautauquan Daily Staff. DAVE MUNCH/PHOTO EDITOR

2018 Staff

Editors Sara Toth - Editor This is Sara Toth’s first summer as editor of The Chautauquan Daily. Previously, she served for four years as the Daily’s assistant and then managing editor. A native of Pittsburgh(ish),
2017 Chautauquan Daily Staff

2017 Staff

Editors                                            Jordan Steves - Editor Jordan Steves enters his fourth summer as editor of The
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Notes on the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Program

By David Levy Dance of the Comedians from “The Bartered Bride” Bedřich Smetana The Czech composer, conductor and critic Bedřich Smetana was born in Litomyšl on March 2, 1824, and died in Prague on May

Notes on the 2016 Chautauqua Symphony Season

By David Levy Carnival Overture, Op. 92 Antonin Dvořák The Czech master Antonin Dvořák was born in Nelahozeves, near Kralupy, on Sept. 8, 1841, and died in Prague on May 1, 1904. His “Carnival Overture”

Civics and Citizens

Guest Column by Sandra Day O’Connor Associate Justice, Ret. Supreme Court of the United States A survey conducted by the National Constitution Center recently revealed that fewer American teenagers could identify the three branches of government
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