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Arts Corner: Exhibits at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts

St. Bonaventure University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts is home to world renowned traveling exhibitions and those owned by the university. Galleries at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts are open to the public at no charge Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and Saturday & Sunday, noon–4 p.m. Holiday hours may vary. House & Home Drawn from ... Read More »

Audubon Celebrating Owls Day & Night November 9

Despite being easily recognized with their large heads and eyes, owls are rarely seen. The Jamestown Audubon Center and Sanctuary will celebrate these fascinating creatures both day and night on Saturday, Nov. 9, with live owls featured in special programs in the afternoon and an “Owl Prowl” in the evening. At Owl Day from 1-5 p.m., visitors can learn about these silent ... Read More »

Connections: Why Art?

Connections: Why Art? By Jeff Martin Now that Iíve had the opportunity to visit three extraordinary artists, I have even more to say beyond the who, what, when and where. When practicing modern journalism, the question ìWhy?î is often used. It wasnít always so. In the recent past, it was enough to just report the facts and be done with ... Read More »

A Tribute to the Music of Levon Helm and The Band

Nov. 9 at Springville Center for the Arts A Tribute to the Music of Levon Helm and The Band Through a selection of songs from his 55-year career, a group of musicians come together to recognize the legacy of Levon Helm and The Band at Springville Center for the Arts on November 9, 2013 at 8 p.m. Performers include Nick Kowalski, Dana Oakes, Aaron Peters, Tim ... Read More »

10th Annual Beer and Wine Festival Sold Out

Nov. 8 Brewers Dinner Tickets Still Available Holiday Valley’s beer and wine festival, one of the season’s most popular events, is already sold out, but tickets are still available for the Friday, Nov. 8 Brewers Meet and Greet Dinner Extravaganza at 6 p.m. at the Tannenbaum Lodge. The evening is an opportunity to meet and talk with brewers and vintners, ... Read More »

Enjoy ASP in Late Fall and Winter

Enjoy ASP in Late Fall and Winter By Alicia Dziak While it may be time to put away the tents and RVs for the season, park lovers need not fret. Die-hard Allegany State Park fans can rejoice in the fact that many ASP cabins are open year-round, and even if you just have a day to spend, there’s still plenty ... Read More »

Southern Tier West Plans Regional Farmers Market Summit Nov. 4

Salamanca, NY – The Southern Tier West (STW) Regional Development and Planning Board announces the agenda for “Growing Our Regional Farmers Markets by {net}Working,” the first regional summit designed to bring representatives of the region’s farmers markets together for a day of networking, assessment and shared planning for the future. Breakout work sessions will be facilitated by Diane Eggert, executive ... Read More »

Save Time by Syncing Your Smart Stuff!

OLEAN – The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership committee began hosting seminars every six weeks in 2011. Each seminar featured a topic of concern to our membership and were held at the chamber office at no cost for chamber members. The schedule of seminars has been set for the 2013/2014 season. Smart Phone, iPhone,  iPad, Laptop?  The next ... Read More »

Dr. Frederick K. VanDeusen, Jr., 75 Bradford, PA

Dr. Frederick K. VanDeusen, Jr., 75, of 829 West Washington St., passed away Thursday (Oct. 3, 2013) at The Pavilion at Bradford Regional Medical Center. Born Oct. 14, 1937, in Fort Edward, N.Y., he was a son of the late Frederick K. and Frances Smith VanDeusen Sr. Dr. VanDeusen was a 1955 graduate of Schuylerville High School; he was also ... Read More »

Dream It. Do It.

Highlights Advanced Manufacturing Growing Sector Offers Job Opportunities By Victoria Detmering Western New York has not always been recognized as the haven for flourishing and creative jobs; at least that is not the image you get when traveling through the beautiful Enchanted Mountain filled with scattered farms and livestock, with the quaint little off-road villages and the occasional industrial cities ... Read More »

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