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Randolph Woman Likes To Experiment In The Kitchen

September 3, 2016 “Cooking has always been a big part of my life and a big part of my family’s life,” says Sara Zink of Randolph. “My mom has always liked making a big Sunday dinner. more »»

Editor's Note

September 3, 2016 I have never known a year that didn’t revolve around a school year. I work like most people not in the education field – all year long. more »»

Going To Rest Area National Park

September 3, 2016 My mother was getting ready to leave the other day to go home but she came up with an idea before walking out the door. “I’ll stay one more night if you’ll take me to the rest area across the lake. more »»

Understanding What You Are Photographing, And How

September 2, 2016 Editor’s Note: “Let’s Talk Photography” will run exclusively in Tuesday’s edition of The Post-Journal beginning this Fall. Until then, this column will run weekly as space allows. more »»

The Secret Plane In Jamestown

September 2, 2016 Last week we explored the building located at the Jamestown airport that was built during World War II for the assembling of wooden airplane. more »»

Seven Staggering Statistics About America’s Opioid Epidemic

September 2, 2016 America’s prescription opioid epidemic is a topic of national news. We read about this nearly every day in our local newspaper. more »»

Seasons Change And So Do I

September 1, 2016 September is probably my favorite month of the year, at least this time aroun. more »»

Jamestown Musician To Release Third Full-Length Album

September 1, 2016 Mike Brunacini is setting the stage for the release of what he is calling his finest work yet. more »»

‘BRRH’ Season Premiere To Feature Smilo And The Ghost, Dan Vogan

September 1, 2016 Trinity Guitars will kick off the third season of its monthly radio program, “Back Room Radio Hour,” with both a modern and vintage take on music composition. more »»

Summer: A Warm Memory

August 31, 2016 I can’t believe that soon it will be September, school will be starting in a few days and the leaves will soon be changing. more »»

‘The Media’? There Is No ‘The’ In ‘Media’

August 31, 2016 Those of us who write commentaries are just as prone to random acts of stupidity as are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. An example? Arthur Schaper’s headline. more »»

On Burying The Dog

August 28, 2016 For a long time, I’ve had three dogs — a big red mutt named Rosie, a fancy little toy poodle named Pip and a handsome Shih Tzu named Toby. Toby came to me from a rescue group in Florid. more »»

Choosing The Right Software

August 28, 2016 Welcome to another edition of Let’s Talk Photography! Today, I’d like to take a moment to cover software that I either know about or personally use. Let me begin with a disclaimer ... more »»

How Am I Doing So Far?

August 28, 2016 In all walks of life, we have those moments when we have to make decisions — while plotting our courses, taking care of business, sometimes taking chances, assuming risks, making investments, and... more »»

Those Aren’t My Tomatoes

August 28, 2016 Well, they looked just like tomato plants — and I knew I put some tomato seeds in my garden. The plants surprised me by being so happy to grow here, leaping up by the proverbial leaps and bounds. more »»

Harvest Your Peppers

August 28, 2016 If you did not plant peppers this year I am sorry, but it is too late. Peppers require a very specific climate and grow best when it is warm. more »»

Neighborhood Dogs

August 27, 2016 Thinking about the old Allen Park pony ring in my last column reminded me of my old neighborhood and of the dogs who were a part of that neighborhood. more »»

Editor's Note

August 27, 2016 I may offend some people with what I’m about to say ... luckily, I know I probably won’t be receiving any nasty emails from them. I’ve noticed many people still do not use email. more »»

The Grandest Time

August 27, 2016 I found a book the other day at the Lakewood Library on the grand old hotels that dotted the lake in the early to late 19th century. more »»

Joyce Wiltsie Crowned The 2016-17 Dairy Princess

August 27, 2016 Sixteen-year-old Joyce Wiltsie is the reigning 2016-17 Chautauqua County Dairy Princes. more »»



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