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Just Being Together Isn’t Necessarily Being Together

August 10, 2014 As you well know, I love going to ballgames. more »»

Instructions For August

August 9, 2014 It’s just about that time in August when summer gets carried away. more »»

Editor's Note

August 9, 2014 He howls, he snores and he doesn’t take no for an answer. The family hound has come to the big city for a vacation once again, and we’re off to an eventful start. more »»

Be Patient

August 9, 2014 There are many different ways to teach dogs, cats and other animals what we would like them to do, but the most important tool in training is patience. more »»

Gone Too Soon

August 7, 2014 Even though I hardly knew Michael Johns, I still felt the impact of losing a fellow musician with whom I had once shared a stage when I learned of his untimely passing. more »»

TV’s Political Attack Ads Don’t Register

August 6, 2014 Is Tom Corbett attacking Tom Wolf? Is Tom Wolf attacking Tom Corbett? I hadn’t noticed. more »»

Be Part Of The Downtown Crowd

August 4, 2014 If you haven’t noticed the uptick in downtown activity over the past few years, the next few weeks will be quite a surprise. more »»

Passing On Family History

August 3, 2014 My grandchildren had volunteered to help me with a few things this summer. Last Thursday I took them up on it. I picked up my daughter’s two children and brought them home with me. We dug right in. more »»

Cheers, My Friends

August 3, 2014 In January, downtown Jamestown saw a fire damage two local institutions, one of which rebounded quickly (Lisciandro’s Restaurant), but one which needed a more extensive facelift and makeover and... more »»

Still The Same Age Inside

August 2, 2014 The world likes to remind you that you’re getting older when you’re ... well, getting older. more »»

Editor's Note

August 2, 2014 For me, driving through a strange place can be a terrifying experience. I’m accustomed to a five-minute daily commute. more »»

Singing In The Rain

July 31, 2014 There aren’t many things for which I’m willing to stand helpless in the rain, but I think a concert that required four hours of driving qualifies for that distinction. more »»

Grandchildren: We Are Out Of Step

July 30, 2014 When it comes to grandchildren — all 16 of them — we don’t do “step.” It’s just too much trouble. But we do have one running joke along those lines. The children have complicated lineages. more »»

Hello, Stranger

July 27, 2014 Say hello to a stranger. Once upon a time, I was calling a business and a receptionist answered. more »»

Summer Food And Fun

July 27, 2014 Patty Hammond leads Family and Consumer Science Programs at Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County. It seems like every summer is jam packed with special events and parties. more »»

I Challenge You!

July 27, 2014 I challenge you to compare the many offerings when you visit the supermarket. Not all products are what they first seem to be. more »»

Can You Guess Who Said That?

July 27, 2014 As a parent and teacher, often times I heard something said in the house with my kids, or in the classroom with my students and it immediately struck a nerve, prompting my quick response of, “Who... more »»

Roughing It On The Road

July 26, 2014 We’re going camping, which provides the perfect opportunity for someone like me to stand in the great outdoors aisle of a discount store and marvel at the foreign world of camping gear. more »»

Editor's Note

July 26, 2014 We live in a house filled with second-hand furniture, and day by day, our collection grows. more »»

More About Thunder

July 26, 2014 After my column on thunderstorms and fireworks appeared in the paper, I received a lovely phone call from a woman who wanted to tell me about Thunder Shirts. more »»



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