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Time is But The Stream I Go A-Fishin’ In — A Visit To Walden Pond

September 25, 2016 Every week my sister and I drive to the lake and around the county because we need what Thoreau would call “the tonic of wildness” — the respite from the real world, the social world, found only in... more »»

Denali National Park Welcomes New Pup Litter

September 24, 2016 One of my favorite television programs is “Sunday Morning” on CBS. This past Sunday they had a segment on the sled dogs of Denali National Park. more »»

A Week In A New Democracy

September 24, 2016 Here’s what I want you to know about Bulgaria: it’s a post-communistic country that is just learning how to think for itself. more »»

Of Mice And Milk

September 24, 2016 Hear me out for a second. I’ll never be convinced milk, or any perishable product for that matter, can be used past its expiration date. more »»

An Attempt At Rekindling A Childhood Pastime

September 24, 2016 Editor’s Note: The Post-Journal was lucky enough to have once published a monthly column by Nick Dean called Nerding Out, a roundup of comics book breakthroughs and cinema-related content. more »»

Don’t Pass Me By

September 22, 2016 Within the dying days of summer was held a culminative event that provided a snapshot of all that is good about outdoor entertainment in Western New York. more »»

We Should Vote, And Talk About Cats

September 21, 2016 Americans love to argue about presidential politics. more »»

Falling Into A Season

September 21, 2016 I know it’s not technically fall until Thursday, but I’m still excited. I love the leaves changing, the weather cooling down a little bit and all the pumpkin things. more »»

West Side Women’s Club Tours Safety Village

September 21, 2016 Members of the West Side Women’s Club in Jamestown recently met at the Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village on Route 394, Ashville. more »»

Library To Host RC Flight Program

September 21, 2016 ELLINGTON — The Ellington Farman Library will host a Radio Control Flight informational program on Tuesday from 4:30-6 p.m. with Vern Crandall as the speaker. more »»

Cable Hollow Church To Host Trumpeter

September 21, 2016 Chiz Rider, one of America’s foremost professional trumpeters, touring and recording artists, will appear at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Cable Hollow Church, 3157 Cable Hollow Road, Russell. more »»

Fall Foliage Trolley Rides Begin Sunday

September 21, 2016 A great way to enjoy the colors of an upstate autumn is from the windows of an electric trolley car at the New York Museum of Transportation in Rush. Rides operate Sundays only, now through Oct. 30. more »»

Fredonia String Faculty To Visit Long Island Schools

September 21, 2016 FREDONIA — The State University at Fredonia School of Music’s full-time string faculty will travel to Long Island during the week of Sept. more »»

Where Genius Bloomed: Herman Melville’s Arrowhead Farm

September 18, 2016 Herman Melville’s vast and enigmatic creative mind led to some of the best novels in American Literature, “Moby Dick” at the top of the list. more »»

To Stand Or Not To Stand

September 18, 2016 Well, I’ve remained silent (which, in itself, some would call a miracle) about the situation and comments surrounding San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and his decision to not stand... more »»

The Magnificent Magnolia Warbler

September 18, 2016 There’s a reason I have a difficult time with warblers. They won’t come to my feeders. Cherry trees surround most of the house while various apples fill in much of the rest. more »»

Grape Country

September 18, 2016 I grew up in grape country close to Lake Erie. Every time I see the commercial for Welch’s on television it reminds me of hom. more »»

Get Off The Couch, Get Off The Tech Toys

September 18, 2016 Pope Francis, the oustpoken spiritual leader of the Catholic church, recently spoke of a subject near and dear to many parents. more »»

Mice As Keystone Sepcies

September 17, 2016 Basic ecology uses simple diagrams to illustrate how biomass is distributed in ecosystems. These “ecological pyramids” lump all primary producers (plants) at the base of the pyramid. more »»

Standing At Ground Zero

September 17, 2016 I volunteered at Ground Zero in the days after 9/11. more »»



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