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Smith to present Books@Work program to Chautauqua

Many people claim to have never read another book after finishing high school or college. For Ann Kowal Smith, executive director of Books@Work, that had to change. 482 more words

Chautauqua Institution

CLSC Young Readers Find “The Right Word”

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“The Right Word” written by Jen Bryant and illustrated by Melissa Sweet is Week One’s selection for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Young Readers program. 776 more words

The Arts

Young Artists prepare for opera season at opening Sing-In

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Mezzo-soprano Leah Hawkins performs “Ah, mon fils!” from Le Prophete during an “Evening of Arias” in Norton Hall on June 22. 631 more words

The Arts

New art shows explore media similarities, differences

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Gallery assistant Alex Connor discusses pieces from “Gatherings,” a collection of contemporary drawings, with Chautauqua visitors in the Fowler-Kellogg Art Center on Tuesday. 708 more words

The Arts

Consumer Psychology 101: Clothes Bought on Impulse

I’m learning more about myself as a consumer. When I enter a store, I’m instantly attracted to an image, not the item alone. For example, if I saw a light blue graphic tee with the drawing of a creamsicle on it, I would immediately imagine all the ways it could be worn, kind of like the… 250 more words

The Self

Donna Karan stepping down from namesake company

NEW YORK (AP) – Donna Karan will step down from daily duties as chief designer of her namesake company to devote more time to her foundation. 97 more words

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