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After his two-plus decades on late-night television, you can see Jay Leno even when he’s only on the phone: big hair (apparently it’s messy today, too), pronounced jaw, clipped voice. He’s calling in from Los Angeles, where he just finished a v…

After his two-plus decades on late-night television, you can see Jay Leno even when he’s only on the phone: big hair (apparently it’s messy today, too), pronounced jaw, clipped voice. He’s calling in from Los Angeles, where he just finished a v…

PBS CEO focused on hard decisions to come Fri, Jun 23, 2017

The most valuable lesson I learned in college was from a fellow student at SUNY-Stony Brook, where I spent my freshman year in 1966-67 before transferring to Syracuse University. Mark was 15 or 16 years old and from New York City. It wasn't unusua…

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From famous chefs to food trucks at Chautauqua Food Festival Fri, Jun 23, 2017

Iconic French chef Jacques Pepin will headline the Chautauqua Food Festival in August, as the Chautauqua Institution's focus turns to food. Chefs, authors and others will be cooking and talking about food, with one-of-a-kind dinners and tasting ev…

A taste of independence in two classical works Fri, Jun 23, 2017

CLASSICAL Randall Thompson, Symphony no. 2, Samuel Adams "Drift and Providence" and Samuel Barber Symphony No. 1 performed by National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic conducted by James Ross (Naxos) Charles Ives' "Three Places in New England,…

We do 'Crazy' differently these days Thu, Jun 22, 2017

"Like Crazy" is a bipolar Italian film about two bipolar women who meet in a small exclusive, low-security mental hospital, escape and visit their traumatizing families. It's a dramatic comedy – a very entertaining and well-acted one – until t…

All-female cast powers Shakespeare's 'Merry Wives' Tue, Jun 20, 2017

Shakespeare in Delaware Park audiences have seen innumerable interpretations of Falstaff, the bumbling, boorish man-clown whose influence as a comic archetype echoes everywhere in popular culture. But chances are they’ve never seen a Falstaff qu…