Hot dog!

Hot dog!

I saw a hot dog other day. I was ready to break the car window to rescue the poor thing when the owner showed up. She opened the door and stepped back with the heat that rolled out. What did she think her dog was supposed to do? Even on a 70-degree day the temperature […]

What’s the Answer?

What’s the Answer?

I called a client the other day, and got her voicemail. My client’s voice explained in detail how to wait for the beep, leave my name, phone number, and a brief message. Then a second pre-recorded message explained the same thing, almost verbatim. It was a good minute-and-a-half before I could even leave the message. […]

CAP Interns

CAP Interns

Article Contributed by Jamestown Gazette Staff CAP interns attain positions through the Chautauqua Advancement Project (CAP), which is an internship program for young professionals. CAP is a division of Chautauqua Works and the Chautauqua Workforce Investment Board (WIB). With help through the WIB and Gebbie Foundation, recent college graduates are placed in paid internships at […]

Trying to be ugly…

Trying to be ugly…

I just can’t believe how ugly some people try to get. Clothing has two main uses: 1) protection from the weather and 2) fashion. Oh, and pockets. Guys need lots of those. But I was out to dinner with a friend at a fairly nice restaurant recently where most people were either casual or a […]

Ties Make a Winner

Ties Make a Winner

Article Contributed by Jamestown Gazette Staff Congratulations to Terry Lincoln of Jamestown for winning this year’s Jamestown Gazette “Count the Ties” Father’s Day contest. Terry picked out all 14 of the hidden ties scattered throughout the June 12 edition of the Jamestown Gazette. His name was selected at random. Terry’s prize was valued at about […]

Enough Catalogs

Enough Catalogs

About a year ago I bought something I needed from a catalog. It was fine, but I wish I hadn’t bought it. I soon began getting more catalogs from that company. Then one or two a month from some other companies. Now few days go by when I get less than three, and sometimes as […]

Festivals and Neighbors

Festivals and Neighbors

Summertime is festival time and hundreds of people will be soon be strolling along our streets. Kudos to the homeowners who spruce up their lawns and flower beds. Landlords and renters, please take note. You are often blamed for lack of community pride. Here’s your chance to prove the gossips wrong. Don’t be the ugliest […]

Lucille Ball Little Theatre Celebrates 80 Wonderful Years

Lucille Ball Little Theatre Celebrates 80 Wonderful Years

Article Contributed by Jamestown Gazette Staff If history is an arrow aimed at the future, the Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown is right on target for another 80 great years. Decades of actors, directors and talented crews have delighted audiences with more than 400 of America’s favorite, most successful and inspirational musicals, dramas and […]

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