Sisters Restaurant

Sisters Restaurant

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Sisters Restaurant was first recognized as the Enterprise Drive-in in 1955, before sisters Esther Little and Jane Spiesman turned it into the successful family-oriented diner that they owned for 13 years. John (Ken) Larsen took ownership of the restaurant in May 2017, located on 3218 Falconer-Kimball Stand Road in Falconer. […]

Listening Rooms: Jamestown’s Newest Music Scene

Listening Rooms: Jamestown’s Newest Music Scene

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell No clinking of glasses, no chatter about the cute guy at the bar. Just music. Over recent years, ‘listening rooms’ have transformed the music scene. In Jamestown, music venues and programs such as Trinity Guitars’ Back Room Radio Hour, Rolling Hills Radio, The Labyrinth Press Company and Infinity Visual and […]

Straight Fermentations

Straight Fermentations

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Straight Fermentations staged its grand opening on August 18 at 104 Chautauqua Avenue in Lakewood. John Straight and Steve Spears are the proud co-owners of the only homebrew and winemaking store in southern Chautauqua County. Spears operates the original Dunkirk Homebrew, identical to Straight Fermentations. A Passion for Beer “I […]

Jamestown Lions: 95 Years Following Their Vision

Jamestown Lions: 95 Years Following Their Vision

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell This year marks the 95th anniversary of the Jamestown Lions Club and the 100th year anniversary of the Lions Club International. Chicago Insurance Agent Melvin Jones founded the International Association of Lions Clubs in 1917. The Jamestown Lions Club, established in 1922, is now one of the oldest in the […]

Re-Imagining a Business

Re-Imagining a Business

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Angie Lipari and Brenda Gernatt have “re-imagined” the retail business. These best friends transformed the previous yarn and bead shop, called Imagine, into Re-Imagine. They opened the eclectic shop May 6 on 4950 Main Street in Bemus Point. Re-Imagine offers one-of-a-kind items, including repurposed furniture, custom signs, jewelry, clothing and […]

The Findley Lake Harvest Festival

The Findley Lake Harvest Festival

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Fall in Chautauqua County brings pumpkin carving, the changing of leaves and the Findley Lake Harvest Festival. For its 20th year, the festival returns on September 1 – 3, and this year will make its home at the corners of Route 426 and Route 430 in Findley Lake. Six thousand […]

Jamestown Rocks! The Kindness Rocks Project

Jamestown Rocks! The Kindness Rocks Project

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell The Kindness Rocks Project is a National project created to spread kindness and inspiration throughout the world. Megan Murphy started the project in July of 2015 in Massachusetts during her routine morning stroll along the beach. She felt inspired to paint five rocks, and left them on the sand without […]

Sauce

Sauce

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Sauce opened its doors to the public July 26 on 306 North Main Street. The newly opened pizzeria offers homemade dishes made fresh daily. Adam Gullo is the owner of Sauce and Heather Lepley makes all of the desserts from scratch. Lepley and Gullo have been together for ten years. […]

AniPaws Dog Training

AniPaws Dog Training

Article Contributed by Mallery Rockwell Kaycee Colburn’s love for dogs is clear to see by the dog books lining her shelves that she’s had since the age of nine. The grand opening of AniPaws Dog Training is scheduled for 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, August 19 at 567 Fairmount Avenue. This is a wonderful opportunity […]