National Acts Take the Local Stage

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The Goo Goo Dolls, LeAnn Rimes & Barenaked Ladies October and November This Saturday, October 30 at 7pm, the Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel plays host to Grammy nominated artists and Buffalo Born Rock Band, the Goo Goo Dolls (tickets start at $65). The band has been together for over 14 years and has charted […]

Architectural Digest

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Good Things Come In Small Packages For the past several weeks in this space I have written about some rather large houses, so I was a little taken aback when I drove up to 10 Dublin Meadows and discovered not a behemoth of a home, but a cute and cozy log cabin. After the past […]

Up Close & Personal

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The History Of Halloween When most people think of Halloween visions of ghosts, ghouls and goblins pass their mind, or at least images of kids dressed up like said monsters. And, of course, you can’t forget about the candy and pranks. These are all aspects of the holiday that has endured itself to our collective […]

Nassar To Speak At SBU

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Palestinian Christian To Speak Of Cultural Conflict, Nov. 3, 2010 ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y., — Daoud Nassar, a Palestinian Christian focused on peace efforts in the Middle East, will give a talk Wednesday, Nov. 3, at St. Bonaventure University. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the James F. Walsh Science Center. His […]

Inside Business Track

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Randolph Area Community Development Corporation (RACDC) Operating since 2003, the Randolph Area Community Development Corporation (RACDC) has been promoting its downtown area, catching the eyes of not only locals, but tourists too. The RACDC received its 501-C3 status from the IRS 7 years ago, allowing it to run as an official not-for-profit organization. The RACDC’s […]

“Tommy” Hits Stage at JCC

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Jamestown Campus Features History’s First Rock Opera with It’s Own Creative Spin Sometime in the late 1960’s radio went underground. Not really, but playing rock albums as opposed to popular singles helped foster the growth of FM radio. In those days, laid-back announcers were often free to play songs you did not hear on AM […]

Halloween Festivities In Ellicottville

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Many Costumed Events Planned this weekend for Both Kids and Adults Ellicottville and neighboring communities are gearing up for this weekend’s Halloween celebrations. There are plenty of fun events planned locally for both kids and adults. On Friday October 29th, at noon, students from ECS in grades K-5 will venture downtown to parade Ellicottville’s Main […]

Carson Recognized

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Five Star Bank Recognizes Susan J. Carson For Longtime Service WARSAW, N.Y.  – Five Star Bank recognized Susan J. Carson for completing 25 years of service with the company. The bank recognizes years of service with additional time off and gift certificates from a national merchant. The amount of time off awarded and gift certificate […]

Publisher’s Word

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“So Long October” And wasn’t it a beauty? Nature has its own version of “trick or treat” you know. And for the majority of the month, it was a real pleasure for those of us who relish the crisp weather, the blue skies and the gorgeous palate of colors one can only find in the […]

Napoli Pizza Awarded

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Olean Chamber Honors Local Business With 2010 Enterprising Business OLEAN  – Napoli Pizza has been named recipient of the 2010 Enterprising Business award given by Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce. The award honors those who exemplify the enterprising spirit of community and commercial growth in the greater Olean community and will be presented at […]