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Final book in the Chautauqua Girls series. The four original girls return to Chautauqua on the 25 year anniversary of the trip that changed their lives forever. They have with them some children that could use the lessons they themselves learned there. (Introduction by TriciaG)Music for the hymn in Chapters 9 & 26 is titled "Chautauqua" by William, F. Sherman, 1877. http://www.cyberhymnal.org/htm/d/a/dayisdin.htm. Music for the children's song in Chapter 19 is adapted from "Love Lifted Me" b ...
 
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Tent Show Radio
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Tent Show Radio featuring New York Times Best Selling author and humorist Michael Perry, the Blue Canvas Orchestra and special musical guests.
 
"Ben Franklin for President" is a Podcast by G.Robin Smith (produced by Ehren Ziegler of www.InYourEarShakespeare.com) featuring the life, times, thoughts and ideals (and failings) of our greatest Founding Grandfather - Benjamin Franklin. G.Robin Smith portrays Benjamin Franklin in a first-person presentation "Benjamin Franklin LIVE! & On Tour" www.Ben-Franklin.org for information. All thoughts, views and mistakes are the responsibility of the Franklin Scholar and Speaker, G.Robin Smith. (c) ...
 
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APM: Word for Word
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American Public Media's Word for Word is a one-hour weekly program featuring the very best of the nation's recent speeches. Speakers address current events and issues and are drawn from the National Press Club, the Chautauqua Institution, the Aspen Institute and other notable institutions. It's updated every Friday.
 
Fearing that her son, Robert, will grow too intellectual to relate to his parents, Mrs. Fenton starts a "Chautauqua Literary & Scientific Circle" in the town of Centreville. The C.L.S.C. draws in members from all strata of society - from the maid of a well-to-do family and 3 lazy, wild youths to society girls and the eminent Professor Monteith. We follow various members of the Circle as the studies at home and the social interactions and programs at the actual Chautauqua in New York shape an ...
 
Seventh book in the Chautauqua Girls series. Written by Isabella Alden under the pseudonym “Pansy.” Erskine, Ruth's son (a 5-year-old at the end of Judge Burnham’s Daughters) is now a grown man, and Ruth is 50-something. He brings home an American wife from Paris, a woman who seems to want to tear apart mother and son. But Irene has some big secrets to hide. (Summary by TriciaG)Previous book in series: Workers Together, or, An Endless ChainNext book in series: Four Mothers at Chautauqua
 
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The second and last part of our series of Vashon stories retold by students from the Chautauqua Multi-Age program.By ajames@vashonsd.org (Andy James).
 
Champion sprinter Chautauqua has stayed in the gates and refused to run in a trial for the third time in a row. He now faces an uncertain future. Michael Felgate spoke with Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel about what happens next
 
Welcome to Disney in Review! Today, we trace Walt Disney's lineage, travel to his hometown of Marceline, Missouri, and join him in France during World War I. Follow the podcast on social media: Facebook- @disneyinreviewpodcast (https://www.facebook.com/disneyinreviewpodcast/) Twitter- @DisneyinRev (https://mobile.twitter.com/DisneyinRev) Instag ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: SignatureSubtitle: A David Wolf Mystery, Book 9Author: Jeff CarsonNarrator: Sean Patrick HopkinsFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 32 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 09-26-17Publisher: Cross Atlantic PublishingRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 6 votesGenres: ...…
 
What does it mean to have a calling? How do you know you’re living a life of contribution? As a leader in higher education, are you living up to the mission of your institution? Howard and Pete get to share some rare face-to-face time in this conversation coming to you from a shady porch at The Chautauqua Institution in New York. As a recap of ...…
 
“If you lean in, will men just look down your blouse?” is the new book and this week on Laughbox we discuss that and a lifetime of laughter with Dr. Gina Barreca! What an honor it was for me to spend some time talking to someone who isn’t afraid to tackle the tough issues and is able to get people to listen because of her smart humor. You’re no ...…
 
“If you lean in, will men just look down your blouse?” is the new book and this week on Laughbox we discuss that and a lifetime of laughter with Dr. Gina Barreca! What an honor it was for me to spend some time talking to someone who isn’t afraid to tackle the tough issues and is able to get people to listen because of her smart humor. You’re no ...…
 
Listen to audiobook in full for free on hotaudiobook.com/free Title: DireSubtitle: David Wolf, Volume 8Author: Jeff CarsonNarrator: Sean Patrick HopkinsFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 hrs and 48 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 08-21-17Publisher: Cross Atlantic PublishingRatings: 5 of 5 out of 9 votesGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, SuspensePublish ...…
 
This July, Maryland Humanities is commemorating the centennial of the United States' entry into World War I with its free living history performance series, Chautauqua. Ellouise Schoettler, a storyteller whose living history performance is drawn from letters from Maryland nurses who served in France during the War, tells us more.…
 
In part two of this two-part podcast, Rabbi Rami talks with Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell and Karen Armstrong on location at the 27th Annual Festival of Faiths in Louisville, KY this past April. Karen Armstrong is the author of numerous other books on religious affairs-including A History of God, The Battle for God, Holy War, Islam, Buddha, and ...…
 
July 6, 2017 – Segment 1 We hosted a preview of what promised to be powerful performances taking place in locations across Maryland, part of the Maryland Humanities Council’s Chautauqua Living History Series, Chautauqua 2017: Voices from the Great War. With: living history interpreter, storyteller, actor, and motivational speaker Bill Grimmette ...…
 
July 6, 2017 – Segment 1 We hosted a preview of what promised to be powerful performances taking place in locations across Maryland, part of the Maryland Humanities Council’s Chautauqua Living History Series, Chautauqua 2017: Voices from the Great War. With: living history interpreter, storyteller, actor, and motivational speaker Bill Grimmette ...…
 
Curtis Burris has taught bass for many years at the Chautauqua Institution. I was with Kate Jones and ran into Curtis as he was chatting with Virginia Dixon on the streets of Ithaca. Kate is a former student of Curtis, and she set up this interview for the following day. As it turns out, Curtis and I have a strangely large amount in common. We ...…
 
Intro ⦁ This week we are going to explore the French Lop Rabbit breed. ⦁ Item of the Week: Holmes window fan ⦁ The plant of the Week: Sweeds and Turnips ⦁ Word of the Week: Alleys ⦁ Folktale: Rabbit and Dear race ⦁ And finally end with the rabbit news of the week If you would like to support the podcast, you can support through Patreon for one ...…
 
This July, Maryland Humanities is commemorating the centennial of the United States’ entry into World War I with its free living history performance series, Chautauqua. Ellouise Schoettler, a storyteller whose living history performance is drawn from letters from Maryland nurses who served in France during the War, tells us more.…
 
The Villalobos Brothers all the way from Mexcio to the shores of the great Lake Superior and Big Top Chautauqua stage.
 
Deborah Sunya Moore, Vice President and Director of Programming at Chautauqua Institution, reveals her personal picks from the 2000 events scheduled for July and August in the 2017 season. Interview topics include: What’s the latest on the acoustics in the new Amphitheater; new directions for Sunday afternoons; Chautauqua Opera and Dance; and m ...…
 
If you’re within range of (or can stream) one of these stations tonight (Saturday, May 27th) we hope you’ll join Mike as he hosts another edition of Tent Show Radio from Big Top Chautauqua and debuts yet another Clodhopper Definition of the Big Dang Word of the Week. Information on streaming the show here. This episode’s monologue – delivered f ...…
 
If you’re within range of (or can stream) one of these stations tonight (Saturday, May 13th) we hope you’ll join Mike as he hosts another edition of Tent Show Radio from Big Top Chautauqua and debuts yet another Clodhopper Definition of the Big Dang Word of the Week. Information on streaming the show here. This week’s show welcomes Ruthie Foste ...…
 
If you’re within range of (or can stream) one of these stations tonight (Saturday, May 6th) we hope you’ll join Mike as he hosts another edition of Tent Show Radio from Big Top Chautauqua and debuts yet another Clodhopper Definition of the Big Dang Word of the Week. Information on streaming the show here. This episode’s monologue – delivered fr ...…
 
Join us for an evening with authors from Kaya Press, the group of dedicated writers, artists, readers, and lovers of books working together to publish the most challenging, thoughtful, and provocative literature being produced throughout the Asian and Pacific Island diasporas, with special guest Abeer Hoque. The Secret Room In Kazim Ali's wildl ...…
 
Join us for an evening with authors from Kaya Press, the group of dedicated writers, artists, readers, and lovers of books working together to publish the most challenging, thoughtful, and provocative literature being produced throughout the Asian and Pacific Island diasporas, with special guest Abeer Hoque. The Secret Room In Kazim Ali's wildl ...…
 
Martha Kight, Rodger Hoopman and David Garrison talk about the history of theatre in Sacramento as well as the trajectory of their own careers. With mentions of how Chautauqua Playhouse began and their favorite roles, this is a great episode for those who love THEATRE ARTS. Intro music by Eugene Ugly and Outro by Jayson Angove.…
 
True/False provocateurs Avi Lewis, Charlie Lyne and Sarah Jeong share stories about fighting, technology and paint drying on a wall.By lawrencen@missouri.edu (lawrencen).
 
True/False provocateurs Avi Lewis, Charlie Lyne and Sarah Jeong share stories about fighting, technology and paint drying on a wall.By lawrencen@missouri.edu (lawrencen).
 
Ryan Reading resides in a smaller community on Lake Erie in Chautauqua county N.Y. He attended college at Jamestown Community college for Business and Suny College for Economics. He currently has 3 children and owns two German Shepherds. Hunting and fishing are what he grew up doing and he considers himself an outdoorsman. He started researchin ...…
 
Inna Faliks presents works from Schubert, Beethoven, Carter, Birtwistle and Liszt! FROM THE PIANOFORTE WEBSITE “Adventurous and passionate” (The New Yorker) Ukrainian-born pianist Inna Faliks has established herself as one of the most exciting, committed, communicative and poetic artists of her generation. Faliks has made a name for herself thr ...…
 
I can’t believe it… One of the founders of the financial independence movement, Vicki Robin, joined me for an episode of the Financial Independence Podcast! Vicki and her partner Joe Dominguez wrote the book, Your Money or Your Life – a New York Times Best Seller that many people consider to be the bible of financial independence (the FI-ble?). ...…
 
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