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Village filmmaker Joe Lurie was in Kieth's Alley on his way to work at The Winds on Wednesday when he ran into former YSHS classmate Aaron Zaremsky, who was scouting suitable photo subjects. Joe said he'd pose for $20, but he ended up doing it for free. Aaron, just graduated from Kenyon College, is doing freelance photography for the News.

Village filmmaker Joe Lurie was in Kieth's Alley on his way to work at The Winds on Wednesday.

This portrait’s free for an old classmate

Village filmmaker Joe Lurie, on his way to work at The Winds, posed against a Kieth’s Alley mural for his former Yellow Springs High School classmate Aaron Zaremsky, who was scouting the village for suitable photo subjects. Lurie said he’d pose for $20, but he ended up doing it for free.

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