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Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 11

  • BLOG-A Great Room for the Winter Market

    Layer up and meet us at the Great Room of the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Ave, for the 2015 Season of the Winter Farmers Market.

  • BLOG-The Voices of Friends

    On Boxing Day, the Friday following Christmas, my daughter and I sat in a hallway like a pair of chastised students awaiting an uncertain fate. Fate in this instance was a force both kind and generous.

  • BLOG-Halfway to One Hundred

    My brother Pete reaches his fiftieth year on the heels of Lloyd Kennedy reaching his hundredth. They both seem to have latched on to a set of sustaining principles.

  • BLOG-The Pet Pumpkin and the Pretender

    A pumpkin is granted a short reprieve. Instead, I take up a butternut squash to make pie for the holiday table.

  • BLOG-Our Hymn of Praise

    This Sunday evening 14 December at 7:30pm, the Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church will host Felix Mendelssohn’s LobGesang, “Hymn of Praise”, a performance by the Yellow Springs Chamber Orchestra, the Yellow Springs Community Chorus, and soloists Jennifer Gilchrist, Lori Askeland, and Chris Bozeka.

  • BLOG-Pin Oak Down

    My husband and I sleep easier at night thanks to the high climbing skills of Basilio Lainez.

  • BLOG-Black November

    In this month of November, local businesses need as much support as we can muster. Downtown is in the midst of an extensive streetscape renovation and the disruption will have depressing effect on “Black November” without our presence.

  • BLOG-Down to the Bone

    Today I lay it out on the table…my health, my choices, my life lessons…and give them a good long look for my children’s sake.

  • BLOG-Cooking with Gas

    Succumb to the temptations of mystery and join Cyndi Pauwels on the hunt for a serial murder in her new crime novel Forty & Out.

  • BLOG-Present Figs and Future

    Figs seem wildly exotic. How lovely to discover that the plants grow well in our climate even within arms length on our front porch.

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