May
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2016
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Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 3

  • BLOG-Warm Up to Winter

    sharing the family tradition

    The weather may be waiting to kick in in-season but the Village of Yellow Springs is in full winter holiday mode.

  • BLOG-Ease On Down The Road

    escavator

    Now that a new sidewalk has been installed, we will be singing our newfound anthem from The Wiz along Xenia Avenue.

  • BLOG-Stone Soup

    soups

    In making Stone Soup for the annual Antioch School supper, my daughter was keen to bring the carrots…the first ingredient after the stone and salt.

  • BLOG-Food for Thought

    seasoningsMatter

    The students of Yellow Springs High School take on a meaty subject: the American food system.

  • BLOG-Out of the Box

    out of the box, saag tofu

    This week I received a package in the mail…recipe cards from food advocate Mark Bittman and a box full of vittles.

  • BLOG-Magic Carpet Ride

    standing by the flower box

    Artist Sharri Phillips lovingly invites us into her dreamspaces…beautifully cultivated realms brimming with grace, play, and goodness.

  • BLOG-All Hallowed Eve

    autumnLeafOnAsphalt

    Our children are vested in All Hallowed Eve…all amazement, all reverence…all in the name of very good fun.

  • Brick break

    Lego Team members, from left, Dorothy Paddison, Zach Underwood, Jane Croshier, Roy Gano, Lian Holtgrave and Tristan Chaffee take advantage of the late Wednesday start at Mills Lawn to free build. (Photo by Amy Magnus)

    The master builders are working on garbage trucks, trash compactors, sorting systems and even a sewer system for their waste-wise project.

  • BLOG-Once More Around the Block

    Lisa Goldberg at her Ceramic Studio

    The Yellow Springs Art Studio Tour and Sale had its fifteenth and final run this past weekend. I made sure to run the circuit and enjoy its many surprises.

  • BLOG-Mile Mark on the Little Miami Scenic Trail

    Brian Housh On MV Scenic Trial

    Here in Yellow Springs in the 1980s, local residences saw a railway that could be converted to a community asset and connector. Today, the Rail to Trails Conservatory sees a pathway to resurface our maps with the stuff of enduring legacies.