Mar
06
2015
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Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 5

  • BLOG-Pie is for Pi Day

    hortopita cooling

    On March 14th, my mind turns to pie and this year to a homemade phyllo dough.

  • BLOG-The Sorcerer’s Stone

    vineyard's Sorcerer's Stone

    This week my daughter and I finish J.K. Rowling’s first adventure book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and we drink in the excitement like an exotic Elixir of Life.

  • BLOG-Everybody’s Heros

    deluxe banjo

    First you need something that vibrates; then you need something that resonates. These are the essential elements of a musical instrument… and of the national treasures that are WYSO Public Radio and Mad River Theater Works.

  • BLOG-So Far So Good

    The 21st annual McKinney Middle School Chili Cook-Off will be held this Saturday, March 7, 5–8 p.m., in the YSHS/MMS cafeteria.

    Today Jeremy is making chili and together we are braving the competition at the 20th Annual McKinney Chili Cook Off, Saturday 22 February, from 4pm to 7:30pm at the Yellow Springs High School.

  • BLOG-Happiness is a Full Shoebox

    valentines to make

    Here, on Valentines Day, we open ourselves up like a shoebox full of affection vulnerable in that moment but alive with the anticipation of seeing sparks as they start to fly.

  • BLOG-It is a Puzzle

    easy again

    A 1000 piece puzzle turns into an unexpected long and interesting journey through a mystic wonderland.

  • BLOG-Love Is In The Air

    Route 66 Breakfast

    It’s not Spring yet and Valentine’s Day is two weeks away. Still, Love is in the air, and I can taste it!

  • BLOG-Stand up

    playful

    We braved the wild week’s weather, and we didn’t miss a thing.

  • BLOG-Early At the Market

    early market

    This week I open and close the Yellow Springs Winter Market. The 2014 market runs 9am to 11:30am each Saturday from January through March at 202 S Winter Street.

  • BLOG-Happy Feet

    happy feet

    Layer on loving layer, we survive these cold temperatures. Starting with our toes, we take the bitterness out of winter and replace it with a steady flowing inner glow.