Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 5

  • BLOG-A Gathering In Miniature

    trillium by Rusty Harden

    The Yellow Spring Art Stroll on Friday 14 June will feature a virtuosic presentation of area favorites in Miniature Works of Art, an exhibit opening at Would You Could You In A Frame, 113 Corry Street.

  • BLOG-La Pampa Picnic

    special Sauce

    La Pampa Grill kicks off summer in splendid style by reintroducing us to the great and simple joys of eating outside.

  • BLOG-Big Feeling

    Underdog Order Here

    At downtown’s Friday night kick off to Memorial Day Weekend, we found friends, good music, and a generous source of renewal.

  • Blog-Downtown Change Up

    new Gate

    The Winds Cafe lovingly creates a new garden patio that must be shared.

  • BLOG-Saturday Night Fever

    prettyInPink

    It was a magical evening, and it almost didn’t happen. But thanks to good friends and local dress store Iona, we found Enchantment Under the Sea.

  • BLOG-A Cut Above

    chessboards By Paul De La Vergne

    When a new store opened on Dayton Street in March, its red flower boxes first caught my eye. Then, I realized that longtime Yellow Springs artist Paul De La Vergne had made the leap and started his own storefront: De La Vergne Woodworks.

  • BLOG-Rhubarb Riches

    rhubarbMintOrange

    Parfaits seemed perfect fare for an afternoon tea and, in about an hour, we made a double batch for 20 servings to take to the Mills Lawn Annual Senior Tea.

  • BLOG-Spring ‘Shrooms

    shiitake mushrooms

    These lovely specimens should be available as long as the cool spring rains are with us. Be sure to get out and enjoy them regardless of the weather.

  • BLOG-New Brew

    kicked kegs

    Mix in the Village Gravy all day Saturday as I post live from the grand opening of the Yellow Springs Brewery. Doors open at 1pm and close at 9pm. On Sunday, the brewery is open 1pm to 5pm.

  • BLOG-Sharing Smiles and Smoothies

    strawberriesInAlmondMilk

    On a spring break visit, my stepfather shows us how he prepares breakfast…with a twist and a terrific whirl.

  • BLOG-Egg Fest

    mixed Results

    Cracking into our sizable store of eggs, the children and I bake our first loaf of bread together: a challah for Easter. We were all surprised by its beauty, its golden crust, and its lovely aroma.

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