Articles by Lauren Shows :: Page 7

  • BLOG — One year

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    This time last year, I didn’t know that, in a week, everything I knew about everything would turn out to be nonsense.

  • BLOG — Anonymous

    Looking down on Chi-town.

    I’m still relatively unknown when I walk down the street. But there are some people who know my name now. And there’s something a little scary about that.

  • Poetry in Yellow Springs

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    The third event in the new Yellow Springs Reading Series was held Saturday, July 9 at the YSAC Gallery.

  • BLOG – What does my voice look like?

    Tony Powers and Debra Wilburn in the YSAC Gallery.

    A multitude of voices, a variety of mediums.

  • BLOG – America Nowhere

    Me and Cherie at FSU, circa 2004, doing who in the heck knows what.

    My best friend, Cherie Saulter, is bringing her debut film, “No Matter What,” to the Little Art Theatre on Sunday, June 26 at 1 p.m. I am thus forced to pontificate.

  • BLOG – I get paid for this

    Taking a break from what was clearly very important work.

    Like many of my young adult peers, I have worked several jobs during and since completing my education. These jobs were all of varying degrees of payscale, degrees of relation to my education and degrees of general weirdness. But the weirdest job I have ever worked is the one I’m working at right now. Allow […]

  • Poetry readings continue at YSAC Gallery

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    Enthusiasts of the written word gathered again last night for an evening of poetry as Clark State professors and poets Chris Bay and Rachel Peterson read their work at the YSAC Gallery.

  • Annual spring cleaning arrives

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    The annual spring clean-up week will be held May 9-13.

  • Alumni football team forming

    An alumni football team for Yellow Springs is now forming.

    A YSHS alumni football team is currently forming, and will play against rival Cincinnati Christian in August.

  • Little Art to screen local film

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    The Little Art Theatre will screen “North Dixie Drive” on Sunday, May 1, 3:30 p.m.

  • Raptor Center releases rehabilitated hawk

    Birch, another red-tailed hawk, was one of the birds not eligible for release.

    The Glen Helen Raptor Center released a rehabilitated red-tailed hawk back into the wild on Sunday, April 17.

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