Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 53

  • Join the race for Simply Women

    The participants of the Simply Women's 5k Run/Walk at the start of the race (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    The Simply Women 5K run and walk for girls will take place on Saturday with a pre-race rally on Friday evening.

  • VIDEO: Local band The Show performs at YSAC

    From left, Jessica Kinzer, Matt Housh and Ryan Henry are The Show, an indie punk band based in Yellow Springs. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The Show performed at the Oten Gallery as part of last weekend’s Yellow Springs experience. See a video from the event.

  • A New Yorker cartoonist from YS

    Tom Bachtell’s cartoons were first seen on the T-shirts he designed for his Yellow Springs High School senior class.

  • Exotic plants take root on US 68

    Yellow Springs Botanicals, made up of the plant enthusiasts, from left, Mitch George, Erin Currier and Kyle Lewis, is a new exotic and rare plant business opening on the Village property formerly occupied by Stutzman’s Nursery. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    When a group of plant enthusiasts took over the Village property on U.S. 68 North that was formerly the home of Stutzman’s Nursery, the weeds were so high that the property’s dozen greenhouses were barely visible above them.

  • Psychics see YS as healing center

    A Colorado couple — an astrologer and a clairvoyant — used tarot cards to confirm that the village was the right place to practice divination and healing.

  • Yellow Springs Botanicals sprouts

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    A group of plant enthusiasts recently took over the Village property on U.S. 68 North that was formerly the home of Stutzman’s Nursery and plan to start an exotic and rare plants business.

  • VIDEO: Bachtell illustrates for the New Yorker

    Tom Bachtell in his Chicago studio, surrounded by his caricatures. (Submitted photo)

    Yellow Springs High School graduate Tom Bachtell draws weekly caricatures for the “Talk of the Town” section of the New Yorker. See a video of his process.

  • Moulton to read from her new book

    Photo by Megan Bachman Kathy Moulton, who draws animal characters from her studio on West Center College Street, most recently wrote and illustrated a series of children’s books. She will read from them this Saturday, July 16, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Village Artisans. (photo by Megan Bachman)

    Kathy Moulton, best known for her playful drawings populating Yellow Springs locales with animal characters — birds flocking to the Little Art Theatre, hyenas laughing it up at Ha Ha Pizza — has published four new children’s books starring rabbits, kittens, raccoons and kids

  • Village elders are older, bolder and full of talent

    Older is bolder in Yellow Springs, thanks to a community where self-expression and creativity don’t wane with age and to a Senior Center that wants to draw on its elder talent.

  • Most incumbents to run again

    Long-time Mayor Dave Foubert, unopposed in his last three election runs, will face a candidate this fall who wants to transform Yellow Springs from its “old hippie image” by promoting the village’s innovative, green and community-centered ways of living.

  • WYSO back on the air

    Lightning damage to the WYSO antenna and the fiberglass casing that covers it. The antenna bay is 405 feet above the ground, attached to the WYSO tower on Clifton Road south of Yellow Springs. (Submitted photo)

    Public radio station WYSO 91.30 went off the air after being struck by lightning on Monday. It returned to the air on Wednesday evening.

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