Articles About New Year's Eve

  • ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at New Year’s eve, 2013

    A red lantern bounces among the crowd of revelers New Years Eve on Xenia Avenue. (Photo by Matt MInde)

    We all know that iconic New Year’s eve melody. Or do we?

  • Drop on in

    A huge crowd of people packed Short Street and Xenia Ave. to bring in the New Year. Though the countdown was not exactly audible, the enthusiasm ramped up at midnight. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    A huge crowd of people packed Short Street and Xenia Ave. to bring in the New Year.

  • A snowy entrance for 2013

    Lance Rudegeair riles up the crowd before counting down the last seconds of 2012. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The traditional Yellow Springs New Year’s Eve celebration on Monday night was augmented by a soft wet snowfall.

  • BLOG-The Beet Generation

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    Slicing into a ripe beet is like chancing on a brilliant sunset. Here is nature on wonderful display, and my camera tries to capture its glory.

  • 3…2…1…’10!

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  • New Year’s eve 2010 in the Village

    Click here to listen to the audio (Quicktime): Yellow Springers offer their New Year’s predictions for the Village in 2010. Read also Brooke Bryan’s story in the News or click here. By Brooke Bryan Click here to listen to the audio (Quicktime): Learn about the Ball and other interesting observations about New Year in Yellow […]

  • Strangers — and friends — in the night

    Frigid weather didn’t keep several hundred people from showing up downtown at just before midnight last Wednesday night for the beloved New Year’s Eve Yellow Springs Ball Drop. Shown above are, clockwise from top left, President-elect Obama made a surprise but somewhat flat appearance; Amy Magnus offered hors d’oeuvres to strangers; Olivia Byrnes, Maddi McGraw, Nick Erber, Jason Ellis, Vanessa Query, Emily Guhde and Mada; and Leslie and Bob Welsh waited for the coming new year.

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