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Articles About APRIL FOOLS! :: Page 2

  • There’s something in the water — no, really

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    One sip of Yellow Springs water and your hair dreads instantly. Is “there’s something in the water” a clever metaphor to describe the community’s spirit, or is something more sinister afoot?

  • Boxing day, every day

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    For an arts village that prides itself on thinking outside the box, a recent newcomer is living the dream thinking entirely within the box. The packaging box, that is.

  • BLOG – UFO sightings

    I loved this picture I took at the Jeremy Long art opening last fall at the Glen House Bed & Breakfast. I didn't notice what was outside until I got home, holy crap! (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases a hand full of pictures that have caught me off guard.

  • Decline to opine: important village work outsourced

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    Mirroring a recent village trend, many members of the community have begun to outsource the mining of Yellow Springs’ most precious resource.

  • Potluck brings out eco-maniacs

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    At a competitive community potluck, locally-grown ingredients were just the beginning.

  • Ball and Skein—Yarnbombing plot foiled

    Surveillance video of a bombing site from 2008 shows the suspects currently under arrest posing triumphantly. Identities have been obscured pending a trial.

    The results of a three-year sting operation paid off yesterday with the break up and neutralization of a local yarn bombing cell.

  • Frustrated village senior community moves to Florida

    Really, now! April Fools! — the News team

  • Villager, Tupperware reunited

    Villager Sahara Nosefeather and her favorite piece of Tupperware were recently reunited after the plastic box went missing 25 years ago at a local potluck.

    Villager Sahara Nosefeather and her long lost favorite piece of Tupperware were re-united recently at a potluck, 25 years after the rectangular plastic box had gone missing.

  • ‘More pagan rituals in pine forest,’ local faeries demand

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    In what area sprites decried as a “super insulting to the elemental realm,” a recent dry spell of pagan ceremonies in the Glen Helen Nature Preserve pine forest has prompted local faeries to lambast Yellow Springs’ earth-based spiritual community.

  • Three time’s a charm— Antioch celebrates with new tower

    Workers finish the base of the third tower. Architects, designers and builders worked together to match Main Building's existing styles. Reclaimed bricks from the renovation of North Hall are being used for a seamless integration into the the structure.

    Even with all the construction going on these days at the Antioch College campus, it would be difficult to miss the addition of a third tower over the south wing of Main Building.

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